ࡱ> 8;567 bjbj hxxm[/* * ***4+++h{+O,+۴+./(A/A/A/u0R004666666$ŸgZ*0u0u000Z**A/A/4o06660*A/*A/460466^pA/+30Hj <۴.48*00600000ZZ5000۴0000000000000 ): Contract No: MCAT/COM/E9-164/xxx Lump-Sum Individual Consultant Contract For the Provision of Consultancy Services FOR AN INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT FOR FACILITATION OF STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP between MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT - TANZANIA Of THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA and .. Dated: ... 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097393"General Provisions 1 HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097454"Annexes 7 HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097456"Annex A - Terms of Reference 8 HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097456"Annex B - Consultants Rates 20 HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097456"Annex C - Additional Provisions 21 HYPERLINK \l "_Toc198097456"Annex D Consultants CVs 27 LUMP-SUM CONTRACT FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT MCA-T/COM/E9-143-1175 THIS CONTRACT (Contract) is entered into this . day of .., 2012, by and between the Millennium Challenge Account-Tanzania (the Client) having its principal place of business at the Development House, Kivukoni Front/Ohio Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and .. (the Consultant) having his/her principal address located at .. on the other part. WHEREAS, the Client wishes to have the Consultant perform the services hereinafter referred to, and WHEREAS, the Consultant is willing to perform these services as agreed hereunder, NOW THEREFORE THE PARTIES hereby agree as follows: 1. ServicesThe Consultant shall perform the services specified in Annex A, Terms of Reference and Scope of Services, which is made an integral part of this Contract (the Services). 2. TermThe Consultant shall perform the Services during the period commencing 2012 (hereinafter referred to as effective date) and continuing through .. or any other period as may be subsequently agreed by the parties in writing. This Contract may be renewed, extended, modified, amended and or altered as may be agreed by the parties in writing. Either party may, with thirty days notice, issue in writing to the other party stating his/her intention to amend, renew, extend, modify and or alter any provision of this contract. Such renewal, amendment, extension or alteration shall become effective upon written acceptance by the other party. 3. LocationThe Consultant shall deliver the services specified in Annex A at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania or as otherwise agreed in writing with the Client. 4. PaymentA. Ceiling For Services rendered pursuant to Annex A, the Client shall pay the Consultant an amount not to exceed United States Dollars (US$ ..) (the Contract Price) on the basis of a maximum of period of thirty one (31) man-days. This amount has been established based on understanding that it includes all of the Consultant's costs and profits as well as any tax obligation that may be imposed on the Consultant. In the event that any additional services or time shall be required by the Client, this will be charged at the rates in Appendix B. B. Schedule of Payments Phase Deliverable Proposed due date Payment Workshop Preparation Detailed Draft Proposal outlining Methodology, Approach and Logistical arrangements 21 calendar days after Contract effective date 30% on approval of the final methodology proposal Final methodology proposal 30 calendar days after Contract effective date Workshop Facilitation Draft Workshop report including workshop evaluation 37 calendar days after Contract effective date 50% on approval of the draft workshop report Compilation of Workshop Report Final Evaluation Report 45 Calendar days after Contract effective date 20% on acceptance of the Final report C. Payment Conditions Invoice Delivery The original tax-exempt invoice, all copies and all related correspondence and documents shall be delivered to the Document Intake Coordinator at the MCA-Tanzania offices. The invoice will be deemed received with the placement of an indelible date stamp and the Document Intake Coordinator initializing the face of the original invoice, subject to the invoice being approved by the MCA-Tanzania. Payment Terms MCA-Tanzania will make its best efforts to provide payment within 30 days after receipt of the invoice subject to presentation of the applicable report and invoice each being approved by MCA-Tanzania. No other terms or conditions shall be implied, or noted on the face or back of the invoice or copies. Rejection of Invoice An invoice may be rejected outright i.e. not marked as received, or may be rejected through the invoice approval process i.e. marked as received then found to be deficient. If an invoice is rejected by MCA-Tanzania, the Consultant will be informed as soon as practicable. The advice of rejection will contain the reason(s) for the rejection and, where possible, how to cure the deficiency. Once the invoice has been corrected and resubmitted and approved by MCA-Tanzania, the 30 day processing period will start anew. Payment Accounts The accounts to which payments are to be made are: Bank: Account Name: Account Number: Swift Code: US Correspondent Bank: Swift Code: 5. Project AdministrationA. Coordinator. The Consultant shall be supervised by MCA-T Director of Monitoring and Evaluation (the Coordinator). The Coordinator shall be responsible for the supervision of activities under this Contract including acceptance and approval of the reports and of other deliverables and for receiving and approving invoices for payment. B. Working Hours The working hours of the Consultant will be based on the normal working hours of the client. The Consultant shall not be entitled to be paid overtime. C. Records and Accounts The Consultant shall keep accurate and systematic records and accounts in respect of the Services, which will clearly identify all charges and expenses. The Client reserves the right to audit, or to nominate a reputable accounting firm to audit, the Consultants records relating to amounts claimed under this Contract during its term and any extension, and for a period of three months thereafter. 