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RFP/MOZ/2023/QCBS/CDF/03 Resettlement Consultant for the Licungo Bridge and Mocuba Bypass Project, Mocuba, Zambézia Province /





 Maputo, Mozambique

June 16, 2023



Resettlement Consultant for the Licungo Bridge and Mocuba Bypass Project, Mocuba, Zambézia Province


The United States of America, acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (“MCC”), and the Government of the Republic of Mozambique (GRM) executed a Grant Agreement on April 20, 2022, as amended or otherwise modified (the “CDF Agreement”) that sets forth the general terms and conditions on which MCC will provide funding not to exceed US$14,900,000 under the authority of Section 609(g) of the United States Millennium Challenge Act of 2003, as amended (the “Act”), which activities will facilitate the development and implementation of a Millennium Challenge Compact to be entered by the United States of America, acting through MCC, and the Government to help facilitate poverty reduction through economic growth in Mozambique (the “Compact”);.


The proposed Compact has identified Zambézia, a highly impoverished province, as a target area for investment. In Zambézia, we will work to promote inclusive economic growth, climate and coastal resilience, and improved quality/access to public services and infrastructure through the following three projects:


Connectivity and Rural Transport

  • Improve road transport by providing climate-smart, sustainable, and cost-effective road transport connectivity, enabling increased economic activities and improved access to basic social services.
  • Significant reform to the Road Maintenance system – from collections to allocations, distribution, and execution.


Promoting Reform and Investment in Agriculture Project

  • Fiscal reforms to improve the business enabling environment with a specific focus on tax reform to catalyze greater private investment in inclusive commercial agriculture.
  • Agriculture grant facility to incentivize private investment by commercial aggregators, processors, and value chain improvement.


Integrated Climate Management and Coastal Development

  • Improved livelihoods of coastal communities, fisheries promotion, marine economies, and community-led management practices.
  • Conservation, reforestation, marine research, and blue carbon credits


In issuing this RFP, the Government is represented by the Gabinete do Desenvolvimento do Compacto-II (GDC), which will continue until such time as the Government establishes the Millennium Challenge Account-Moçambique (“MCA-Moçambique”) to serve as the accountable entity for implementing the Compact. Prior to the establishment of MCA-Moçambique, any references to actions taken or rights received by MCA-Moçambique in this RFP, including in the Form of Contract, shall be taken or received by GDC on behalf of the Republic of Mozambique, and any references herein to MCA-Moçambique shall be deemed to mean the Compact Development Team, or GDC during this period.


This Request for Proposal, the RFP, follows the General Procurement Notice that appeared in dgMarket and UNDB Online on April 26, 2023.


GDC now invites proposals from legally constituted consulting firms and other organizations to provide the consulting services (“Proposals”). More details on these services are provided in the Terms of Reference in Section V of this RFP.


This RFP is open to all eligible entities (“Consultants”) who wish to respond. Subject to restrictions noted in the RFP, consultants may associate with other consultants to enhance their capacity to successfully carry out the assignment.


A Consultant will be selected under the Quality and Cost-Based Selection (“QCBS”) method, an evaluation procedure that is described in Section III of the RFP in accordance with the “MCC Program Procurement Guidelines” provided on the MCC website ( The selection process, as described, will include a review and verification of qualifications and past performance, including a reference check, prior to the contract award.


The RFP includes the following Sections:



Section I         Instructions to Consultants (“ITC”)

This section provides information to help prospective Consultants prepare their Proposals and describes the procedures for the submission, opening, and evaluation of Proposals and on the award of Contracts.

Section II       Proposal Data Sheet (“PDS”)

This section sets out the particular requirements for the specific procurement and supplements the information included in Section I, Instructions to Consultants.

Section III      Qualification and Evaluation Criteria

This section describes the criteria and requirements to be used to evaluate the Proposals and select the Consultant to perform the Contract.

Section IV A  Technical Proposal Forms

This section contains the Technical Proposal Forms which are to be completed by the prospective Consultants and submitted in a separate envelope as part of their Proposals.

Section IV B  Financial Proposal Forms

This section contains the Financial Proposal Forms which are to be completed by the prospective Consultants and submitted in a separate envelope as part of their Proposals.

Section V        Terms of Reference

This Section includes the detailed Terms of Reference that describe the nature, tasks, and duties of the consulting services to be procured.




Section VI      General Conditions of Contract (“GCC”)

This section contains the form of Contract proposed to be entered into between the MCA Entity and Consultant.

Section VII     Special Conditions of Contract (“SCC”)

This section contains the form of those clauses of the Contract that supplement the GCC and that are to be completed by the MCA Entity for each procurement of consulting services.

Section VIII   Contract Forms and Annexes

This section contains forms and annexes to be sent to the successful Consultant.


Please note that a Pre-Proposal Conference will be held as described in the Proposal Data Sheet (“PDS”), Section II of the RFP. Attendance at the Pre-Proposal Conference is not mandatory but is strongly advised for all interested Consultants or their representatives.


Consultants interested in receiving the RFP and submitting a Proposal should register using the following link: . Please fill in the form to get access to the RFP document.


Proposals must be delivered electronically to the address and in the manner specified in the PDS ITC 17, no later than 5:00pm SAST (GMT+2), on July 31, 2023.


Please note that only electronic Proposals shall be accepted. Late Proposals will not be accepted under any circumstances.



Yours sincerely,

Higino Francisco de Marrule

National Coordinator

Gabinete do Desenvolvimento do Compacto-II, Mozambique