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Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for Water Resources Development Fund (WRDF) and no. 6 Town Water Utilities (TWUs): 1) Fiche ( ፍቸ ), 2) Burayu ( ቡራዩ ), 3) Butajira ( ቡታጅራ ), 4) Hosaena ( ሆሣዕና ), 5) Arerti ( አረርቲ ), 6) Injibara ( እንጅባራ )

The Water Resource Development Fund (WRDF) was established by the government in 2002 with proclamation no. 268/2002, to serve as a financial wing of the sector, with a major responsibility of centrally administering & mobilizing financial resources, as indicated in its proclamation, grants and loans from foreign governments and international donor agencies and budgetary allocations by the Federal Government and other sources. Thus, WRDF is mandated to play big role in financing urban water supply projects, sanitation projects and irrigation development schemes, through granting long term loan on the basis of cost recovery principle. And it collects loan repayments from its borrowers in due time and use it to build up its revolving fund, which is eventually anticipated to serve as the Water Bank. However, so far WRDF has not been exercising a separate sanitation project financing and implementation due to absence of clear regulation, mandate and procedures on sanitation implementation.


The overall objective of the assignment is to provide consultancy services for the Urban Sanitation Project focusing on detailed technical studies and designs for OSS and FSTPs to be implemented in cities of Tete and Quelimane, which comprise: Engineering Design of Sanitation Infrastructures (Toilets for Household Sanitation, Public Toilets and Faecal Sludge Treatment Plants), including the detailed developing faecal sludge management business in Tete and Quelimane

INTEGRATED AND SUSTAINABLE URBAN SANITATION PROGRAMME. Consultancy services for Feasibility Studies and Detailed Engineering Designs

The Purpose of the project is to increase access to safely managed on-site sanitation services in selected urban and peri urban areas in Zambia. The project will support stakeholder consultations and feasibility studies, including baseline, stakeholder and institutional assessments, preparation of engineering designs and investment plans for faecal sludge management along the value chain (storage, transportation, treatment, disposal or reuse). The results of the studies and designs will support effort to mobilize resources downstream investments.

The project will be implemented in Lusaka, Livingstone, Choma, Ndola, Petauke, Chavuma, Mansa, Kapiri-Mposhi, Kabwe, Solwezi, Kasama and Chipata. The project will also seek to improve the capacity of the beneficiary utility companies through stakeholder and needs assessments. The project will benefit about 2,400,000 people out of which more than 50 percent will be women and 30 % are the urban poor.

Consulting Services for Implementation Consultant (IC) Spam Regional Wosusokas, Indonesia – ODA funded by KfWv

The Government of Indonesia has secured Loan from German Financial Cooperation (KfW) for implementation Regional Water Supply System, with the aim to provide adequate, safe and cost-effective water supply services to underserved urban and peri-urban centres of Wosusokas area, in compliance to the Government Regulation (PP) No . 122 of 2015 concerning Drinking Water Supply Systems (SPAM). The Consultancy services aims are the Detailed design review (10 months), tender documents preparation for no. 5 works packages (2 months) and supervision and Contract management (36 months)

GARID Component 3: Preparation of Community Facilitation, Planning, Preliminary and Detailed Engineering Designs for Three Low-Income Communities (PART 1) and Contract’s management/Supervision of Works (PART 2)

The infrastructures of the low-income communities object of the assignment are: road, drainage, on site sanitation systems for residential and public, solid waste collection, business plan for the Feacal and solid waste management, including the collection and treatment, delivery mechanism and new approach for emptying of the On site Sanitation systems.

Water Resources and Irrigation Project (WRIP) “Consultancy Services for Supervisory Services for rehabilitation work of six irrigation schemes (Tregtan2, Tregtan3, Leminot, Slanica, Muriz Thana Cukas Branch and Muriz Thana Lushnja Lot 1 Branch)

The Ministry of Agriculture of the Rural Development (MARD) has launched the Water Resources and Irrigation Project (WRIP)” whose mission is to increase the Government capacity to manage water resources and to improve the performance of the irrigation system and irrigation institutions.
The scope of the project is to rehabilitate the following irrigation schemes Tregtan2, Tregtan3, Leminot, Slanica, Muriz Thana Cukas Branch and Muriz Thana Lushnja (Lot 1 Branch) for a total of irrigation area of 12.548 Ha.

Consultancy Services for Detailed Engineering Design, and Construction Supervision and Verification of Household Sanitation Facilities in Lilongwe

The assignment scope is to support institutional capacity strengthening activities to improve the operation and maintenance of the sanitation infrastructure, as well as the reforms needed to promote and provide sustainable, safely managed sanitation services in Lilongwe.

Can Tho City Urban Development and Resilience Project – Establishing Flood Risk Management Information System in Can Tho City

The overall objectives of this consultancy are to establish a Flood Risk Management Information System (FRMIS), based on a hydrodynamic model, to support the decision making process win Can Tho city in the following areas:
a. Operation of the city drainage and flood control and systems taking into account issues such as emergency response, waterway transport, and environmental issues;
b. Short and medium-term flood risk management, such as additional measures to be taken in the city and real-time flood forecasting;
c. Urban development planning and medium and long term investments, in which future extensions and changes in land use in the future are being designed in a water-sustainable, resilient, cost-effective way;
and to build the technical capacity of the city authorities in managing the FRMIS to ensure
the smooth operation and maintenance of the system after the project ends.

Contract for Consultancy Services for Feasibility Studies and Detailed Design of Faecal Sludge Service Chain Management in Selected Un-Sewered Urban Centers in Uganda Covering North and Eastern Towns of Moyo, Patongo, Adjumani, Namutumba And Kapchorwa (Assignment 2)

The overall objective of the assignment is to conduct feasibility studies and prepare detailed designs for sustainable delivery and access to inclusive sanitation and faecal sludge chain management services that will contribute to improved public and environmental health, productivity and living conditions of selected un-sewered urban centers in Uganda.
The specific objectives of the consultancy assignment are:
To conduct feasibility studies and prepare detailed designs for provision of sustainable access to faecal sludge management infrastructure and services in five (5) selected un-sewered urban clusters in Uganda.
To provide a basis for the mobilization of adequate resources for future investments.

Supervision of Maydh Jetty Construction, Sanaag Region, Somaliland

The project is aimed at the Maydh Jetty Construction in Sanaag Region, Somaliland.
The Specific Objective of this Assignment is the Supervision of the Maydh Jetty construction by FIDIC Conditions of Contract Guideline (edit by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers, commonly known as FIDIC), which are an international standard for consulting engineering and construction.