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The Governor

DSC 0830As part of efforts to accelerate development and transform the County to greater economic heights, there is need to seek partnerships and cooperation with development partners.

The partnership will see an establishment of exchange programs for pupils and teachers in primary and secondary schools, vocational and tertiary institutions. It will also train our youth on technical skills through exchange programme, assist on areas of fire rescue, evacuations and medical services, water supply and treatment, collaboration on urban planning and environmental management, as well as administration and good governance. 

Governor Stanley Kiptis assured the partners of his support and urged them to diversify their support to the people of Baringo County. 

My administration will provide all the necessary support to enable you accomplish your mission without any challenges, said Kiptis.

  The German delegation was led by Mayor of the city of Gersthofen Michael Worle nd Klaus Schwenk among business men and politicians.

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Vacancies Anouncement January 2018

1. COUNTY SECRETARY (1 POST) (Job Group “T”)REF: BCPSB/01/2018

The County Secretary shall be the head of Public Service and will be answerable to the

Governor.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Responsible for arranging business and keeping minutes of the County Executive

Committee subject to the directions of the Executive Committee

2. Conveying decisions of the County Executive Committee to the appropriate persons or

Institutions

3. Coordination of County Government activities

4. Interpret, disseminate and oversee the implementation of National and County

Government policies

5. Provide direction and guidance to public service officers in the County

6. Ensure efficient management of the County Government resources and

7. Performing any other functions as directed by the Governor and County Executive

Committee

Requirements for Appointment

1. Must be a Kenyan citizen

2. Be in possession of a Bachelors degree from a recognized University in Kenya

3. Have Masters degree or higher academic qualification from a recognised university in

Kenya

4. Have at least 10 years experience in senior administration and management

5. Possess knowledge of organization and functions of Government

6. Have thorough knowledge of the structural, legislative and regulatory framework of the public service

7. Demonstrate a thorough understanding and commitment to the values and principles as outlined in Articles 10 and 232 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010

8. Be conversant with Government policies and regulations, and devolution laws

9. Be a member of a professional body

10. Must have attended a strategic leadership program course for not less than six (6)

weeks from a recognised Institution

11. Must be computer literate

12. Possession of CPS (K) will be an added advantage

Terms: Contract

2. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – PROJECT MONITORING AND EVALUATION (1 POST) (Job Group

“P”) REF: BCPSB/02/2018

The Assistant Director – Monitoring and Evaluation will head the Project Monitoring and

Evaluation or any other major unit of the Economic Planning Division.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Production and compilation of statistical data

2. Initiating the County Economic Planning Policy

3. Collection and presentation of statistical data in the form of survey reports and bulletin

4. Coordination and supervision of the project monitoring and evaluation function including reporting or other roles for the head of the unit

Requirements for Appointment

1. Must be a Kenyan citizen

2. Should have served at the level of Senior Economist I/Senior Statistician I for at least three (3) years

3. Demonstrated professional competence and managerial capability coupled with appreciation of County’s economic development needs and strategies and production of statistical data

4. Demonstrated high administrative capability coupled with broad experience in economic planning, project monitoring and evaluation, policy analysis and research or the production of statistical data

5. Attained qualifications in Economics or Statistics of at least Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil.) level or their equivalent recognized qualifications.

6. Must be computer literate.

Terms: Permanent and Pensionable

3. BARINGO COUNTY AUDIT COMMITTEE: CHAIRPERSON (1 POST) AND MEMBERS (3

POSTS) REF: BCPSB/03/2018

Pursuant to Public Finance Management Act 2012 sec 155(5), and Regulation no 167(1) of the PFM Regulations Act 2015, through the Kenya Gazette notice Vol. CXVIII – No. 40 of

15, April 2016 and National Treasury Public Notice dated 30th June 2016 on establishment

of Audit Committees in all Public entities, the County Government of Baringo invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the positions of Chairperson and Members of the Audit Committee.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Provide oversight on risk management, controls and governance processes

2. Follow up on implementation of recommendations of internal and external audit

3. Prepare pertinent audit reports

4. Assist in improvement of service delivery to Baringo County citizens.

5. Assist the County Government in enhancing internal controls in order to improve efficiency, transparency and accountability in management of the County resources.

6. Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Requirements for Appointment

1. Must be a Kenyan Citizen

2. Should have at least a Masters degree in relevant field

3. Have knowledge in Government affairs, have the requisite business and leadership skills and shall not be a holder of a political office.

4. Must not be a past or present employee of the entity and shall not have served as an agent of a business organization, which carried out business with the county Government of Baringo in the past two (2) years.

5. Must be a member of professional bodies e.g. ICPAK, ACFE, LSK, EBK and IIA or any other relevant body.

6. Have an understanding of Government operations, financial reporting and auditing;

and knowledge of objects, principles or functions of County Governments.

7. Must have an understanding of the Public Sector and Corporate Governance and knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act 2012, Public Procurement & Asset Disposal Act 2015 and Public Officers Ethics Act 2003.

Terms

1. Successful candidates will be appointed for a term of three (3) years and remunerated on account of attendance of Audit Committee meetings and shall serve on part time basis (quarterly meetings) and be eligible for re-appointment based on performance for a further one (1) term only.

2. A member shall be paid allowances as determined by Salaries and Remuneration

Commission.

HOW TO APPLY:

All applicants should meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution and must have the following valid clearances attached to the applications:

· Certificate of Good Conduct from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID)

· Clearance Certificate from Higher Education Loans Board (HELB)

· A Tax Compliance Certificate from Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)

· A Certificate from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)

· Certificate of Clearance from any of the Credit References Bureaus in the Country

All written applications, CVs, copies of certificates, copy of Identity Card and testimonials should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left side the position being applied for and addressed to:

The Secretary/CEO

County Public Service Board

Baringo County

Mwalimu Plaza 2nd Floor, West Wing

P.O. Box 585-30400, KABARNET

So as to reach the Offices mentioned above on or before 19th January 2018. Candidates are advised against canvassing.

NB: Baringo County Government is an equal opportunity Government and all are encouraged to apply as provided in the advert.

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Baringo County Deputy Governor Jacob Chepkwony launched a two week long cam­paign of activism against GBV to create awareness on the vice.

He appealed to the society to shun retrogressive cultural practices like Female Genetal Mutilation (FGM) and early marriages that encourage gen­der based violence by embrac­ing education and modern living.

According to Baringo County Anti-Gender Based Violence Crusader, Mary Kuket, 85%

of women and girls experience various forms of violence against them, although majority of the cases are not reported due to lack of service providers and stigma, experience GBV with some of them inflicted with life threatening injuries and living with psycholog­ical trauma.

All Leaders Present

Distinguished Guests

Fellow Citizens

Ladies and Gentlemen;

It is with much gratitude to God that we are gathered here today to mark a very important day in the history of our beloved nation.

We are celebrating 54 years since we attained independence; the day we were set free from the yoke of colonialism. Jamhuri Day as we all know it, is a momentous occasion for Kenyans as it reminds us of the selfless struggle and the hard earned freedom from the colonial masters. I take this opportunity to pay tribute to our fore-fathers who played a key role in laying the foundation on which we have developed over the years. Indeed, theirs was a selfless struggle that eventually made Kenya a nation that takes charge of its destiny.

Since this day 54 years ago, Kenya as nation has come a long way and has achieved great strides. The fact it has remained peaceful and resilient is an indication of our desire as a people to conquer our challenges and build a prosperous future for our children and great grandchildren. The promulgation of the Kenya Constitution (2010) which resulted in the advent of devolved units has seen the country make huge strides in transforming the lives of its people.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

We realize that we have just come from prolonged political activities which have distracted us from focusing on our development agenda. I am glad that is behind us now and I urge the opposition and its leadership to come to terms with the fact that we need to move forward as a country.

We are in the completion stages of constituting our new administration and we expect the disbursement of resources from National government to the counties to commence any time now so that we embark on the implementation process of our development programmes and projects.

I want to thank President Uhuru Kenyatta for demonstrating his commitment towards fostering devolution by signing the Division of Revenue Bill 2017 into law. We appreciate that this move will now allow the national treasury to avail money to our county governments.

In light of this, I urge the County Executive Committee Members to settle fast in readiness for the delivery of their mandate as everything now is falling in place for the implementation of our transformative agenda as envisaged in our campaign manifesto. As cabinet, the big task of delivering services to citizens in an effective and efficient manner is what you must embrace. Your commitment, sacrifice and dedication is of paramount significance towards this course.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

My administration is citizen driven. This is the only sure way to address the pressing needs of our people and realize sustainable development. It is therefore, needless to say all state officers and government officials must engage citizens in the entire process of development.

