Deadline: 25-Apr-2022 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The main objective of this assignment is to develop a national and transboundary water resilient strategy for Botswana. This study will quantitatively assess the climate change risks of water resources management and development alternatives vis-à-vis other identified risks unrelated to such change. The study will include a roadmap for a phased adaptation leading to increased multi-dimensional resilience of the Botswana water resources system using Decision-Making Under Uncertainty Methodologies (DMDU). The assessment will evaluate tradeoffs across in-country water management and services investments as well as the three transboundary options (Chobe-Zambezi transfer, Lesotho-Botswana transfer, and desalination from Namibia). See detailed file with request for expression of interest.
Deadline: 24-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Advisory Services in Public Private Partnerships (PPP) unit of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), is in discussions with the Government of Botswana (GoB) to engage as the lead transaction advisor to structure and implement a project to upgrade the existing Glen Valley Wastewater Treatment facility in Gaborone to enable water reuse, under a PPP model. In anticipation of its engagement, IFC is soliciting expressions of interest from Engineering Consulting Firms with specialized experience in secondary and tertiary wastewater treatment plant design and – in particular – wastewater reuse.
Deadline: 16-May-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The SADC Disaster Risk Reduction Strategic Plan lays out the following key activities: To strengthen governance, legal and institutional framework at all levels of DRR in the region. Facilitate the identification, assessment and monitoring of disaster risks and support the enhancement of early warning systems at all levels. Promote the usage and management of information and knowledge, innovation and education to build a culture of safety and resilience at all levels in the SADC region; Ensure that DRR becomes a national and local priority with a strong institutional basis for implementation; and The integration of preparedness and emergency response into national and regional DRR interventions.
The Government of Botswana has requested the World Bank for technical assistance to develop a renewable energy strategy for Botswana. In response, the World Bank (Client) intends to apply part of the proceeds of a grant from the Africa Renewable Energy Access (AFREA) program to engage the services of a consultant (Consultant) to develop a comprehensive renewable energy strategy for Botswana, with an emphasis on solar energy.