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EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF VARIABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR SUPPORTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE WASH SECTORS

United Nations Children's Fund | Published September 25, 2017
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TERMS OF REFERENCE

Evaluation of the effects of climate variability and change and their consequences for supporting the development of resilience to climate change in the water, sanitation and sanitation sectors in Niger

Context and rationale

The country has been hit by four major droughts over the last forty years, resulting in alarming food shortages that have increased food insecurity and acute malnutrition, and have had considerable health and socio-economic consequences for the population.

The already insufficient supply of drinking water is increasingly threatened by the gradual drying up of ponds and ponds, by the reduced flow of the Niger River and by the sedimentation of the beds of the main rivers of the country.

In addition to the implications for access to water for human consumption, there are consequences to be expected especially in the livestock and agricultural sectors, which could impact the country's economy and lead to food insecurity population movements, an increase in the rural exodus, as well as inter-community conflicts linked to the various uses and the management of a water resource becoming progressively scarce.

The Third National Communication (TCN) is under development

A draft national policy on combating climate change was prepared in 2012 and is awaiting adoption by the Government.

The Sustainable Production and Sustainable Development Program 2014-2023, approved in July 2013, is also a response to climate change and the challenges of sustainable development in general: it analyzes key constraints and key priority sectors and presents general measures to promote sustainable production and consumption in many sectors.

Since 2014, Niger has been engaged in national climate change adaptation planning processes with the support of the Global Program to Support National Plans for Climate Change Adaptation. [1] The country has developed and presented its (CPDN), the implementation of which is part of the Paris Agreement signed at COP21.

This cross-cutting coordination body for environmental and sustainable development issues, composed of government representatives from different ministries, research and academic institutions and civil society including the private sector, is the Office of the Prime Minister.

Various projects formulated by the MHA have so far not been able to succeed because of the lack of knowledge of the procedures of financial instruments dedicated to climate change issues.

This justifies the present study, which aims to provide the Government of Niger and its partners with up-to-date and relevant data and recommendations on the impacts of climate change and variability on the availability of water resources and the sustainability of EHA services, a realistic action plan for greater efficiency of future investments in the sector and a sustainability of their effects in terms of sustainable improvement of the living conditions of the target populations.

2.Objectives targeted

Overall objective

The overall objective of the study is to provide a comprehensive assessment of:

  1. Different systems of water supply and sanitation and hygiene services; vulnerability and exposure of water points and sanitation and hygiene services to climate variability and change and their effects;
  2. The adaptability of the EHA sector to climate variability and change and its effects;
  3. Priority needs for capacity building for climate change resilience in the EHA sector in Niger.

Specific objectives of the study

Specifically, the study should:

  • Describe the current social, economic and environmental situation in the main regions of Niger.
  • Evaluate the current status of the effects of climate variability and change, including flooding and drought, on EHA services in key Niger regions.

EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF VARIABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR SUPPORTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE WASH SECTORS IN THE NIG

United Nations Children's Fund | Published September 23, 2017
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TERMS OF REFERENCE

Evaluation of the effects of climate variability and change and their consequences for supporting the development of resilience to climate change in the water, sanitation and sanitation sectors in Niger

Context and rationale

The country has been hit by four major droughts over the last forty years, resulting in alarming food shortages that have increased food insecurity and acute malnutrition, and have had considerable health and socio-economic consequences for the population.

The already insufficient supply of drinking water is increasingly threatened by the gradual drying up of ponds and ponds, by the reduced flow of the Niger River and by the sedimentation of the beds of the main rivers of the country.

In addition to the implications for access to water for human consumption, there are consequences to be expected especially in the livestock and agricultural sectors, which could impact the country's economy and lead to food insecurity population movements, an increase in the rural exodus, as well as inter-community conflicts linked to the various uses and the management of a water resource becoming progressively scarce.

The Third National Communication (TCN) is under development

A draft national policy on combating climate change was prepared in 2012 and is awaiting adoption by the Government.

The Sustainable Production and Sustainable Development Program 2014-2023, approved in July 2013, is also a response to climate change and the challenges of sustainable development in general: it analyzes key constraints and key priority sectors and presents general measures to promote sustainable production and consumption in many sectors.