6. Assistance and ExemptionsThe Client shall use its best efforts to ensure that the Government of Tanzania shall: (a) Arrange for the Consultant to be provided promptly with the necessary entry visa (if applicable). (b) Provide the Consultant with work permits and such other documents as shall be necessary to enable the Consultant to perform the Services and to stay in Tanzania for the duration of the Contract (if applicable). (c) Facilitate prompt clearance through customs of any property required for the Services and of the personal effects of the Consultant. (if applicable) (d) Grant to the Consultant the privilege, pursuant to the Applicable Law, of bringing into Tanzania reasonable amounts of foreign currency for the purposes of the Services or for the personal use of the Consultant and of withdrawing any such amounts as may be earned therein by the Consultant in the execution of the Services. (if applicable) The Client shall provide the facilities and services defined in the Terms of Reference at Annex A. 7. Performance StandardsThe Consultant undertakes to perform the Services with the highest standards of professional and ethical competence and integrity. 8. ConfidentialityThe Consultant shall not, during the term of this Contract and within two years after its expiration, disclose any proprietary or confidential information relating to the Services, this Contract or the Client's business or operations without the prior written consent of the Client. 9. Ownership of MaterialAny studies reports or other material, graphic, software or otherwise, prepared by the Consultant for the Client under the Contract shall belong to and remain the property of the Client. These documents, reports etc shall not be disclosed by the Consultant to anyone other than the Client without the prior written consent of the Client. 10. Consultant Not to be Engaged in Certain ActivitiesThe Consultant agrees that, during the term of this Contract and after its termination, the Consultant and any entity affiliated with the Consultant, shall be disqualified from providing goods, works or services (other than the Services and any continuation thereof) for any project resulting from or closely related to the Services. 11. LimitationsExcept in the case of gross negligence or willful misconduct on the part of the Consultant or in carrying out the Services, the Consultant, with respect to damage caused by the Consultant to the Clients property, shall not be liable to the Client: (i) for any indirect or consequential loss or damage; and (ii) for any direct loss or damage that exceeds the total value of the Contract. 12. EligibilityThe Consultant and any sub-contractors must comply with the eligibility requirements of the Millennium Challenge Corporation throughout the duration of the Contract. If at any time the Consultant becomes ineligible, the contract may be terminated. 13. InsuranceThe Consultant will be responsible for taking out any appropriate insurance coverage as may be agreed with the Client. 14. AssignmentThe Consultant shall not assign this Contract or sub-contract any portion of it without the Client's prior written consent. 15. Law Governing Contract and Language The Contract shall be governed by the laws of the United Republic of Tanzania, and the language of the Contract shall be English. 16. TerminationEither party may terminate the contract by giving thirty (30) days written notice of termination. Upon termination of this Contract by notice of either Party, pursuant to Clause 2 of the Contract: a)the Consultant shall, immediately upon dispatch or receipt of such notice, take all necessary steps to bring the Services to a close in a prompt and orderly manner. With respect to documents prepared by the Consultant and equipment and materials furnished by the Client, the Consultant shall hand these over to the Client. b)the Client shall make payment to the Consultant for Services satisfactorily performed prior to the effective date of termination.17. Additional ProvisionsThe provisions of Annex C, Additional Provisions, with the exception of clause I Insurance shall apply to this contract. 18. Dispute ResolutionAny dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Contract or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Rules as at present in force in the United Republic of Tanzania. The place for arbitration shall be Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.  For and on behalf MCA-Tanzania:For the Consultant: Signature  Signature Name: Title: Witness Name: Title: Signature:Name: Title: Witness Name: Title: Signature:  List of Annexes Annex A: Terms of Reference Annex B: Consultants Rates Annex C: Additional Provisions Annex D: Consultants CVs ANNEX A: TERMS OF REFERENCE AND SCOPE OF SERVICES INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR FACILITATION OF A STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP Millennium Challenge Account-Tanzania The Government of the United States of America acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the Government of Tanzania (the Government) entered into a Millennium Challenge Compact (the Compact) for Millennium Challenge Account assistance to help facilitate poverty reduction through economic growth in Tanzania in the amount of Six Hundred Ninety-Eight million, one hundred thirty-six thousand USD (MCC funding). The Millennium Challenge Account-Tanzania (MCA-Tanzania) on behalf of the Government intends to apply a portion of the proceeds of MCC funding to eligible payments under this contract. Payments by MCA- T will be subject, in all respects, to the terms and conditions, including restrictions on the use of MCC funding of the Compact. The Compact aims at reducing poverty through the implementation of a program consisting of three projects, each containing a number of activities and sub-activities namely: The Transport Sector Project consists of four distinct activities, the Mainland Trunk Roads Activity, the Zanzibar Rural Roads Activity, the Road Maintenance Activity and the Mafia Island Airport Activity; The Energy Sector Project consists of three distinct activities, the Zanzibar Interconnector Activity, the Kigoma Distribution Activity, and the Distribution Systems Rehabilitation and Extension Activity (T&D); and The Water Sector Project consists of two distinct activities, the Lower Ruvu Plant Expansion Activity, and the Morogoro Water Supply Activity. The Compact is to be implemented for a period of five (5) years, from September 17, 2008 through September 16, 2013. As the Accountable Entity responsible for executing the Compact, the MCA-Tanzania has the following nine (9) management units: Legal Services; Procurement; Finance and Administration; Fiscal Agent; Environment and Social Impact; Monitoring and Evaluation; Water Sector; Energy Sector; and Transport Sector. These Units are responsible to MCA-Tanzania senior management, who in turn are responsible to the MCA-Tanzania Governing Board. The management units, listed above, work with six (6) implementing entities which are: Tanzania National Electricity Supply Company (TANESCO); Tanzania National Roads Agency(TANROADS); Tanzania Airport Authority (TAA); Dar es Salaam Water and Sewage Authority (DAWASA); Morogoro Urban Water and Sewage Authority (MORUWASA); and Ministry of Infrastructure and Communication (MoIC), Zanzibar Other stakeholders in the Tanzania Compact include parent ministries to the implementing entities mentioned above; namely, the Ministry of Transport (MoT), Ministry of Works (MoW), Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) and the Ministry of Water Development (MoWD). Others are non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and agencies working in sectors similar to the Compact, Compact Implementation Status So far, most of the process activities such as designing, procurement, consulting services, Environmental Studies, Monitoring and Evaluation, Fiscal Agent Services, supporting activities by implementing entities, tax exemption follow-ups, office accommodation and provision of working tools have been done/provided or are on-going. Implementation status by sector (Transport, Energy, and Water) as at the end of September, 2012 is summarized below. 2.1 Energy Sector: 2.1.1 Distribution Network Rehabilitation and Extension: The contracts were awarded to two firms, namely, Symbion Power for Lots 1 and 3 and to Pike Electric Inc (now PIKE Tanzania LLC) for Lot 2. Symbion Power is executing the works associated with Lots 1 and 3 in Mwanza, Tanga, Mbeya, Iringa, Morogoro, while Pike Electric Inc is executing the Lot 2 works in Dodoma. In all these regions power distribution lines are being constructed and in Dodoma and Mwanza some new lines have been energized and households, enterprises and institutions have already been connected. 2.1.2 Zanzibar Interconnector & Distribution Sub-station: The contract was signed with the successful Bidder, Viscas Corporation of Japan on 30th April 2010. The cable manufacturing which commenced in December 2010 was completed and the cable has been delivered and is already in the process of being laid. 2.1.3 Overhead Line Zanzibar Interconnector: Kalpa-Taru Power Systems Ltd (KPTL) was awarded the contract on April 18, 2011, and the project commenced on May 3, 2011. Construction of the substation is almost complete. 2.2 Transport Sector: The status of implementation of works under Transport Sector is as follows: 2.2.1 Tanga Horohoro Road: Construction started in Dec 22, 2009 and has been completed. 2.2.2 Tunduma Sumbawanga Road Tunduma Ikana Road: Construction started in September 22, 2010 and work is progressing well. Ikana Laela Road: Construction started in September 17, 2010 and completion expected by June , 2013. Over 30km is almost completed. Laela Sumbawanga Road: Construction started in April 29, 2010 and expected to be completed by January 31, 2013. Also over 30km is almost complete to date. 2.2.3 Mtwara Corridor Namtumbo Songea Road: Construction started in July 14, 2010 and planned to be completed by February 28th , 2013. Generally the works are progressing well. 2.2.4 Peramiho Junction Mbinga Road: Construction started in August 9, 2010 and planned to be completed by October 28, 2012. Generally the works are progressing well. 2.2.5 Zanzibar Rural Roads: A Construction Contract for the Pemba Rural Roads was signed on August 18, 2011 and on the same date the Supervision Contract that was signed on 8 July became effective. Road construction is reported to be progressing satisfactorily. 2.2.6 Mafia Airport Up-grading The expansion works is planned to start in January 2012 and completed by January 2013. Construction is in progress. 2.3 Water Sector: Two projects, namely Lower Ruvu Plant Expansion and Morogoro Water Supply are being implemented. The former started in March 4, 2011 and planned to be completed by March 3, 2013, and the latter started in January 26, 2011 and planned to be completed by November 6, 2012. Due to delays of some processes, completion dates have been revised. 