We all must recognize the fact that the world has shifted to performance for results and we must embrace this phenomenon. As your leader I wish to reiterate that my administration will embrace this course by setting up a functioning performance framework with the necessary measurement tools as yard sticks for determining our development progress and the impact of our interventions.

In this regard, all of us in government will be on performance contracts to ensure that we not only remain accountable and transparent in executing our social contracts with you the citizens, but also that each one of us takes individual responsibility of what is expected of them.

Ladies and gentlemen;

As I have mentioned before, as a county we are in the process of developing our five year County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) covering the period 2018 – 2022. This process has commenced and it will be officially launched soon to enable our economic planning team to drive the process. This will include extensive public participation process to enlighten and involve citizens on the development programmes to be prioritized during the plan period.

The objective of this plan is to guide our county’s transformative agenda in the framework of my political manifesto, the national aspirations under the Vision 2030; the 2030 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and our other national and international development obligations. This is an opportunity to craft our own economic destinies and I therefore urge all of you to take part actively in the development of this document during the public participation meetings.

Fellow citizens,

We started the year 2017 when we were experiencing drought and its adverse effects in many parts of the county. Later in the year, we received sufficient rains and we have every reason to thank the Almighty for answering our prayers. In light of this, we have had bountiful harvests of food crops and plentiful of rejuvenated pasture for the animals. However, I am concerned that a number of farmers are selling their produce at very low prices to middlemen (brokers) and soon they might run out of food to sustain their livelihoods. In this regard, I appeal to the National Cereals and Produce Board to start buying maize from our farmers at competitive prices. At the same time, I am asking the farmers to harvest and store pasture for use during drought and in times of scarcity.

Ladies and gentlemen,

We are lucky in Baringo that we have great diversity in our cultural heritage and we should preserve it for our unique identity as a people for the sake of future generations. However, it is very unfortunate that there are retrogressive cultural practices that have been outlawed that continue to undermine the dignity of our girls and women. I am talking about Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). There are individuals who still carry out this heinous act and harsh punishment should be meted on them according to the law.

In line with this, the county has come up with a bill on Gender Based Violence and FGM falls under this category. There are many incidences and atrocities under GBV and statistics indicate that about 90% of such cases are not reported. To add insult to injury, few reported cases are withdrawn and settled out of court thus denying the affected persons to get due recourse while the perpetrators escape with minimal penalty and punishment. Let’s all SAY NO TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE AND FGM.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

Government should be given space to deliver. Empty criticism of administrations will not yield solutions but will only serve as distraction that consume time and drain the drive and confidence of government to deliver on its mandate. My administration has adopted an open governance system. If you have pertinent issues, I invite you for positive criticism and dialogue. This is the only way to sustainable resolution to development issues for the common good of each one of us.

The county government has a distinct administrative system with a clear structure and mandate from the County headquarters to the ward level. In due course, we shall be further expanding this to cover even the village levels to make sure that it works best to serve for everyone.

In addition to a vibrant administrative structure, we are further stepping up efforts to remain open and accountable to the citizens of Baringo by setting of a public feedback mechanism. This will provide avenues through which members of the public and all our stakeholders can air their grievances, express complaints, make suggestions and even compliment our service delivery. To fulfill this, we will soon leverage on ICT and unveil interactive online platforms and a dedicated toll free telephone line through which you can call, SMS or use WhatsApp platform on any issue that you may think requires the attention of our government and get a response within a reasonable timeline if not immediately.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Our development needs are immense, while our resources are limited. We therefore need to constantly think outside the box by optimizing on the existing resources both natural and human for maximum impact. Additionally, we must endeavour to seek partnerships with both national and international stakeholders as well as state and non-state actors in order for us to efficiently drive our socioeconomic family.

As you are aware, I recently led a delegation to Augsburg city in Germany with a view of establishing and strengthening areas of co-operation in Education, Health, Disaster preparedness, Waste management and Vocational training between the European nation and Baringo County.

I am glad to report that our trip yielded positive results notably in vocational training and medical sectors. For instance, in March 2018, a team of 3 (three) cardiologists from Germany will be coming to assess the capacity of our operating theatre at the Baringo County Referral Hospital at Kabarnet. The report from the assessment will inform the steps which shall be undertaken to make it possible for heart surgeries to be performed at the facility which will greatly boost the ability to offer high quality and efficient surgical services.

