eC2: Reporting on EU Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive and Structured Implementation and Information Framework

Deadline: 03-Jul-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Waste water plant

On January 28, 2019, The World Bank (WB) and the Ministry of Waters and Forests (MWF) have agreed to a Reimbursable Advisory Service (RAS) contract for the delivery of Technical Support to Romania for analyzing and addressing the challenges for meeting the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive (UWWTD Directive 91/271/EEC) requirements. The Bank has been asked by the Government of Romania to provide technical assistance for i) updating the National Plan for implementation of UWWTD; ii) updating the national mechanisms for monitoring and evaluation of UWWTD implementation; and iii) drafting recommendations towards development of a National Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) Strategy.
The objective of the required services will be to assist the World Bank team in recommending how to update the national mechanism for monitoring, evaluation and reporting on UWWTD implementation in Romania and implement the Structured Implementation and Information.

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Five ways to do better post-disaster assessments

Post-disaster assessments changed my life by starting my career in disaster risk 29098244797_4d265740f6_kmanagement. Three months after arriving in Indonesia as the World Bank’s environment coordinator, the Indian Ocean tsunami and related earthquakes struck Aceh and Nias at the end of 2004. I was asked to pull together the economic evaluation of the disaster’s environmental impact as part of what was then known as a damage-and-loss assessment. Subsequently, the World Bank, United Nations and European Union agreed on a joint approach to crisis response in 2008, including a common methodology for post-disaster needs assessment (PDNA).

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eC2: Targeted Assistance to Building EU Export Capacity for Moldovan producers of agro-food products

Deadline:  26-Jul-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)ml-can-a-nation-build-its-future-if-it-cannot-feed-its-children-five-policy-actions-to-transform-crop-and-livestock-farming-in-mali-780x439

The main objective of this program is to support Moldovan agri-food companies in establishing a sustainable export position on international/EU markets through targeted assistance in meeting EU market requirements, delivery of knowledge of the European markets, as well as providing opportunities for entering these markets.

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