The National Treasury is seeking a consultant to advise on the proposed Kenyatta National Hospital public private partnership (PPP) project.
The Treasury reports it has received funds from the World Bank to finance the project and intends to use part of the funds on consulting.
The consulting will include transaction advisory services to support request for proposals (RfP) bidding stage through the financial close for the proposed Kenyatta Hospital PPP.
In addition, treasury says the project will commence in June 2020 and will be implemented over a period of 24 months.
Qualified consultancy firms who demonstrate previous expertise offering services in financial, legal, healthcare and environmental/social sectors are invited to apply for the job.
Other requirements include;
- Acted as Transaction Adviser to government, or part of TA consortium, and successfully completed (reached financial close whilst TA) healthcare infrastructure PPPs in Sub-Saharan Africa, other emerging markets and mature PPP markets (only experience in the last 15 years will get credit, with preference given for more recent experience)
- Experience advising on the development of large scale healthcare facilities in Sub-Saharan Africa, other emerging markets and mature healthcare infrastructure markets (only experience in the last 15 years will get credit, with preference given for more recent experience)
- Experience of conducting Environmental and Social Impact assessments in accordance with international best practice including in accordance with World Bank/ IFC guidelines in the health sector in Kenya and elsewhere in Sub-Saharan Africa (only experience in the last 10 years will get credit, with preference given for more recent experience)
Consultants should submit their applications before or on March 6, 2020.