eC2: Private sector diagnostic in the waste sector in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan

Deadline:  10-Feb-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)  water

IFC is seeking a firm or a consortium of firms (‘the Consultant”) to identify and assess potential waste sector opportunities in both the near and medium-term for IFC and private sector financing in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan.

As such, the Consultant is expected to conduct:

(1) A review of the institutional and regulatory frameworks in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan for possible private sector involvement and subnational financing in the waste sector;

(2) A market assessment that includes a mapping of existing and future solid waste projects in Morocco, Egypt and Jordan; and

(3) A preliminary review (including technical and commercial criteria) of selected projects.

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Early Childhood Education in Morocco: A Critical Window of Opportunities

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While good quality ECD is important for all children, it is essential to support the development of children in disadvantaged settings. Indeed, various studies have demonstrated how investment in ECD can help reduce inequality and break the cycle of poverty.

As Nobel laureate Professor James Heckman put it, “Children raised in disadvantaged environments are not only much less likely to succeed in school or society, but they are also much less likely to be healthy adults.” Effective early childhood programs can lead to improved economic prospects of children by helping them gain the foundational skills they need to be more productive in the future workforce.

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eConsultant2: Morocco Lighting Transformation Program

Deadline: 03-Apr-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The Program will contribute to the energy efficiency transformation of Moroccos Public solar-energyLighting through the effective implementation of a carefully chosen and integrated mix of project components. This is intended to be achieved by identifying and developing appropriate mechanisms for addressing and removing several market and institutional barriers that are currently restricting the adoption and implementation of energy efficient technologies and practices in the public sector, such as the lack of awareness and incentives, insufficient implementation capacity, and limited access to financing.

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Integrated urban water management in Morocco

Bangladesh partnershipDeadline: 07-Nov-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The objective of this component of the Programmatic Activity is to review the array of solutions that could form part of an integrated approach to urban water management in Morocco as considered through different perspectives including engineering feasibility, economic and financial implications, institutional requirements, and political-economy/stakeholder reality.

See full tender here: # 1202473 Integrated urban water management in Morocco A review of options to address water scarcity

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Tender notification: # 1202473

Assignment Countries:

• MA – Morocco