Deadline: 04-Sep-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is hiring a firm or organization to implement a detailed diagnosis, design business models and financial instruments, and provide policy recommendations to speed up clean bus implementation in 5 cities: Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Montevideo, Santiago, Sao Paulo. The consultancy firm will have to develop a detailed diagnosis, including i) detailed market study, including a diagnosis of supply and demand of bus financing, ii) a detailed investigation of bus operations, concessions agreements and procurement practices that hinder or facilitate the sector, iii) and the current regulations/subsidies schemes in each of the cities, defined both at local and national levels. From this diagnosis, the firm will design business models, propose financing mechanisms, provide policy recommendations, and training to relevant counterparts to disseminate the results and support the implementation of projects.
Deadline: 21-Jun-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The main purpose of the current Assignment is to obtain an updated market assessment, traffic, and revenue projections for Mexican Ports, based on recent developments in the region, as well as expected evolution of global trade and the changes underway in the international maritime industry.
The Consultant shall prepare 15 year, traffic and revenue forecasts for the Mexican port terminals covering the period (2017-32).
WASHINGTON, March 14, 2017 – A deeper economic integration among Latin American and Caribbean countries will make the region more competitive in international markets and boost long-term growth, according to a new World Bank report.
Deadline: 12-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
A baseline study in a statistical sample of households in communities targeted under the
‘Improving Access to Water Supply, Energy and Irrigation in Rural Areas Project’ will be carried out with funding provided by a WB Technical Assistance Programme, in selected communities and municipalities in the Departments of Chuquisaca, Potosi, Cochabamba and Oruro. The baseline data will provide inputs for the Project design, including the implementation strategy in its water supply, energy and irrigation components; and the design of the community development and behavior change activities. The study will also set a baseline to monitor the project results and adjust its design and implementation if needed.
Article published on http://www.worldbank.org on July 13, 2016.
Soon the world will celebrate the one-year anniversary of the historic climate agreement signed in Paris in December 2015. The agreement will be implemented through country-led greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction commitments known as their intended Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), which to date have been submitted by 189 countries covering 95 percent of global GHG emissions.
Apart from signaling concrete commitments, these reduction targets also offer a clear signpost of the investment direction countries need to follow as the global economy steers towards a low-carbon, climate-resilient pathway. Estimates point to between $57 trillion and $93 trillion in new low-carbon, climate resilient infrastructure investment by 2030. How developing countries evaluate and respond to their infrastructure needs will greatly determine their ability to meet GHG reduction commitments.
Accessing and finding tenders are one of the most time consuming activities when trying to work with financial institutions like the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). That is why the IDB has created the ConnectAmericas platform. The platform not only allows you to see the IDB tenders but also tenders from other Latin American & Caribbean companies who are looking for overseas partners.
With the slogan “Take the world with your hands”, the goal of the platform is to foster the internationalization of companies, in particular Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) by providing contacts, content (tenders), and financing options.
Deadline: 19-Jan-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is seeking consultant services to assess the current state of urban resilience in Central America and to identify policy actions and specific priority investments projects that can be implemented by selected cities.
Deadline: 17-Nov-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Within this context the participating countries have requested the WSP support to consolidate and expand the use of SIASAR. In response to this request, the Bank approved a Technical Assistance through WSP aimed to support the consolidation and expansion of SIASAR as a decision-making tool for policy formulation, planning, and resource allocation, thereby improving the quality and sustainability of RWSS service provision.
This article originally appeared on the Dutch Water Sector website.
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