Deadline: 21-Mar-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The IFCs FIG aims to reduce the agribusiness finance gap in emerging markets and achieve large-scale food-supply impact in Mozambique and Malawi, by providing financial institutions (FIs) with Investment and Advisory Services. FIG would like to hire a consulting firm to carry out a mapping exercise of the agricultural sector and some pre-selected crop value chains, aligned to the agricultural development policy and/ or strategy of each country. This will include a detailed analysis of the value chain actors and facilitators, the role and impact of FIs (banks, microfinance institutions, Savings and Credit Co-operatives) and an assessment of the existing and potential financial services delivery channels, especially agency banking and DFS, with respect to rural smallholder farmers.
Deadline: 05-Feb-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The consultancy is expected to contribute to the upscaling of nature-based approaches for urban flood risk management in Mozambique. Specific objectives are to: (1) identify lessons learnt from a green infrastructure pilot project in Beira, as well as legal, regulatory, and institutional constraints and opportunities for mainstreaming nature-based solutions for urban risk management in Mozambique; and (2) identify various options for nature-based and hybrid solutions to manage urban flood risks in two Mozambican cities and assess their effectiveness, costs, and benefits. The two pilot cities that were selected for consideration are Quelimane in Zambezia Province and Nacala in Nampula Province.
Deadline: 23-Nov-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: IFC is looking into supporting Electricidade de Mocambique (EdM) to increase the efficiency of its operational processes. The objective of the Technical Assistance (“TA”) assignment(the Project) is to strengthen EdMs treasury and risk management functions and to build capacity and skills within EdM. The Project will be conducted onsite at the EdMs offices in Maputo, Mozambique.
number could rise to 54 million.
. Yet, they are also at particular risk from overflowing rivers. Globally, river floods affect more than 21 million people. By 2030, due to climate change, population growth, and rapid urbanization, this
How can we enjoy the benefits these locations bring, without putting ourselves at unnecessary danger from floods?
While it is impossible to fully eliminate flood risk, actions can be taken to minimize the impact.
A proactive river basin-wide approach to flood risk management may be one of the solutions.
Deadline: 30-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is seeking an experienced senior Land Use Planning Specialist consultant (LUPS), who would be based in Maputo (ideally for 100% of his/ her time) to provide technical support and advice on the following:
a) Design and implmentation of the World Bank program of technical assistance on land use planning (LAUREL), intended to support integrated decision making for landscape management across sectors and levels of government
b) Design and implmentation of Mozambique’s National Territorial Development Plan (PNDT in the Portuguese acronym)
The contract would have an initial duration 150 days, with the possibility of extension, subject to performance and funding.
Deadline: 30-Nov-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Agriculture is the major source of income for rural households in Mozambique (province of Tete). Market orientation however is strikingly low especially for women with most of the farmers specializing in staple or subsistence crops. The World Bank invites interested parties to submit expressions of interest for implementation of an intervention that will provide women farmers with (i) agricultural extension training, and (ii) noncognitive/behavioural skills training. Continue reading
Deadline: 03-Oct-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
This pilot will engage a program manager to (a) select around 8 existing agricultural aggregator schemes in Mozambique and support them with subsidies to incorporate around 4,800 additional out-growers (in total);and (b) design and implement a rigorous cost-benefit evaluation of the financial and economic sustainability of the schemes and of their impact on job creation and farmer incomes, over a 30 month period. The program manager will work in close cooperation with a supervisory committee of World Bank Group staff and technical experts, who will sign off on the choice of aggregators, the amount of incremental subsidy per new out-grower incorporated; and on the evaluation methodology.
Deadline: 29-Sep-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Provide training to smallholder farmers living in Ile District, Zambezia Province on fire control and management (for 6,500 farmers) and conservation agriculture (for a subset of 2,500 farmers). Provide planting seed and disease resistant cassava stalks to 2,500 farmers.