Furthermore, vocational training institutions will receive modern equipment courtesy of German friends under the Pro-Kapsogo initiative. To enhance the capacity of our vocational training institutions to offer high quality training, a number of tutors will receive a one-year full scholarship to train in Germany.  Fire fighting and waste management departments will also benefit from the cooperation that we have established.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

Why are we grappling with high unemployment rates in our country? It is simply because in the past we have not been keen to adapt to our socioeconomic and political structural changes. The world is changing. Africa is changing. Kenya is changing. Baringo County is not exceptional.

Our major problem is a gaping mismatch between the education sector and the job market. While the education sector is inclined towards   white collar jobs oriented workforce, the market is in huge demand for blue collar skills. Something is totally wrong. We must be pragmatic in our development approaches to combat the real challenges of unemployment.

We must have practical local solutions for local problems like providing an environment and training that will encourage our youth to venture into entrepreneurship and agribusiness. The Geothermal Development Company (GDC) is partnering with the county in training over 200 youth in technical exploration skills. We will also ensure that the youth will actively participate in the government tenders under Access to Government Procurement (AGPO) and the minimum 30% threshold to youth, women and people with disabilities (PWDs) is attained in the county. The key focus is for our youth to not only be self employed, but also create job opportunities for others.

Ladies and Gentlemen;

Like I have mentioned in various forums, the role of government is to hold in trust resources on behalf of the wananchi and use them in causes that the citizen himself determines and knows will uplift their welfare. In fulfilling this mandate, our government will ensure prudent use of resources to ensure the fruits of devolution are enjoyed by all. I call upon all of us, residents, government officials and stakeholders, to work towards exercising prudence, guaranteeing transparency, accountability and sealing all possible loopholes for corruption and wastage of resources. As your governor, I will provide leadership in ensuring that our administration upholds the principles of public finance management act, 2012; necessary austerity measures in guiding resource use, allocation and the general management of public affairs.

I urge all of you to support our efforts to bring change to Baringo. May we all work hard and embrace a unity of purpose as the driver of our county's development. This will enable us to build one united, secure and competitive county.

Fellow Citizens;

As I conclude my remarks, may I take this opportunity to recognize and congratulate the candidates who sat for KCPE this and passed with flying colours. I will single out the top ten performers in the county namely;

1. Kipchumba Barbra (Mogotio Little Friends): 431
2. Kiplagat Lucy (Neswin Academy Solian): 430
3. Daniel Kipng'etich (Esageri Primary Sch): 428
4. Kiprop Onesmus (Mogotio Little Friends): 426
5. Siyabei Titus (Mogotio Little Friends): 423

6. Kipng'eno Raphael (Mogotio Little Friends): 421
7. Kiprono Victor (Mogotio Little Friends): 415
8. Faith chemutai (Aic visa oshwal) -414

9. Faith Jeruto (Marigat Town Fellowship)-411

10. Joy Jeptui( Atiar Primary) 411

Alongside these champions, there are others who surmounted real challenges of insecurity, trauma and hunger and managed to post sterling results like Joy Jeptui (Atiar primary) despite her mathematics teacher being killed days to the exam in the border of Tiaty and Baringo North Sub County and she performed well the exams. Kipng’etich Kipon (Makutani pry) -395, Jeremiah Silale (Kapindasum primary) -365 among others. May I also thank and congratulate the various choirs, cultural performers and artists that took part in the just concluded Cultural Music Festivals from the county level, regional level in Nanyuki and finally at National level in Kakamega. Well done.

Finally, the December festive season and the holidays are here with us yet again. The annual Baringo Cultural Festival and Kimalel Goat Auction will be held on a date in the third week of December 2017 and you are all invited to buy the tasty, naturally salted and flavoured Baringo goat for your family, friends, and workmates for enjoying this festive season. Even as we take time to join our families and friends in celebrating the various occasions and special days that come with this time, I urge you to stay safe, be cautious and indulge in moderation.

Ladies and Gentlemen, let me end by to wishing you all, a merry Christmas and a happy new year 2018.

Thank you very much.

God Bless Kenya, God Bless Baringo, and May God Bless each one of you.

Albinism

The International Day of People with Disability was marked in Baringo at a ceremony held at Kabarnet, Museum grounds.

The observance of Disability Day aims at encouraging a better understanding of people affected by various forms of disability as well as helping members of the so­ciety to be more aware of the rights, dignity and welfare of people with disabilities.

It also raises awareness about the benefits of integrating disabled persons into every aspect of life, from econom­ic, political, social as well as cultural.

