eC2: Cote d’Ivoire: Open Cities Abidjan

Deadline: 30-Dec-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) index.jpeg

The consulting services requested under this assignment include:
– Review existing geospatial data for the city of Abidjan, available under an ODBL-compatible license; consolidate and conflate all geospatial layers in OpenStreetMap;
– Organize and conduct community mapping campaigns to record baseline information in flood risk areas of Abidjan;
– Capture videos and photos of OpenStreetMap data collection activities, that will be used as promotional and educational material;
– Provide training to different groups of people from the academia, government departments and the local OpenStreetMap community on the use of mapping software and field data collection tools.

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eC2: Consultancy Services for Capacity Building for GIS-based Revenue Collection System and Geospatial Data Infrastructure in Zanzibar

Deadline: 26-Apr-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Connectworld-810x321

Objective: The objective of this consultancy is to support Zanzibar Government in strengthening the planning and design of ICT-based urban governance activities and systems, namely, GIS-based revenue collection system and ZAN-SDI, and enhance the capacity of the Zanzibar stakeholders and the Property Tax Implementation Unit to operate and manage these developed systems. This will assist to improve e-Governance system in related areas such as land and property management and valuation, revenue collection, land use planning, and urban resilience/disaster risk management. The activities will include assessment of the current systems and gaps of the ICT and geo-spatial capacity, provision of technical assistance and complementary initiatives, and recommendations to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the ICT-based governance tools supported by ZUSP or other donor-funded projects. It will also include capacity building and knowledge dissemination activities.

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eC2: GIS- Based electrification Study for the ECOWAS Regional Access Project

U.S. Electricity Output Rose 6.2% From A Year EarlierDeadline:  21-Mar-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective:  The objective of this assignment is to prepare a geospatial analysis and present the least cost options for electrification for villages located within the radio of 100 km of the substations of the OMVG in The Gambia and Guinea Bissau, and the Substations of the OMVS in Mali. The analysis will provide detailed estimation of investment and operating cost requirements.
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