2.3.1 Lower Ruvu Water Treatment Plant Construction has commenced and is progressing well; 2.3.2 Morogoro Water Supply Construction activities are proceeding on the rehabilitation of the reservoirs and the 500mm transmission pipeline at Chamwino was laid; the construction of the meter chamber at Tumbaku, the rehabilitation of the buildings at Mafiga Water Treatment as well as preparatory work for Mambogo Water Treatment Plant continues. 2.4 Monitoring and Evaluation MCA-T set up a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Directorate to coordinate M&E activities for the Compact. The M&E functions are implemented in parallel with Compact activities. And play a central role in management of the Compact by ensuring that the Compact resources and investments are being utilized effectively and efficiently; activities are implemented in a timely manner; services generated are being accessed, utilized and beneficiaries are satisfied with the services; and the expected results are being achieved in a sustainable manner. An M&E Plan was developed to guide the implementation of the M&E activities. The M&E plan contains the indicators that were selected to measure the results of Compact. To date, a number of monitoring activities have been undertaken; Consultants to implement performance and impact evaluations have been contracted and a number of studies have already been implemented. These include base line studies for the impact evaluation of the Energy and Transport sector and projects. An Impact evaluation for the water sector projects has also been designed and implementation of the baseline study is underway. 2.5 Compact Completion Report As the Compact approaches its final year of implementation, MCA-T is preparing to compile the Compact Completion Report (CCR). To that effect, a consultant has been contracted to guide the drafting of the completion report. He is expected to provide the first draft of the CCR by January 2013. The Stakeholders Review Workshop MCA-T M&E Directorate has proposed to convene the Stakeholders Workshop on Jan 15 17, 2013 to assess implementation of the Compact. The workshop will review achievements against plans, problems and challenges faced, how they were addressed, and lessons learned in each sector. The output of the workshop will not only serve as input to future Compact planning processes, but also be used as input for the preparation of Compact Completion Report (CCR). The proposed workshop is expected to be participatory to enable sharing of experiences across all categories of stakeholders, and in order to ensure optimal participation of stakeholders, a Facilitator would be required to guide the workshop. 3.1 Rationale for the Review Workshop Now that most of the construction activities are in progress and some have been accomplished, it is appropriate to reflect on the progress, successes, challenges and lessons learned. There are implementation approaches, methods, and procedures that have worked well, while others did not. Similarly, stakeholders have encountered varying degrees of success and challenges. It is therefore imperative that MCA-T takes a stock on what worked and what did not work, why, and what should future Compacts consider so as to ensure effective implementation. It is a learning process of the past 48 months of the Tanzania Compact implementation. 3.2 Purpose and Objectives of the Review Workshop The purpose of the review is to assess the status of implementation of the Compact and the progress to date. The workshop will assess the mechanisms put in place for implementation of Compact; institutional and strategic arrangements used; progress of implementation so far; identify significant gaps and provide lessons learned. It will build on existing MCA-T progress reports and other MCA-T related assessments that have been carried out so far such as documentation of success stories. The workshop will address the following questions: What progress has been made towards implementation of MCA-T activities as reflected in the Compact plans? Specifically each sector will be required to provide an analysis of their specific annual plans and what they were able to achieve. Which are the main factors that contributed to the realization or non-realization of the planned targets? How are risks and assumptions addressed during the implementation of the Compact? To what extent and in what ways has MCA-T contributed to achieving better synergies among the implementing entities? In other words, were implementing entities helped to appreciate the fact that they are all working towards the same goal and avoided overlaps in activities, if any? What lessons can we learn from implementing the Tanzania Compact? What are the chances of completing the activities on time? What needs to be done to insure that the remaining Compact activities are implemented effectively, and in a sustainable manner? What has been M&Es role in the implementation of the Tanzania Compact? What worked well, what have been the challenges and what could have been done better in terms of laying a stronger M&E Framework? How has M&E contributed to achieving implementation targets or how could it be altered to fulfill this role? How can any identified M&E challenges be avoided in future programs? The specific objectives of the review are: Assess implementation of the various Compact activities against work plans; Identify critical factors that might have constrained or promoted the successful implementation of MCA-T; Examine the role and challenges of M&E in implementing Compacts; with specific reference to the Tanzania Compact; and, Make recommendations of what is required to improve the implementation of a program similar to the Tanzania Compact. 