Deadline:03-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

In each of the key sectors which are the main contributors of air pollution in Grsolid wasteeater Cairo and water pollution in the Nile Delta, an analysis will be undertaken to determine the key abatement and policy measures to adhere to good practice international standards. The key sectors of analysis are: (i) waste; (ii) agriculture: (iii) sanitation: (iv) energy; (vi) transport; and (vii) industry.


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eConsultant2:Assessment of the financial sustainability of the water supply and sanitation (WSS) sector in Haiti

Deadline: 08-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

In this context,the WB will hire a consulting Firm to develop:
1. An assessment of the financial sustainability of WSS service providers in urban areas and small towns;Waste water plant
2. A proposal for a set of ambitious but achievable goals to improve the financial performance of WSS service providers in the medium and long term, indicating and costing the required lines of action to support them in achieving said goals;
3. An assessment of the financial sustainability – in the medium and long term of the WSS sector institutional structure in place (both the central & deconcentrated level)

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eConsultant2: Qualitative/Interview Data Collection for Sunaula Hazar Din Community Action for Nutrition Project in Nepal

Deadline: 01-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The objective of this assignment is to collect high quality qualitative data on situations,Survey activities, and perceptions of SHD stakeholders, including participating community members and project staff including coaches (facilitators). The collected qualitative/interview data will be the foundation for a qualitative assessment to be conducted by the World Bank team which aims at further drawing lessons and implications for the on-going SHD project design and implementation.

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Tackling Childhood Nutrition with the Help of Social Enterprises

World Bank Posted: February 4, 2016

Children are served hot food at the local Angawadi center. RMF works to ensure mothers are aware their children can access government services like these centers.

When Deepali Sharma arrived at Jivendra Mavde’s village in Madhya Pradesh, India two DSC00085_sized.jpgyears ago, Jivendra was severely malnourished. At just over a year-old, his body was nothing more than skin and bones: his skin hung from his arms and legs as if it were baggy clothing. His inviting eyes were the only part of his body that showed energy, movement, and life.

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eConsultant2:Odisha Hospitals Project: Hospital Planning and Design Consultant

Deadline:04-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

IFC will advise the Government of Odisha, India to roll out a network of betweeHospitaln 6-12 low cost hospitals across the state on a PPP basis.

These hospitals will be designed to provide modern and quality healthcare services at affordable rates for the next few decades in the state.

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What’s wrong with how we do impact evaluation?

World Bank Blog Submitted by Markus Goldstein On Thu, 02/11/2016. Click here to go to the World Bank Website

Neil Shah, Paul Wang, Andrew Fraker and Daniel Gastfriend of IDinsight, make a case for what they call decision focused impact evaluation. What, you may ask is a deciFinancial Educationsion focused impact evaluation? Shah and co. define it as one which “prioritises the implementer’s decision-making needs over potential contributions to global knowledge. They contrast these to what they call knowledge focused evaluations which are “those primarily designed to build global knowledge about development interventions and theory.”

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eConsultant2:Maputo and Antananarivo Household Survey

Deadline:29-Feb-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)Survey

The project will carry out a geo-referenced household survey in Greater Maputo and Antananarivo to gain some insights on the impact of and the trade-offs between location characteristics, welfare, risks, access to infrastructure and services, as well as land value.

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eConsultant2: TA for supporting Kenya’s devolution process

Deadline: 29-Feb-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

This consultancy will have three main objectives:

(a) to carry out an institutional review of how different counties are dealing with theSenegal-Woman-at-Well-800ir water utilities in providing water and sanitation services and provide some good practices from best performing counties and utilities, both nationally and internationally;
(b) to support Kiambu County to conceptualize and implement the clustering process; and
(c) develop material and organize forums to support knowledge exchange and peer-to-peer learning for counties nationally.

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eConsultant2: Development of e-government procurement Strategy

Deadline: 02-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The Technical Assistance (TA) will help the government prepare itself with the different Financial Educationpreparatory tools, documents and capacities. Improving Readiness for e-Procurement – one of the components under the Grant includes the activities to develop e-GP Strategy, carry out extensive Business Process Reengineering (BPR) of the Procurement Processes and practices, development of e-GP guidelines, and development of business, functional and technical specifications and bidding document for the implementation of e-GP System in Zimbabwe.

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eConsultant2:Consultant on Crop Marketing Services

Deadline:  22-Feb-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Mobile in Africa

The scope of work will consist of three components:
1)Design of a training program on crop marketing and sales for grain and oilseed producers;
2)Provide grain and oilseed producers with market and analytical information;
3)Develop an innovative digital marketing and sales decision support tools for SME farmers.

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