Deadline: 10-Feb-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
IFC is seeking a firm or a consortium of firms (‘the Consultant”) to identify and assess potential waste sector opportunities in both the near and medium-term for IFC and private sector financing in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan.
As such, the Consultant is expected to conduct:
(1) A review of the institutional and regulatory frameworks in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan for possible private sector involvement and subnational financing in the waste sector;
(2) A market assessment that includes a mapping of existing and future solid waste projects in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan; and
(3) A preliminary review (including technical and commercial criteria) of selected projects.
The Challenge aims to identify and support disruptive technologies and innovative approaches to landscape restoration in the Aral Sea region (Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan). The challenge will select innovators (individuals or entities) from around the world to change the lives of millions of people in the Aral Sea region. Proposals obtaining the best scores will obtain Recognition and Awards in the form of cash and/or in-kind.
This is your opportunity to help change millions of lives, while showcasing your innovative idea before a global audience.
Join the Challenge, get recognition from experts and international organizations, and become part of a restoration community.
Deadline: 14-Jan-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
This assignment is to undertake an evidence-based analysis of the contribution of plastic waste to water pollution in the rivers and water bodies in Sri Lanka, in order to: (1) inform investment priorities to manage clean-up of rivers and water bodies in Colombo and beyond; (2) inform new policies aiming at preventing plastic in water bodies and contribute to practical solutions to improve land-based waste management services such as collection, recycling, and treatment, and contribute towards circular economy agenda; (3) inform and strengthen the diagnostic study on riverine pollution, focusing on defining the value-chain of collection, sorting reuse and recycling of riverine waste in Sri Lanka; and (4) understand and further develop local and community-based or small private sector-based approaches for plastics interception and reuse / recycling of collected solid waste.
Deadline: 12-Jan-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Specific activities include: (1) conduct a market needs assessment of cold chain infrastructure and logistics in livestock value chains in Bangladesh, by assessing gaps and needs among different user groups, and identifying adapted technical, management and institutional solutions; and (2) develop policy and practical guidance notes to enable policy action and support the design of investment in clean and efficient cooling and along livestock value chains.
Deadline: 11-Jan-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
A study to provide strategic analysis on the role that offshore wind could play in meeting future power demand and presents different options of industry development pathways for future activities in the Philippines.