3.3 Scope and Focus The review exercise will assess the implementation of the Compact in light of the expected accomplishments specified in the various sector specific work plans. Much attention will be given to the focus area of Excellence in Management of resources. A variety of methodologies will be applied: Desk review of relevant MCA-T documents, including Compact document; Implementing Entities Agreements; Progress Reports; concept, and policy/strategy papers for each focus area; MCA-T progress/performance; Developing the contents and scheduling of the workshop program; Develop the workshop materials and handouts for the participants; Facilitation and guiding evaluation of sector workshops by participants for Transport, Energy and Water Sectors; Facilitation and guiding evaluation of the Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop; Preparation of sector workshop proceedings with particular reference to the experiences of the MCA-T, and. Coordinate with Independent research consultants who may be invited to make presentations of their research designs and or findings. 3.4 Venue and Participants The Workshop will be held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania at a convenient location that optimizes logistical requirements and be attended by between 36 to 50 participants, including MCA-T staff, implementing entity staff and invited relevant stakeholders. The table below illustrates the suggested numbers for each day of the workshop: Table 1: Proposed Number of Participants DayNumber of ParticipantsDescriptionJan 15, 2013 Morning50This will be an opening plenary session to be attended by all invitees Jan 15, 2013 Afternoon36First sector specific workshopJan 16, 2013 Morning36Second sector specific workshop Jan 16, 2013 Afternoon36Third sector specific workshopJan 17, 201350This will be a plenary session with panel discussions of presentations from sector specific workshops Details of participants (institutions to be represented and number of people) will be attached to the methodology to be proposed by the consultant. Each sector will propose to management the non-MCA-T stakeholders to be invited. 3.5 Facilitators Roles and Responsibilities The Facilitator will play a number of roles summarized in the following phases and tasks: Phase 1: Preparation Familiarize with MCA-T by reviewing key documents and discussing with the MCA-T; Provide a detailed proposal of the approach and methodology of conducting the workshop, including the hosting and logistical arrangements (workshop venue, equipment/materials (e.g. laptop computers, LCD projectors, ), and meet all the workshop logistical costs; and Prepare workshop materials. Coordinate with and guide all presenters on the timing and scope of their presentations. Phase II: Facilitate the workshop Engage participants in critical reflection and discussion; Document proceedings; and Guide Evaluation of workshop. Phase III: Compile a detailed report of the workshop Compile a draft detailed workshop report to be reviewed by MCA-T and MCC; and Prepare a final report. 3.6 Proposed Methodology and Deliverables The Facilitator will develop a comprehensive methodology and approach but at a minimum, the facilitator shall familiarize him/herself with the Compact by reviewing key documents, including Compact Document; Work Plans; Project Implementation Status Reports; and Implementing Entity Agreements. He will also discuss with the relevant stakeholders to obtain information relevant for developing the proposal. This shall be followed by a detailed proposal of how the workshop will be organized and implemented. The consultant shall facilitate the workshop in English in a participatory and interactive manner to allow for experience sharing and learning. MCA-T Sectors and their respective IEs may choose to prepare joint presentations but IEs are encouraged to outline their own challenges and lessons learned if any. The Consultant will provide further guidance on the approach, however, Sectors and Implementing Entities are expected to present their status reports in PowerPoint using the following format: Introduction and background Information; Plan and Implementation Status as at the end of Sept, 2012 (Q1 Q16); Key Achievements and Success Stories if any; Assessment of Critical Assumptions and Risks; Lessons learned; Challenges Faced and Mitigation Measures taken; Recommendations; and Next Steps. The report shall then be discussed in plenary and groups. The facilitator may propose other more effective approaches/methodology for the workshop. At the end of the workshop, the consultant shall facilitate evaluation of the workshop by participants. He/she shall also prepare the Workshop Proceedings that should summarize, among others, workshop objectives and rationale; participants; facilitation methodology; issues raised; lessons learned and recommendations; next steps; and workshop evaluation. The draft Workshop proceedings shall be prepared in English and submitted in both hard (three copies) and a soft copy prepared in MS Word to MCA-T. 3.7 Consultancy Duration It is expected that this contract will be awarded by the end of November 2012.The workshop is planned to take place starting January 15th through 17th 2013. A total of thirty one (31) man-days shall be required by the facilitator for preparatory works, facilitation and preparation of workshop proceedings as outlined in the table below: Table 2: Duration of the Consultancy Sn.ActivityDuration (Calendar-days)1.Workshop Preparation212.Workshop Facilitation 33Compilation