Deadline: 23-Mar-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank provides technical assistance to the Government of Myanmar to support technical solutions for Chin State by hiring an international consulting firm to prepare a hazard and vulnerability assessment for road rehabilitation to inform planned investments under the Myanmar Floods and Landslides Emergency Recovery Project in Chin State in Myanmar. The overall objective of the assignment is to contribute to the increase of capacities of the relevant ministries and agencies of the Government of Myanmar in the adoption of appropriate natural hazard assessment approaches in designing transport and infrastructure. The activity will (i) help provide technical solutions on geohazards specifically for Kalay Hakha road, based on an assessment of hazards; (ii) draw out lessons along the above process, including data gaps and recommend technical and monitoring solutions for improvement; (iii) and provide capacity building for the Ministry of Construction on this practice. The assignment is expected to be completed within the period of an estimated six months upon mobilization.
Deadline: 16-Sep-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of this assignment is to update the national methodology for Flood Hazard and Risk Mapping to respond to requirements from the EC regarding the integration of Climate Change and the emerging need to incorporate an approach to assess the risk of Pluvial Flooding. The consultant will be required to implement the following tasks:
Task 1. Refine the flood hazard and risk mapping method to include pluvial flooding and flash floods.
Task 2. Refine the methodology to assess coastal flood hazard.
Task 3. Refine the methodology to incorporate Climate Change allowances in the flood risk assessments.
Task 4. Vulnerability and risk assessment.
Deadline: 03-Dec-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of this assignment is the update of the National Flood Risk Assessment Methodology for stage I and II of the FRMP, and implementation of stage I of the FRMP: Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) and identification of associated APSFR in accordance with the EU Flood Directive and the national Water Act, and based on the updated (and approved) methodology. Bulgaria is an EU member state and covers 4 River Basins or Units of Management; Black Sea River Basin, Danube River Basin, East Aegean River Basin and West Aegean River Basin. This assignment covers the entire country and should be built upon the work done for the 1st cycle FRMP.