Since 2014, Niger has been engaged in national climate change adaptation planning processes with the support of the Global Program to Support National Plans for Climate Change Adaptation. [1] The country has developed and presented its (CPDN), the implementation of which is part of the Paris Agreement signed at COP21.

This cross-cutting coordination body for environmental and sustainable development issues, composed of government representatives from different ministries, research and academic institutions and civil society, including the private sector, is the Office of the Prime Minister.

Various projects formulated by the MHA have so far not been able to succeed because of the lack of knowledge of the procedures of financial instruments dedicated to climate change issues.

This justifies the present study, which aims to provide the Government of Niger and its partners with up-to-date and relevant data and recommendations on the impacts of climate change and variability on the availability of water resources and the sustainability of EHA services, a realistic action plan for greater efficiency of future investments in the sector and a sustainability of their effects in terms of sustainable improvement of the living conditions of the target populations.

Goals

Overall objective

The overall objective of the study is to provide a comprehensive assessment of:

  1. Different systems of water supply and sanitation and hygiene services; vulnerability and exposure of water points and sanitation and hygiene services to climate variability and change and their effects;
  2. The adaptability of the EHA sector to climate variability and change and its effects;
  3. Priority needs for capacity building for climate change resilience in the EHA sector in Niger.

    Specific objectives of the study

Specifically, the study should:

  • Describe the current social, economic and environmental situation in the main regions of Niger.
  • Evaluate the current status of the effects of climate variability and change, including flooding and drought, on EHA services in key Niger regions.

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

Federal Ministry of Water Resources | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
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Call For Research Proposals FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT INNIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT Address: Plot 1402,Abba Kyari Street, off Adesoji Aderemi Street, Apo- Abuja, Nigeria CALL FOR RESEARCHPROPOSALS 1.         Preamble The Federal Governmentof Nigeria, in its effort to diversify the economy and create significant welfare improvements for the citizens, is focusing onachieving sustainable growth in agricultural production and productivity.  To achievethis objective, the development of irrigation is being given a priority, because of its: (a) global growing competitiveness inachieving higher agricultural production output, and  (b) potential for raising incomesto sustain agricultural labor force with the overall gains of reducingthe number of people living below the povertyline. In pursuance of theobjective above, the Federal Government represented by the Federal Ministry of Water Resource (FMWR)is collaborating with the WorldBank (WB) towards the implementation of a seven year program dubbed "Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING)Project". The development objective of the program is to support and improve agricultural production and productivity inselected large-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria. This isto be achieved through strengthened institutional arrangements andimproved access to irrigation and drainage services including value chains with active involvement of thestakeholders. The TRIMING Projecteffectively took off in October, 2014 with the under listed components: a) Water resourcesmanagement and dam operation improvement; b) Irrigationdevelopment and management; c) Enhancingagricultural productivity and support to value chains development, and d) Institutionaldevelopment and project management. The TRIMING project is focusing on five irrigationschemes located in three river basins of northern Nigeria. These include Bakolori Irrigation Project (BIP) and Middle Rima ValleyIrrigation Project (MRVIP) in Sokoto-Rima River Basin Development Authority (SRRBDA), Kano River Irrigation Project (KRIP) andHadejia Valley Irrigation Project (HVIP)in Hadejia-Jama'are River Basin Development Authority (HJRBDA), and Dadin Kowa IrrigationProject (DKIP) in Upper Benue River Basin Development Authority (UPRBDA). 2.         Purpose of Call Component 3.2 of theTRIMING Project consists of provision of support to innovation and technical research in various aspects of irrigation developmentand management including all relevant linkages. The innovations and researches are expected to address specific site problemshindering full exploitation of benefits of irrigatedagricultural production, water resources management, market linkages andrelated issues. For this purpose, modest funding in the form of grant has been provided under the TRIMING Project to supportconduct of quality researches in various challenge areas across the focus schemes. This call for research proposals is to enable theTRIMING Project team select suitable research partners based on well-defined research proposals, and oversee research projectswhich are central to the TRIMING broad objective. The desire is that on-farm trials in participative approach will be carried out, primarily on irrigated agronomy,watermanagement institutions and agricultural systems innovations. The research should seek to above all ensure sustainability ofthe project investments by improving farm-enterprise profitability and reducing farming risks while balancing competing needs onthe natural resource base. Research projects should be undertaken in TRIMING target schemes to provide evidence-based solutions tovexing challenges in the water andirrigation sectors. 3.      Call identification number: FMWR/TRIMING/3.2/AR/2016/01 4.      Publication date: 20Th April, 2016 5.      Research projectperiod: The researches are expected to commence in the last quarter of 2016 and will beconducted over a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 3 years, unless compelling reasons are provided for differenttime-frames. 6.     Eligibility: TRIMING research grants will be institution-based. Inother words, it is only organizations/institutions that have credible evidence of doing research that can participate. Moreover,the research contract agreement will be between TRIMING Project and the research institution(s) of the principal investigators andcollaborators. The grant (funds) will be managed by the institution who must guarantee and ensure proper and timely release of thefunds to the researchers. It also implies that researchers involvedin TRIMING Project must be holders of valid appointments intheir institutions. Research proposal must be endorsed by the Head of the institution or any other person designated to do so, onbehalf of the head of the institution. 7.         Submission of proposals a) Language of proposal: All research proposals should be in English language. b) Closing date for submission of proposals: 15Th June, 2016 at 1600H GMT c) Requirements and mode of submission: Each proposal should be submitted in oneelectronic and ten (10) hard copies. The copies should be signed and officially stamped, and should be addressed tothe NationalProject Coordinator, TRIMING Project, sent by post, hand-carried or express courier to the TRIMING Project Office, Plot1402, Abba Kyari Street, off Adesoji Aderemi Street, Apo- Abuja, Nigeria. The electronic copy should be sent to info@triming.org. Note that the Project CoordinationOffice will not accept proposals delivered by the Post office or Courier after the deadline for submission. This call is availableat www.triming.org d) Feedback on proposal evaluation: Two (2) months after the closing date of submission of proposal. 8.         