of Workshop Report7Total31 Deliverables PhaseDeliverableTimingWorkshop PreparationDetailed Draft Proposal outlining Methodology, Approach and Logistical arrangements21 calendar days after Contract effective dateFinal methodology proposal30 calendar days after Contract effective dateWorkshop Facilitation Draft Workshop report including workshop evaluation37 calendar days after Contract effective dateCompilation of Workshop ReportFinal Evaluation Report45 Calendar days after Contract effective date Please note that MCA-T will take a week, (five working days), to review each deliverable Facilitators Qualifications and Experience The following are facilitators qualifications and experiences required: A minimum of M.Sc. degree in any relevant field e.g. Social Sciences or Engineering; Demonstrated experiences in facilitating large, participatory and highly interactive stakeholders workshop; Experience in compiling stakeholders workshop reports; and Fluency in English language. Candidates with a formal qualification in facilitating seminars or workshops will have an added advantage. MCA-Ts Role and Responsibilities MCA-Ts roles are as follows: Provide necessary documents (available at MCA-T) to the facilitator for reviewing Relevant directorates will be required to prepare presentations in power point Organizational Relationship The Facilitator will be answerable to the Directorate of Monitoring and Evaluation, and will be required to work closely with other MCA-T staff during the process of reviewing key MCA-T documents and preparation of the workshop. ANNEX B CONSULTANTS RATES Remuneration and appropriate Direct Cost(s) to be used in the event that the duration of the Contract is extended by MCA-T ANNEX C ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS Capitalized terms that are used but not defined in this Appendix shall have the meaning given to them in the Contract or in the Compact or related agreements. MCA-Tanzania is responsible for the oversight and management of the implementation of the Compact on behalf of the Government, and intends to apply a portion of the proceeds of the Compact to eligible payments under this Contract, provided that (a) such payments will only be made at the request of and on behalf of MCA-Tanzania and as authorized by the Fiscal Agent, (b) MCC shall have no obligations to the Consultant under the Compact or this Contract, (c) such payments will be subject, in all respects, to the terms and conditions of the Compact, and (d) no party other than the Government and MCA-Tanzania shall derive any rights from the Compact or have any claim to MCC Funding. A. MCC Status; Reserved Rights; Third-Party Beneficiary 1. MCC Status. MCC is a United States Government corporation acting on behalf of the United States Government in the implementation of the Compact. As such, MCC has no liability under this Contract, and is immune from any action or proceeding arising under or relating to this Contract. In matters arising under or relating to this Contract, MCC is not subject to the jurisdiction of the courts or any other juridical or other body of any jurisdiction. 2. MCC Reserved Rights. (a) Certain rights are expressly reserved to MCC under this Contract, the Compact and other related Compact documents, including the right to approve the terms and conditions of this Contract, as well as any amendments or modifications hereto, and the right to suspend or terminate this Contract. (b) MCC, in reserving such rights under this Contract, the Compact or other related Compact documents, has acted solely as a funding entity to assure the proper use of United States Government funds, and any decision by MCC to exercise or refrain from exercising these rights shall be made as a funding entity in the course of funding the activity and shall not be construed as making MCC a party to this Contract. (c) MCC may, from time to time, exercise its rights, or discuss matters related to this Contract with the Parties or the Government, as appropriate, jointly or separately, without thereby incurring any responsibility or liability to any party. (d) Any approval (or failure to approve) or exercise of (or failure to exercise) any rights by MCC shall not bar the Government, MCA-Tanzania, MCC or any other person or entity from asserting any right against the Consultant, or relieve the Consultant of any liability which the Consultant might otherwise have to the Government, MCA-Tanzania, MCC, or any other person or entity. For the purposes of this clause (d), MCC shall be deemed to include any MCC officer, director, employee, affiliate, contractor, agent or representative. 3. Third-Party Beneficiary. MCC shall be deemed to be a third party beneficiary under this Contract. B. Limitations on the Use or Treatment of MCC Funding. The use and treatment of MCC Funding in connection with this Contract does not, and shall not, violate any limitations or requirements specified in the Compact or any other relevant agreement or Implementation Letter or applicable law or U.S. Government policy. A summary of the applicable provisions referenced in this paragraph may be found on the MCC website at  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/funding_limitations.pdf" www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/funding_limitations.pdf C. Procurement. The Consultant shall ensure that all procurements of goods, services or works under, related to or in furtherance of this Contract shall be consistent with the general principles set forth in the Compact and in the MCC Program Procurement Guidelines from time to time in effect as posted on the MCC website at www.mcc.gov. The Consultant shall comply with the eligibility requirements related to prohibited source or restricted party provisions in accordance with U.S. law, regulations and policy, applicable World Bank policies or guidelines and in accordance with other eligibility requirements as may be specified by MCC or MCA-Tanzania. A summary of the applicable provisions referenced in this paragraph may be found on the MCC website at:  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/procurement_awards_provisions.pdf" www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/procurement_awards_provisions.pdf D. Reports and Information; Access; Audits; Reviews. 