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MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND WATER RESOURCES
NATIONAL REFORESTATION AND WATERSHED
The National Reforestation and Watershed Rehabilitation Programme (NRWRP) is an implementation
project unit of the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. The main function of the
NRWRP is to establish and maintain forest plantations on state lands through community involvement.
Following this mandate, the NRWRP is seeking to invite Expressions of Interest from business providers
to participate in any or all of the following areas;
- Protection and Rehabilitation of deforested areas.
- Seedling Supply
Applicants must provide the following information:-
1. Name of Business
2. Business Registration Number
3. Contact Number
4. What type of projects has your company undertaken?
5. Areas of Interest
6. References (two)
7. Provide additional information e.g. experience that qualifies your company to work with the
National Reforestation and Watershed Rehabilitation Programme.
Expressions of interest must be submitted by hand or via mail on or before the 30th of October 2014.
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Germain moved provi-
sionally up to second
place in the French
league yesterday after
rallying to beat Lens 3-1
in a chaotic match which
saw three players sent
off.PSG was again missing
star striker Zlatan Ibrahi-
movic with a heel injury
and fell behind in the 10th
minute when forward
Adamo Coulibaly scored
on a quick break.
Cabaye equalised with his
first PSG goal in the 28th
and Brazilian defender
Maxwell put coach Lau-
rent Blanc's side ahead in
Then, Lens defender
Jean-Philippe Gbamin was
sent off as striker Edinson
Cavani earned a penalty.
But after Cavani con-
verted the spot kick, he
too was red-carded after
picking up two yellow
cards in quick succession,
and moments later Lens
midfielder Jerome Le
Moigne also got sent off.
PSG is one point above
Bordeaux and four behind
league leader Marseille.
Marseille bids for an
eighth straight win when
it faces Toulouse at home
on Sunday, with striker
Andre-Pierre Gignac in
the best form of his career
after scoring 10 goals in
10 games for club and
country so far this sea-
Ibrahimovic sat out for
a fifth straight league
game as he waits for a heel
injury to clear up and
Argentina winger Ezequiel
Lavezz remains sidelined
with a hamstring injury.
Although Blanc said in his
pre-match news confer-
LONDON---Fifa s ethics chairman will release his
findings into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding
contests next month, without making the investi-
gation report public.
Fifa has been under pressure to release prosecutor
Michael Garcia's report into the bid process that led
to the awarding of the 2018 World Cup to Russia and
the 2022 tournament to Qatar. Garcia called last month
for "appropriate publication" from the 430 pages of
evidence reports submitted by his investigative team
to ethics chairman Joachim Eckert.
But Eckert said publishing the report would put Fifa
and its ethics committee "in a very difficult situation
legally," and instead pledged to release a statement after
assessing the documents by mid-November.
"The statement will contain an overview of the
investigation report, a summary of the main findings,
conclusions and recommendations of the report, as
well as a brief evaluation of the same," Eckert said in
an interview published yesterday on Fifa's website.
With Fifa's reputation badly damaged by the lingering
fallout from the World Cup bid votes in 2010 by its
executive committee, leading executives wanted the
Garcia report published.
But FIFA is citing its ethics code to prevent that
"We have to respect the personal rights of the people
mentioned in the report, which in the case of full pub-
lication of the report would in all likelihood not be
possible," Eckert said. "The main requirement is that
personal rights must not be damaged."
Several voters in the 2010 contest have since resigned
from Fifa while under investigation for financial wrong-
doing, and others have been subject to accusations of
Mohamed bin Hammam, who was later expelled
from world football over financial wrongdoing, has
been accused by Britain's Sunday Times newspaper
of buying influence for Qatar's 2022 bid. Qatar has
denied corruption allegations and said the former Asian
Football Confederation president played no role in its
bid committee. (AP)
WCup bid findings to be
released in November
MADRID---Real Madrid has been
given a tough draw to defend its Copa
del Rey title, with possible matches
against Atletico Madrid and
Barcelona in its path before the semi-
Madrid and 2013 champion Atletico
would meet if both advance past third-
division opponents in the round of 32,
the first with top division teams.
Barcelona, last year's runner-up with
a record 26 cups, could be waiting in
"It will be more difficult to reach
the final than last year," Madrid coach
Carlo Ancelotti said. "It's the most
complicated part (of the bracket), but
that's the draw and we have to accept
it." Madrid and Atletico both travel to
Barcelona to start the round of 32.
Madrid will play Cornella and Atletico
Barcelona, meanwhile, will play
third-tier club Huesca.
Sevilla, Valencia and Athletic Bilbao
are all on the other side of the bracket
from the winners of the last three edi-
The round of 32 will be on December
3 and 17, except for Madrid's match
with Cornella, which will be played
on October 29 and December 3
because of Madrid's participation in
the Club World Cup. (AP)
Madrid gets tough draw in Copa del Rey
ence that center half Thi-
ago Silva was available
after more than two
months out with a ham-
string injury, the Brazilian
did not make the squad.
Moments after goal-
keeper Rudy Riou had
kicked away Cavani's shot,
Nomenjanahary got past
right back Gregory van der
Wiel and teed up
Coulibaly on the left of
the penalty area, and his
shot deflected off Thiago
Motta before going in.
PSG equalised when
playmaker Javier Pastore
did well to stop the ball
going out of play and
Maxwell crossed it to
Cabaye, who beat Riou
with a first-time shot.
Maxwell then netted with
a dipping shot after Riou
had punched away a long
ball from midfielder
Cavani dispatched a
penalty after going down
under what appeared very
minimal contact from
But his joy was short-
The first yellow was
what appeared to be anti-
sporting behavior toward
Lens fans as he celebrated
his goal and he collected
a second yellow for argu-
ing with referee Nicolas
Rainville in the 56th.
Rainville then sent off Le
Moigne two minutes later,
as he collected a second
yellow for shoving
In today's games, it is:
Lorient vs Saint-Etienne;
Lille vs Guingamp; Metz
vs Rennes; Monaco vs
Evian; Nantes vs Reims,
and Nice vs Bastia.
In tomorrow's other
games, xx-place Bordeaux
hosts Caen and Lyon takes
on Montpellier. (AP)
PSG up to 2nd place after 3-1 win
PSG's Maxwell, left, and Lens' Pablo Chavarria challenge for the ball during their League
One football match Lens against Paris Saint Germain at Stade de France stadium in Saint
Denis, outside Paris, France, yesterday. PSG won 3-1. AP PHOTO
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