Research Themes and Scope The type of research the TRIMING Project wants atthe irrigation schemes is Action Research. Action research is known by many othernames, including participatory research and collaborative inquiry. Several attributes separate action research from other types ofresearch. It focuses on turning the people involved into co-researchers, with the underlying assumption that people learn best, andmore willingly apply what they have learned, whenthey do it themselves. Moreover, action research stresses the importance ofco-learning as a primary aspect of the research process. It also has a social dimension ? the research takes place in real-worldsituations, and aims at solving perceived and specific problems. The first round of call for proposal will focuson four research themes which will be executed in the five irrigation schemes. A summary statementof each of the theme is presentedbelow while the tasks are detailed in Annex A. Theme1: On-farm production practices: Assessment of agronomic, soil and water management practices leading to on-farm innovations and testing of betterpractices to improve land and agricultural productivity and profitability. Saline/sodicity remediation and amelioration; pilotingof new rice intensification approaches, supported by small-scale economically viable mechanisation innovations, and testing uptakethereof, is central to this drive. Theme 2: Value chains: Analysis of agricultural value chains and systems for support services to identify opportunities, and challenges,and define advantageous technological interventions as well as capacity building opportunities of value chain actors. Theme 3: Typha Management and Economic Use:Research interest is onintegrated control of typha. In addition, research on how to fully explore economic use alternatives, identify or developassociated appropriate technologies, and establish the financial feasibility of beneficiation methods is required. Implications forupscaling should be considered. Theme 4: Land Institutions and IrrigationDevelopment: Research is neededinto the prevalence, mechanisms and trends of formal and informal arrangements for land consolidation in the schemes; developmentand pilot testing of locally appropriate land-administration options as an incentive for medium term secure land-exchanges. 9.         Structure and Content of the Proposal The proposal should comply with the format andcontent stipulated in Annex B, including (inter alia): -          A letter of intent/commitment of collaborators -          A logical framework -          An outline budget -          Team composition and time-inputs per year -          CVs of Lead personnel (one page resumé appended) -          Gantt Activity Chart of the expected researchprogramme. 10.       General and Administrative Criteria 10.1     Partnership/Collaboration A research team should comprise of at least apartnership between one prominent Nigerian research institution and one prominent international research institution in irrigationand/or irrigated agriculture. Proposals will have to expand on the modalities of the partnership, not least thematic and academiccoordination, practical decision-making,financial management and compilation of TRIMING deliverables. A consortium can submit morethan one proposal addressing different themes. Moreover, an organization/institution can be involved in more than oneconsortium. The parent institution of the applicants shouldsubmit an organizational profile following the format in Annex C. Note also that each consortium that will be involved in managingfunds at any level will be requested to submit a complete financial and procurement management capacity assessment questionnaire.Institutions involved in the project should have the capacity and experience for implementing the proposedwork. Submitted proposals will be reviewed and evaluatedby a Research Panel of Experts (RPoE) established by the TRIMING PMU. The RPoE will also oversee the research work at intervals asit progresses. Where bidsare preferred but incomplete, the TRIMING PMU reserves the right to discuss and motivate changes inresearch scope and methodology after the submission of the proposals and before the award. This is to ensure gaps in the approach,methods and research team competencies are addressed. All submissions are madeat risk ofthe proposer, on the understanding that they may not be accepted. It is also important that the proposal clearly show how localactors including farmers, irrigation scheme staff and local extension staff will be involved in the execution of theresearch. Each proposal should include a minimum of three(3) Masters students of whom at least one (1) should be female; and having at least 1 (ofthe 3) international student is an addedadvantage. One (not more than two) PhD students may also be included, but this is optional. Moreover, having additionalinternational students involved on the research site, even when not directly funded under the research project but stillcontributing to the TRIMING research theme and effort generally, will add value to the proposal. 10.2     Deliverables and payments Payments will be made on the basis of successfulreview of the agreed deliverables, in line with the exact title and expanded content description set out in the final researchcontract, based on the proposal, with modifications as needed. The payment structure will be as follows: -          20 % payment at the start of the research project in order to facilitate the kick-offof the research activities; -          35 % payment upon submission and acceptance of mid stage interimdeliverables; -          25 % payment at submission and acceptance of late stage interimdeliverables; -          20 % payment after the submission and acceptance of final projectdeliverables. 