1. Reports and Information. The Consultant shall maintain such books and records and provide such reports, documents, data or other information to MCA-Tanzania in the manner and to the extent required by the Compact or related documents and as may be reasonably requested by MCA-Tanzania from time to time in order to comply with its reporting requirements arising under the Compact or related documents. The provisions of the Compact that are applicable to the Government in this regard shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the Consultant as if the Consultant were the Government under the Compact. A summary of the applicable provisions referenced in this paragraph may be found on the MCC website at  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf" www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf 2. Access; Audits and Reviews. The Consultant shall permit such access, audits, reviews and evaluations as provided in the Compact or related documents. The provisions of the Compact that are applicable to the Government with respect to access and audits shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the Consultant as if the Consultant were the Government under the Compact. A summary of the applicable provisions referenced in this paragraph may be found on the MCC website at  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf" www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf 3. Application to Providers. The Consultant shall ensure the inclusion of the applicable audit, access and reporting requirements in its contracts or agreements with other providers in connection with the Contract. A summary of the applicable requirements may be found on the MCC website at  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf" www.mcc.gov/guidance/compact/audits_reviews_provisions.pdf E. Compliance with Anti-Corruption Legislation. The Consultant shall ensure that no payments have been or will be made by the Consultant to any official of the Government, MCA-Tanzania, or any third party (including any other government official) in connection with this Contract in violation of the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, as amended (15 U.S.C. 78a et seq.) (the FCPA) or that would otherwise be in violation of the FCPA if the party making such payment were deemed to be a United States person or entity subject to the FCPA, or similar statute applicable to this Contract, including any local laws. The Consultant affirms that no payments have been or will be received by any official, employee, agent or representative of the Consultant in connection with this Contract in violation of the FCPA or that would otherwise be in violation of the FCPA if the party making such payment were deemed to be a United States person or entity subject to the FCPA, or similar statute applicable to this Contract, including any local laws. F. Compliance with Anti-Money Laundering Legislation. The Consultant shall ensure that MCC Funding disbursed pursuant to this Contract is not used for money-laundering activities and, to that end, shall comply with any policies and procedures for monitoring operations to ensure compliance, as may be established from time to time by the Consultant, MCC, MCA-Tanzania, the Fiscal Agent, the Procurement Agent, or the World Bank. G. Compliance with Terrorist Financing Statutes and Other Restrictions. 1. The Consultant shall not provide material support or resources directly or indirectly to, or knowingly permit MCC Funding to be transferred to, any individual, corporation or other entity that the Consultant knows, or has reason to know, commits, attempts to commit, advocates, facilitates, or participates in any terrorist activity, or has committed, attempted to commit, advocated, facilitated or participated in any terrorist activity, including, but not limited to, the individuals and entities (i) on the master list of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons maintained by the U.S. Department of Treasurys Office of Foreign Assets Control, which list is available at  HYPERLINK "http://www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac" www.treas.gov/offices/enforcement/ofac (ii) on the consolidated list of individuals and entities maintained by the 1267 Committee of the United Nations Security Council, or (iii) such other list as [MCA Entity] may request from time to time. For purposes of this provision, material support and resources includes currency, monetary instruments or other financial securities, financial services, lodging, training, expert advice or assistance, safe houses, false documentation or identification, communications equipment, facilities, weapons, lethal substances, explosives, personnel, transportation, and other physical assets, except medicine or religious materials. 