Deadline: 21-Apr-2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Health Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, Pakistan, intends to undertake a diagnostic / pre-feasibility study of upto 4 sites across the KP province to develop 300-500 beds hospital(s). The study is expected to evaluate preliminary i) technical and environmental & social viability of the site ii) healthcare service demand and gap iii) investor review and iv) capital and operating cost estimate. IFC intends to appoint a consortium of international and local technical and environmental & social consultant to undertake this study.
The outcome of the study would enable the KP government to undertake the project(s) under Public Private Partnership mode.
Deadline: 16-Nov-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objectives of the consultancy is (i) to analyze policy and institutional gaps; (ii) to conduct Blue Public Expenditure Review (PER); (iii) to assess monitoring risks to sustainability and ground evidence for decision-making; and (iv) based on these analysis and assessment, to develop Blue Economy (BE) development roadmap in Pakistan.
(1) Policy and institutional gap analysis and vision consultation in support of the blue economy:
Assessing existing policies and overarching institutional setup and identify the gaps for integrated Blue economy roadmap development. The consulting firm will also work closely and review consistency with another assessment of blue economy and coastal blue carbon for revised NDC.
Deadline: 09-Mar-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Existing railway track from Karachi to Hyderabad is an important corridor for freight and passenger movement between Karachi and inland Provinces. The freight exchange has vital significance for the economic development of Pakistan. Existing railway alignment between Karachi to Hyderabad is facing problem of congestion, over stressed track structure and outdated signaling and telecommunication system. Upgrading or constructing a new double line link is therefore required to resolve these issues.
The objectives of the study is to conduct and technical and commercial feasibility study for Karachi-Hyderabad ( passenger and freight line) and Karachi-Pipri (dedicated freight corridor).
Deadline: 07-Oct-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Scope of Work
The assignment has four components:
(i) Develop RE Competitive Bidding Strategy, including volume and timeline recommendations, type of bidding, roles of key agencies, and ensuring maximum economic benefit over the long-term;
(ii) Procurement Framework for Competitive Bidding, including consideration of qualification requirements, winner selection process, and sellers liabilities;
(iii) Stakeholder Consultations and Capacity Building, including regular workshops, briefings, and other engagement to ensure that all key federal and provincial agencies, and private sector developers and investors, are consulted regularly;
(iv) RE Competitive Bidding Action Plan, including a capacity assessment of key agencies, communication strategy, and immediate next steps for implementation.
Deadline: 22-Aug-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank recently completed a study in Pakistan (Sindh Province) through the Private Health Sector Assessment in Pakistan (P164409) and shared the Policy Note For Better Quality and More Integrated PHC Services in Sindh Province: Options Paper with the provincial government counterparts and key stakeholders. This report highlighted that a platform for continuous dialogue between the private and public health sectors is currently absent in the Sindh health system, and could provide a useful entry-point for discussions and sustainable partnerships. In this light, the World Bank, in collaboration with the GoS will support the engagement of key stakeholders through facilitating a Public-Private Dialogue Platform (PPD). This structured forum, will initially be supported by the World Bank, and will consist of quarterly meetings of a consultative group organized in workshop-style discussions, allowing for short presentations to introduce topics or share background information.