CEC for Education, Sports, Culture and Social Services, Thomas Ole Nongonop said the County Government is keen on mainstreaming and conducting an intensive awareness in the societyespecially in rural areas on the im­portance of inclusivity and empow­erment of PWD’s so that they can be accorded an opportunity to take part in active roles as equal citizens.

Gender based Violence (GBV) greatly attributed to gender beliefs has continuously undermined women and girls particularly in pastoralist communities and mar­ginalized society.

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    October 4, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT- MEDIUM TRACKED DOZER WITH RIPPER 200-220 HP.

    October 4, 2016

  • Tirioko Ward Office Advert

    Tirioko Ward Office Advert

    September 27, 2016

  • RAVINE_MARKET_BLANK_TENDER_FINAL_2016

    RAVINE MARKET BLANK TENDER FINAL 2016

    September 26, 2016

  • PROVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLE, PLANT AND MACHINERY INSURANCE SERVICES

    July 1, 2016

  • HARDWARE, (PAINTS, DISTEMPERS, THINNERS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS), QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    July 1, 2016

  • Supply of GI, PVC Pipes and Fittings and Water Chemicals

    July 1, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert July 2016

    Health Tender Not

    July 1, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert

    Tender notice-Hea

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MEDICAL AND INDUSTRIAL GASES

    BRCG/TNR/6/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF X-RAY AND DENTAL ITEMS

    BRCG/TNR/5/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    BRCG/TNR/4/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF NON-PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRESSING MATERIALS

    BRCG/TNR/3/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF HUMAN MEDICINE

    BRCG/TNR/2/2016/2

    June 30, 2016

  • SUPPLY ELECTRICAL ITEMS, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES

    June 29, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PROVISIONS AND FOOD STUFF (E.G. BEEF, GOAT MEAT, MUTTON, CHICKEN, EGGS, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, ETC)

    June 29, 2016

  • Supply of Textile Items

    June 29, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    June 29, 2016

  • PRE-QUALIFICATION/REGISTRATION OF CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS AND SUPPLIERS FOR PROVISION OF GOODS & SERVICES

    June 29, 2016

  • TENDER NOTICE CLARIFICATION & ADDENDUM

    June 29, 2016

  • PROPOSED RENOVATION OF MARPROPOSPROPOSED RENOVATION OF MARKET SHED, MARKET STALLS, AND STORM WATER DRAINAGE AT ELDAMA RAVINE OLD MARK

    BILLS OF QUANTITIES

    June 22, 2016

  • HARDWARE, (PAINTS, DISTEMPERS, THINNERS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS), QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF FARM INPUTS, HERBICIDES, INSECTICIDE & PESTICIDE CHEMICALS, VETERINARY DRUGS & ANIMAL SPRAYS AND SPRAYING EQUIPMENT

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF OFFICE FURNITURE

    June 17, 2016

  • DESIGN, PRINTING AND SUPPLY OF ACCOUNTABLE DOCUMENTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND PLANT EQUIPMENT SPARE PARTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR CYCLES TYRES AND TUBES

    June 17, 2016

  • Supply of GI, PVC Pipes and Fittings and Water Chemicals

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY DISASTER MANAGENENT EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PETROLEUM, OILS AND LUBRICANTS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY ELECTRICAL ITEMS, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF OFFICE STATIONERY

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF PROVISIONS AND FOOD STUFF (E.G. BEEF, GOAT MEAT, MUTTON, CHICKEN, EGGS, FRUITS & VEGETABLES, ETC)

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF WOOD FUEL AND GAS

    June 17, 2016

  • Supply of Textile Items

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF MEDICAL AND INDUSTRIAL GASES

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF X-RAY AND DENTAL ITEMS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF LABORATORY REAGENTS AND GLASSWARE ITEMS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF NON-PHARMACEUTICALS AND DRESSING MATERIALS

    June 17, 2016

  • SUPPLY OF HUMAN MEDICINE

    June 17, 2016

  • PRE-QUALIFICATION/REGISTRATION OF CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS AND SUPPLIERS FOR PROVISION OF GOODS & SERVICES

    June 17, 2016

  • ADVERT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF TENDERS 2016/2017

    ADVERT FOR PREQUALIFICATION OF TENDERS 2016/201

    June 16, 2016

  • Health Services Advert June 2016

    Health Services Advert June 2016

    June 8, 2016

  • Water Advert June-2016

    Water Advert June-2016

    June 8, 2016

  • Water-Projects-advert-2016

    Invitation to Contractors Water Projects

    May 18, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of PROPOSED KETING KAPKURES FOOTBRIDGE