10.2.1  Interim research deliverables: All deliverables upto the draft final report and other final outputs will be interim deliverablesand subject to comment and change in content as needed, and will be submitted as annual progress report. The initial submissionscould include as appropriate: detailed literature review, detailed policy review, development of research materials and methods,draft questionnaire and other instruments, preliminary fieldwork undertaken. Mid-stage deliverables would include detailed reportson fieldwork undertaken, challenges and experiences, raw-data submission along with preliminary analysis and findings. Late stagedeliverables would include draft final reports of the concluding outputs, such as literature and policy reviews, draft finalmaterials and methods, draft final analysis ofresearch findings. 10.2.2  Final deliverables: The final deliverable(s) will take the form of a consolidated research report that will besufficiently thorough, detailed and substantiated, and edited to be ready for publishing by the TRIMING Project. The finaldeliverables may include aseparate research report, and guideline(s) or manual(s), as the research scope and purpose requires. 10.3     Annual Workshop An annual workshop comprising of all the researchteams (national and international), the TRIMING research supervision team (RPoE) and other invited stakeholders will be organizedby the PMU. Each research team is expected to present work done in the year, with emphasis on the research content, findings,implications and the way forward. The workshop willprovide an important platform for annual progress review of the project, andwill contractually be established as a milestone to decide if the research project is on track, and should continue, must bere-aligned, or failing substantial progress or lack of alignment, that the research project be terminated. The discussion andresolutions on research approach and content taken at the workshop will be binding to the research team, so long as these do notcontradict the main contract. 10.4     Annual Progress Report: The annualprogress report will be submitted two weeks after the annual projectworkshop organized by the PMU, and will also summarise the key points emerging on research content and progress, and will guide theresearchand TRIMING supervision team (RPoE) on the way forward. The annual progress report will contain Gantt Activity Chart andaction plan for all research project activities for the subsequent year. 11.       Financial Criteria The research project team will have to budget forall related research costs attributed to the TRIMING research project and clearly presented in a table in the proposal. The budgetwould separately enumerate on an annual basis: a)     Personneltime inputs (months) and monthly costs b)     Internationaltravel and accommodation costs c)     Nigeriantravel and accommodation costs d)    Equipment purchases required for field research specifically e)     Purchases ofexperimental materials,inputs, hiring of services etc. f)      Consumables g)     Reporting anddocumentation h)     Any othercosts deemed necessary. Capitalinvestment will only be considered wherethis is for capital items essential for undertaking field activities (flow measurement, survey equipment etc.), and willspecifically exclude the purchase of vehicles and the construction of permanent buildings. Provision for transport would need to beestimated on the basis of mileage repayment for own vehicle use, vehicle rentals and/or public transport. Participation in annual progress workshops willhave to be budgeted for in terms of the research team's time inputs, their transport and accommodation (where needed), and mustinclude all research team members, including senior supervising academics and students who will present their work in accordancewith a TRIMING workshop schedule.. Venue, accommodation and transport costs for TRIMING team and invited stakeholders willbe borneseparately by PMU. 12.       Evaluation Criteria Submitted proposals will be evaluated on the following criteria: S/No Criteria for selection 1 Relevance to TRIMING core themes andobjectives 2 CVs of lead personnel/academics scoredon subject relevance 3 Collaboration approach and details of jointproject management withpartner institutions 4 Methodology and approach (proposedresearch materials and methods including plan logic and details) Queries and further communication Prospective researchers/research institutions may obtain further information by contacting the TRIMING ProjectManagement Unit (PMU) at the following contact details: Engr. Peter Y. Manjuk, National Project Coordinator, Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Plot 1402, Abba Kyari Street, off Adesoji Aderemi Street, Apo-Abuja, Nigeria. Phone: +2348038391469  or +2348052048706 E-Mail:info@triming.org Annex A: Detail of Research Themes andObjectives Research proposals shouldtake into consideration the small farm sizes and the need to test andpromote all technologiesin a participatory manner, with active involvement of WUAs and other stakeholders in the scheme. All research proposals must clearly explain how the research team would link up with the various stakeholders(especially the WUAs and the field agency) and address gender and vulnerable groups during the course of the projectimplementation. ART 1A: On-Farm Production Practices in KRIP A sizeable proportion of farm landin KRIP is affected by problems of soil salinity and sodality mostly due to poor irrigation and drainage practices. Research is therefore needed to address the following: i.           Assessment of saline and sodic soils remediation andamelioration (e.g., use of gypsum and leaching) techniques; ii.             Evaluating productivity, profitability, and uptake ofthe soil salinity/sodality remediation and amelioration techniques by farmers. iii.            Piloting new rice and tomato varieties tolerant to prevailing biophysical stresses (salttolerance, heat tolerance, tolerance/resistance to prevailing pests anddiseases). iv.            Refinement/improvement of prevailing cropping patterns/sequence to prevent salt build-up andadapt to the prevailing biophysical stress factors within the schemes; v.            Promoting Integrated Soil Fertility Management practices; vi.            