2. The Consultant shall ensure that its activities under this Contract comply with all applicable U.S. laws, regulations and executive orders regarding money laundering, terrorist financing, U.S. sanctions laws, restrictive trade practices, boycotts, and all other economic sanctions promulgated from time to time by means of statute, executive order, regulation or as administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Treasury Department or any successor governmental authority, including, 18 U.S.C. Section 1956, 18 U.S.C. Section 1957, 18 U.S.C. Section 2339A, 18 U.S.C. Section 2339B, 18 U.S.C. Section 2339C, 18 U.S.C. Section 981, 18 U.S.C. Section 982, Executive Order 13224, 15 C.F.R. Part 760, and those economic sanctions programs enumerated at 31 C.F.R. Parts 500 through 598. The Consultant shall verify, or cause to be verified, appropriately any individual, corporation or other entity with access to or recipient of funds, which verification shall be conducted in accordance with the procedures set out in Part 10 of the MCC Program Procurement Guidelines (Eligibility Verification Procedures) that can be found on MCCs website at  HYPERLINK "http://www.mcc.gov" www.mcc.gov. The Consultant shall (A) conduct the monitoring referred to in this paragraph on at least a quarterly basis, or such other reasonable period as MCA-Tanzania or MCC may request from time to time and (B) deliver a report of such periodic monitoring to MCA-Tanzania with a copy to MCC. 3. Other restrictions on the Consultant shall apply with respect to drug trafficking, terrorism, sex trafficking, prostitution, fraud, felony, any misconduct injurious to MCC or MCA-Tanzania, any activity contrary to the national security interests of the United States or any other activity that materially and adversely affects the ability of the Government or any other party to effectively implement, or ensure the effective implementation of, the Program or any Project or to otherwise carry out its responsibilities or obligations under or in furtherance of the Compact or any related agreement or that materially and adversely affects the Program assets or any Permitted Account. H. Publicity, Information and Marking. The Consultant shall cooperate with MCA-Tanzania and the Government to provide the appropriate publicity to the goods, works and services provided under this Contract, including identifying Program activity sites and marking Program assets as goods, services, and works funded by the United States, acting through MCC; provided, that any announcement, press release or statement regarding MCC or the fact that MCC is funding the Program or any other publicity materials referencing MCC, shall be subject to prior approval by MCC and shall be consistent with any instructions provided by MCC from time to time in relevant Implementation Letters. Upon the termination or expiration of the Compact, MCC may request the removal of, and the Consultant shall, upon such request, remove, or cause the removal of, any such markings and any references to MCC in any publicity materials. MCC shall have the right to use any information or data provided in any report or document provided to MCC for the purpose of satisfying MCCs reporting requirements or in any other manner. I. Insurance. The Consultant shall obtain insurance, performance bonds, guarantees or other protections appropriate to cover against risks or liabilities associated with performance of the Contract. The Consultant shall be named as payee on any such insurance and the beneficiary of any such guarantee, including performance bonds. MCC and MCA-Tanzania shall be named as additional insureds on any such insurance or other guarantee, to the extent permissible under applicable laws. The Consultant shall ensure that any proceeds from claims paid under such insurance or any other form of guarantee shall be used to replace or repair any loss or to pursue the procurement of the covered goods, services, works; provided, that at MCCs election, such proceeds shall be deposited in an account as designated by MCA-Tanzania and acceptable to MCC or as otherwise directed by MCC. J. Conflict of Interest. The Consultant shall ensure that no person or entity shall participate in the selection, award, administration or oversight of a contract, grant or other benefit or transaction funded in whole or in part (directly or indirectly) by MCC Funding in connection with this Contract, in which (i) the entity, the person, members of the persons immediate family or household or his or her business partners, or organizations controlled by or substantially involving such person or entity, has or have a financial or other interest or (ii) the person or entity is negotiating or has any arrangement concerning prospective employment, unless such person or entity has first disclosed in writing to the parties under this Contract and MCC the conflict of interest and, following such disclosure, the parties to this Contract agree in writing to proceed notwithstanding such conflict. The Consultant shall ensure that no person or entity involved in the selection, award, administration, oversight or implementation of any contract, grant or other benefit or transaction funded in whole or in part (directly or indirectly) by MCC Funding in connection with this Contract shall solicit or accept from or offer to a third party or seek or be promised (directly or indirectly) for itself or for another person or entity any gift, gratuity, favor or benefit, other than items of de minimis value and otherwise consistent with such guidance as MCC may provide from time to time. K. Inconsistencies. In the event of any conflict between this Contract and the Compact and/or the Program Implementation Agreement, the term(s) of the Compact and/or the Program Implementation Agreement shall prevail. L. Other Provisions The Consultant shall abide by such other terms or conditions as may be specified by MCA-Tanzania or MCC in connection with this Contract. M. Flow-Through Provisions. 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