Deadline: 19-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of this consultancy is to design and implement a capacity building program for community forestry that will benefit the implementation of the ASL projects in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. The process should involve a comprehensive study tour that will provide an opportunity for the participants to learn from successful cases and receive technical knowledge. Considering similarities with the conditions of the ASL projects, it is suggested that the study tour considers learning from the community management experiences In the Guatemala Maya Biosphere Reserve. Due to previous engagement in forest community, working with the Association of Forest Communities of Peten (ACOFOP) and the NGO PRIMSA would be required.
The capacity building program should also encourage the establishment of a community of learners among the beneficiaries, offering them with tools to become trainers of peers in their own countries and within their projects. The program shall also result in a set of guidelines to allow scaling up for other participants, exchanges and topics.
Deadline: 06-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
São Paulo has approximately 6,500 signaled crossings a system which was first
established in the 70s. Since then, it underwent through two major attempts of technological renewal, without success. The public perception is of a system prone to failure, especially during rainy season. Last year, more than 35k incidents were reported. 70% of failures are due to wear and tear on equipment. The system is vulnerable to Brazilian inconstant power grid. Finally, most lights operate without central communication.
The WB is selecting a firm to provide technical advice to the City of Sao Paulo on their smart traffic lights program, with resources from the UK Prosperity Fund for Mobility. Considering the current infrastructure and traffic in São Paulo as well as the maturity of available solutions, the TA will compare technologies and develop an economic analysis to propose a strategy of gradual investments in the system to obtain increasing levels of service and sustainability.
Deadline: 19-Feb-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: IFC is seeking a consulting firm to provide support in promoting the open call for applications and in supporting the implementation of field testing/demonstration projects. Specific responsibilities under this assignment include: 1) Promoting the TechEmerge Brazil Health program, including the Open Call for applications. 2) Managing and overseeing the implementation of the selected pilot projects to receive support and grant funding under the TechEmerge Brazil Health program. Includes collecting the required documentation for pilot project approval/kick-off, working with Innovators to receive monthly reporting, holding monthly progress update calls with Innovators and Providers, and conducting at least one onsite visit per pilot project. 3) Administering, monitoring and reporting on grant funding made to Brazilian healthcare providers, in line with approved allocations, to support the implementation of pilot projects.
Deadline: 06-Aug-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
IFC has been mandated by the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro, through its Secretary of Services, to provide lead transaction advice on the implementation of a PPP to expand, refurbish, maintain the current lighting stock with modern lighting technology and build and implement a centralized OCC. The project is expected to improve public lighting services to the population, generate energy savings (and thereby avoided GHG emissions) and support the improvement of public safety. IFC is looking to hire a consultant to provide support on the development of the PPP throughout the main phases of the advisory process: Phase I(Structuring) and Phase II(Procurement).
The main objective of this assignment shall be to support IFC in the analysis and selection of urban patrimony and special areas within the city and to develop projects and guidelines to be implemented in these areas. Continue reading →
Deadline: 28-Apr-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The purpose of the consultancy to be contracted is to propose packages of carbon pricing instruments and possible adjustments to existing sectoral policy instruments to maximize the economic efficiency of implementing the post-2020 PNMC objectives. The macroeconomic impacts of the proposed instrument packages will be assessed in MRP Component.
This polluted bay will be the scene of the OIympic water sports venues in August 2016.
A Dutch consortium of government, companies, knowledge institutes and NGOs has joined forces to help Rio de Janeiro to structurally clean up their polluted Guanabara Bay. On 30 June a Dutch delegation presented the ‘Clean Urban Delta Initiative’ to the secretary for the environment of the State of Rio de Janeiro André Corrêa.
The World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank are so enthusiastic about the Dutch approach that they would like to help make the proposed approach a success. Continue reading →
The World Bank now invites eligible firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc. for firms; CV and cover letter for individuals). The tender concerns a climate mitigation scenarios study and the analysis of potential GHG emission reductions for the city of Rio de Janeiro. Continue reading →
The World Bank is looking for a consultant to perform a study to improve water security and services in the Brazilian state of Paraíba. The study will support the State of Paraíba in preparing a strategic action plan to improve water security and access to water services. This will include development of an investment plan and recommendations for state policies, instruments and management models with regard to water resources management, water services regulation and provision in order to support sustainable, resilient and inclusive development.