AAH-Kenya, an affiliate Country Program of AAH-I, addresses development challenges in partnership with marginalized Kenyan communities mainly living in low income urban and rural settings including Arid and Semi-arid areas (ASALs). The AAH-I consortium supports integrated refugee and host community livelihood projects in Kakuma, under the host community livelihood project. One of the projects that have been considered for implementation is Kiln construction for production of building materials, ceramics, pottery and briquettes etc. Prior to the development of the kiln, AAHI intends to engage the services of a consultant to carry out the project activities.
The consulting firm is expected to construct and train 100 refugees and host community on the use of a kiln for production of building materials, energy-saving jikos, ceramics, pottery, briquettes, etc. The firm is also required to determine the technical feasibility of the idea and clearly outline how the micro project will be set up.
Application Instructions: Interested and qualified professionals (individuals or Institutions) should submit their applications/bids indicating that they are qualified to carry out similar assignments and appropriate skills to carry out the assignment. The individual must provide the following:
Important Note: After submission of the above only shortlisted bidders will be sent the detailed requirements to facilitate submission of a financial proposal, technical proposal and a presentation within one week.