Deadline: 29-Aug-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
A carbon registry is required to perform two basic functions (i) determine the quantity of carbon units held by account holders and (ii) enable the exchange of carbon units between account holders. with the support from the Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR), the Government of Sri Lanka aims to design a national registry system for recording project or mitigation action details, registration and approval, reporting of monitoring data, and the transactional features of carbon units. The registry is an essential tool through which the success of the mechanism will be measured and improved. It will be used for all reporting, collecting, and checking purposes, storing compliance data and identifying any cases of enforcement. It will also track the emissions and trading activity for registered users over the life of a particular scheme.
The Little Rose preschool is situated at the base of a fifty-foot high landfill in Colombo’s Kolonnawa Division. Despite being next to one of Sri Lanka’s largest waste sites, the one room preschool is spotless. Inside, 23 children from ages 3 to 5 sit on colorful plastic chairs, dressed immaculately in ‘Little Rose’ uniforms.
Running a preschool in one of Colombo’s biggest slums isn’t easy, but head teacher R. A. Shalika Sajeevani exudes positivity. “The children don’t always bring snacks, so once a week, I make lunch for all of them at my home. It’s not a big deal – I cook for my own two sons anyway, I just put in a little extra for them,” she says.
Deadline: 15-Aug-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective of the proposed assignment is to work as a Project Manager to drive the IT
improvements and MIS/IT system implementation at the AAIB. The IT improvements and MIS/IT system implementation are part of a larger project with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the AAIB to improve the national agriculture insurance scheme in Sri Lanka.
Deadline: 02-Aug-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
To assist IFC for this project, IFC intends to hire Technical Consultant to advise IFC on the techno-commercial due diligence and shall work in coordination with IFC and its other advisers, dedicating sufficient qualified resources to meet the deliverables and the timetable. The broad scope of the Technical Consultant comprising the following, but not limited to:
Deadline: 16-Nov-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
This consultancy envisages to find sustainable flood risk management solutions for the basin through a robust flood modeling exercise to identify the risk mitigation interventions and to carry out pre-feasibility studies for such interventions identified.
Carry out pre-feasibility studies for the proposed structural interventions;
Prepare preliminary cost estimates for the proposed interventions; and
Design of a flood management model including the real time monitoring and system operating mechanism and guidelines/ SoPs
Deadline: 07-Oct-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Urban Development Authority in Sri Lanka has requested IFCs assistance in designing and successfully bidding a WtE plant of 600 TPD capacity in Karadiyana on a public private partnership (PPP) basis. (“Project”). IFC is keen to engage a consultant firm to undertake technical, commercial, environmental & social due diligence for the Project. Continue reading →
The Government of Sri Lanka has applied for financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Sri Lanka Water Supply and Sanitation Improvement Project (SLWSSIP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.
The consulting services include the provision of technical and project management support to the Project Management Unit (PMU) housed in the Ministry of Urban Development, Water Supply and Drainage (MUDWSD) and to associate Project Implementation Units (PIUs) in the districts of Mulaithivu and Kilinochchi in Northern Province, Nuwara Eliya in Central Province, Badulla and Monaragala in Uva Province and Kegalle and Ratnapura in Sabaragamuwa Province. The total project cost is around US$180 Mn and the implementation period is 5 years. Continue reading →
The Sri Lanka Water Supply and Sanitation Improvement Project is on the agenda of the World Bank Board of Directors on Wednesday, June 24. As it is an Absence of Objection piece, it is expected to sail through the board.
The proposed project involves a total of $184 million of which $165 million will be provided by the World Bank. The Project Development Outcome is to increase access to piped water services and improved sanitation, and to strengthen rural service delivery arrangements, in selected Districts. This objective is to be achieved through the following 4 components: