Consultants Needed in Libya

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is looking for a suitably qualified and experienced company(s) which can assist in effectively delivering UNDP programmes and projects in Libya through the deployment of qualified and experienced individuals.

Depending on the requested type of services, Consultancy and Manpower Services shall be separated into two categories:

  • Local Consultancy and Manpower Services (LMS); and,
  • International Consultancy and Manpower Services (IMS).

Title: Request for Proposal Manpower Services to Support Implementation of UNDP Libya Projects
UN organization: United Nations Development Programme
Reference: RFP/UNDP/– 15-2014
Deadline: 20-Nov-2014 15:00 [Extended]

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(Source: United Nations Development Programme)

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4 Responses to Consultants Needed in Libya

  1. P.Hodkinson 4th November 2014 at 3:07 pm #

    We have had many requests for assistance in providing materials and teaching staff from our many contacts in Libya. I myself visited Tripoli in 2012 to assess the situation. Libyan organisations in Tripoli, Benghasi and Misrata have contacted us but circumstances have deteriorated to the extent that this has not been possible.
    A number of prospected students have applied to come to UK for courses that we supply but UK government is now refusing applications for visitor or student visas from Libyans, as a matter of course, without providing even an attempt at a reason. Even students funded by the Libyan Bureau of Culture in London.

    • Salah Sharata 5th November 2014 at 6:58 pm #

      Hi Mr Hodkinson

      Reference to “Consultants Needed in Libya", would you be interested to work with me on this?

      • P.Hodkinson 10th November 2014 at 1:44 pm #

        Hi Salah.
        I have spoken with my fellow director, Mohamed Shalluf,with regard to your response. We would indeed like to discuss the subject with you. We were at a meeting with UKTI last year, with a view to becoming involved with Libyan colleges, but deteriorating circumstances prevailed to stop any further work.
        If you could send me an email at the above address, with your details and your agenda, I would be only too happy to meet and discuss where we can work together.

        • Salah 2nd January 2015 at 3:42 pm #

          Hi Mr Hodkinson

          Apologies for the late reply. I have just noted your message today 2-1-2015.
          You can email me at [email protected] This e-notice board does not allow users to see each others addresses - unless you included withon the text.

          I look forwards to docussong this opportunity.

          Regsrds
          Salah

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