Deadline: 09-Dec-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The RWSS Project scope would entails on-lending the funds to approximately 17 Central and Mekong Delta Provinces. These TORs refer to technical assistance services to promote scaling up private sector participation (PSP) in the scope of the tentative RWSS Project, to be carried out over an 18-month period, which is expected to begin approximately in December 2020. The technical assistance is intended to raise the capacity of central and provincial government officials and other stakeholders to understand better the PSP options for RWS and to design, procure, carry out and monitor rural water supply (RWS) investment sub-projects proposed by the provinces, particularly to increase PSP in terms of both capital investments and technical expertise for management of the rural water schemes. The RWSS Project, both technical assistance and lending, would be intended to have a measurable impact on access to RWS, Sustainability, Climate Resilience, Pro-poor Impact, and PSP of RWS in the participating provinces.
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.
Deadline: 08-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of this assignment is to engage a firm to extend technical support to Jharkhand state in scaling up rural sanitation for a period of two years, with a provision to extend services if required.
The Technical Service Unit (TSU) will provide technical assistance to SBM rural program, including strengthening institutional capacity in areas like knowledge management, behavioral change communication , action learning, solid and liquid waste management options, program delivery, monitoring and verification systems and any other areas of demand as expressed by the state. It will work closely with the nodal department of SBM in the state, coordinate with district level functionaries and other stakeholders in the state and build and maintain strong partnerships with existing World Bank projects and other development partners that work at scale.
Deadline: 11-Jan-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Through this assignment WASAC wishes to review the current approach to the development and delegation of rural water services to the private sector in Rwanda and make recommendations for the improvement and optimization this approach. This assignment will also support WASAC to identify projects that could be developed as pilot PPPs under an enhanced/improved PPP model in partnership with the WBG.