Deadline: 23-Dec-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
understanding the political economy drivers and constraints that influence change and cooperation within the countries and regionally, to achieve sustainable blue economy practices and sound management of coastal areas in North Africa;
(iii) Map out challenges, opportunities and priority measures of intervention for sustainable coastal and blue economy practices with stakeholders including potential trade-offs and;
(iiii) Identify gaps in funding and potential interest for additional investments from donors and organizations in the sector.
Deadline: 01-Feb-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The purpose of the 2016 Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Review is to prepare a status report on the CSP technology, market and industry, covering all segments (and not just the large-scale plants), updating previous studies dating back to 2013 to reflect recent market developments, policy changes and climate change mitigation commitments following COP21 trends briefly discussed in the background section. It will thus guide the work of the whole CTF MENA CSP TA, helping to focus on activities that are the most likely to have an impact on the ground.
See full tender here: # 1210394 CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER (CSP) 2016 REVIEW
eConsultant2 website: https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org
Tender notification: # 1210394
- DZ – Algeria
- EG – Egypt, Arab Republic of
- JO – Jordan
- LY – Libya
- MA – Morocco
- TN – Tunisia
On Friday, April 24, the Board of Directors of the World Bank will decide on a proposed project in Morocco to improve primary health in rural areas, involving a total of $100 million from the World Bank, for a total of over $220 million.
The stated Project Development Objective is to expand access to primary healthcare in targeted rural areas in the Program Area. The operation will contribute to the Government’s health sector program by disbursing funds against achievements of the following key results: (a) expanding equitable access to primary care in rural areas; and (b) improving health system governance at the primary level.