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of RIONGO CHEMUKUTAN Road

    BCG/TNR/176/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of PROPOSED-KAMALANGET-FOOTBRIDGE

    BCG/TNR/184/15/16

    April 22, 2016

  • ADDENDUM

    THIS IS TO INFORM

    April 22, 2016

  • Tender for CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR PREPARATION OF BARINGO COUNTY SPATIAL PLAN (2015-2025)

    TENDER NO BRCG/TNR/333/2015-2016

    April 22, 2016

  • COURTESY BUS TENDER

    April 22, 2016

  • Tender Proposal for Construction of County Offices at Kabarnet

    Tender Proposal for Construction of County Offi

    April 19, 2016

  • Invitation to tender for Proposed Water and Irrigation projects 2016

    Invitation to tender for Proposed Water and Irr

    April 14, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of CHERUMBO - KAKELIO - KAPTUYA PRIMARY

    BCG/TNR/190/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of ISHAKANIN-KAPTURO ROAD

    BCG/TNR/199/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Rotu-Kongor Road

    BCG/TNR/189/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Lodengo-Kerelion Road

    BCG/TNR/192/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of CHEPKALACHA - MUKUTANI ROAD

    BCG/TNR/191/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Mengmenti-Orusion Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of KEWANGOI-NGORMUS-KAMISIKO ROAD

    BCG/TNR/194/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Shabab-Umoja Road

    BCG/TNR/197/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of EbeneezerBridge-Bondeni Road

    BCG/TNR/193/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Nakoko-Akiriamet Road

    BCG/TNR/172/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of TURUTURU JUNCTION-LAKE KAPNAROK (7KM),DIVERSION TO VIEW POINT CAMPSITE(0.6KM),DIVERSION TO MAMBA CAMPSITE(1.4KM) ROAD

    BCG/TNR/194/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kipsaraman-Kapkomon-Rondinin Road

    BCG/TNR/198/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Mosuro-Sokotei Road

    BCG/TNR/187/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Chemoril-Adomeyon Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Standard-Tender-Document-for-PROPOSED HEADQUARTERS FOR BARINGO COUNTY GOVERNMENT

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw5sdeDd5XbDR

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kapketan-Kapyemit-Number Road

    BCG/TNR/175/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction for Yemit-Koitilil-Kapkechir-Kapkasum Road

    BCG/TNR/178/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Kapsimotwo-kabiyet-Luita Road

    BCG/TNR/181/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction for Nginyang-Pag Road

    BCG/TNR/196/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Arama Dispensary-Kaplelingor village road

    BCG/TNR/202/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Standard Tender Document for Construction of Eldama Ravine Hospital Road

    BCG/TNR/200/15/16

    April 12, 2016

  • Roads Tender Advert

    Roads Tender Advert

    April 12, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert New

    Health Tender Advert New

    April 12, 2016

  • Health Tender Advert

    Health Tender Notice

    April 5, 2016

  • Health Tenders 4/4/2016

    Health Tenders 4/4/2016

    April 4, 2016

  • BRCG-64-2015-2016

    Tender for Provision of Port Clrearing Services

    January 28, 2016

  • TENDER ADVERT: Department of Youth Affairs

    Provision for Conference Facilities

    January 27, 2016

  • BRCG-63-2015-2016

    Nakuru - Marigat Road Maintenance.

    January 27, 2016

  • BRCG-9-2015-2016

    Provisions and Food Stuff

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-22-201502016

    Provision of Fleet Management System

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-20-2015-2016

    HARDWARE, QUARRY AND TIMBER MATERIALS

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-18-2015-2016

    Office Furniture

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-19-2015-2016

    Farm Inputs, Herbicides & Pesticides

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-17-2015-2016

    DESIGN PRINT AND SUPPLY OF ACCOUNTABLE DOCUMENT

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-15-2015-2016

    Tyres and Tubes

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-14-2015-2016

    PIPES FITTINGS & WATER CHEMICALS

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-16-2015-2016

    MOTOR VEHICLES AND PLANT EQUIPMENT SPARE PARTS<

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-11-2015-2016

    Electrical Items, Fittings & Accessories

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-TNR-7-2015-2016

    Medical and Industrial Gases

    January 24, 2016

  • BRCG-13-2015-2016

    DISASTER MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

    November 5, 2015

  • PROVISION FOR MARIGAT - NAKURU ROAD TENDER

    BRCG-3000-2015-2016

    January 1, 1970

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