Developing mechanisms for making farmers/farmer groups to manage irrigation and drainage more effectively in order toprevent the development of soil salinity. Duration ofResearch: Minimum of two and maximum of three year. Budget: USD 400,000 (maximum), Location:KanoRiver Irrigation Project ART 1 B: On-Farm Production Practices in BIP Research interest is onimproved agronomic, soil and water management practices (with respect to rice) leading to on-farm innovations and adoption ofbetter practices to improve land and agricultural productivity and profitability. The research should addressthefollowing: i.            Testing and promotion of System Rice Intensification (SRI) practices. ii.            Examine the potentials, challenges and profitability or otherwise of water saving irrigation techniques underSRI. iii.            Testing and promotion of appropriate on-farm production tools and machineries under the SRI to aid puddling of ricefields, transplanting of rice and application of fertilizer for the practice of Urea Deep Placement, etc. iv.            Improving fertilizer use efficiency on farmers' fields through promotion of good irrigation and agronomicpractices. v.            Refinement/improvement of cropping patterns/sequence to adapt to the prevailing biophysical stress factors within theschemes. Duration of Research: Minimum oftwo and maximum of three year. Budget: USD 400,000 (maximum), Location: Bakolori IrrigationProject. ART 2: ValueChain Development The action researchshould aim at working together with various actors (farmers, input suppliers, off-takers etc.) in form of farmer field/businessschools along the value chains. The following objectives shall be addressed: i.            Review and document previous research and development activities on value chains in the schemes identifyingconstraints, challenges and opportunities and compare with experiences elsewhere; ii.            Develop and validate value chain models that are suitable in bringing together all stakeholders to ensure thedevelopment of sustainable and pragmatic chains in the irrigation sites using the Filiere approach. iii.            Examine the constraints and needs that exist in the structure of commodity chains inthe schemes which prevent farmersand other value chain actors from fully exploiting market opportunities offered by the changing economicenvironment. iv.            Examine the extent to which the development of chains for high-value crops (e.g. rice, tomato, onions, wheat ) couldassist in achieving food security and increase in income of the actors; and determine the cost ? benefit along the differentcommodity chains. v.            Identify mechanisms for adding value and reducing post-harvest losses of irrigated crops through the promotion ofappropriate production and processing technologies; and other necessary inputs requirements such as access to credit, storagesystems etc. vi.            Assess the extent to which extension delivery could sustainably help in building and strengthening the crop valuechains in the different irrigation schemes. vii.            Organise WUAs into viable and effective famer groups which can enable them to collectively access ana own machineriesincluding processing machines to assist them in carrying out their farming and processing activities for highprices. Duration of Research: Minimum of two and maximum of three year. Budget: USD 400,000 (maximum). Location: Middle Rima Valley Irrigation Project. ART 3:   TyphaManagement and Economic Use Typha presents a long-term challenge on a number of TRIMING schemes and downstream eco-systems.Economic use of typha, including use asbriquettes (with complementary work onfuel-efficient stoves), weaving raw-material, building materials among other productive uses,have received some attention. TRIMING is interested in fully exploring economic use alternatives, identify or develop associatedappropriate technologies, and establish the financial feasibility of beneficiation methods. Implications for upscaling should beconsidered. Research should address the following: i.         A comprehensive synthesis of literature on integrated control and alternative uses oftypha; ii.         Development of integrated (biological, cultural, mechanical and chemical) control oftypha; iii.         Assessment of technical options including appropriate technologies, costs, and likelysocial, financial and ecological benefits and challenges of alternative uses of typha; iv.         Evaluation ofsocial suitability of the technical options and impact on women as homemanagers. v.         Development of a programme for upscaling of appropriate typha managementtechnologies. Duration of Research: Minimum of two and maximum of three year. Budget: USD 400,000 (maximum). Location: Hadejia Valley Irrigation Project ART 4:  Land Institutions and Irrigation Development Research is needed into the prevalence, mechanisms and trends of formal and informal arrangementsfor land consolidation inDadin-Kowa Irrigation Scheme. The research should address the following: i.      Document land-exchange prevalenceand de-facto modalities of land-loan, leasing, crop-share, orsale; ii.      Through participative action research, prepare locally appropriate land-administration options andpilot test these as an incentive for medium term secure land-exchanges; iii.      Develop and implement draft-final land-exchangeapproach and test uptake of land-exchangeagreements in two differentland-holding contexts (formal and informal). iv.         Examine existing property rights and the different bundles of rights that may be heldby different claimants (the state, user groups, families, or individuals), which are critical for the authority, incentives, andresources as they affect irrigation operation andmaintenance activities. Duration of Research: Minimum of two and maximum of three year. Budget: USD 400,000 (maximum). Location: Dadin Kowa Irrigation Project Annex B: Log frame for researchproposal TRIMING Project Ref FMWR/TRIMING/3.2/AR/2016/01 Contact Details (this section should be submitted on a separate sheet) Principal Investigator/Institution This is the person/institution with overall responsibility for the application to TRIMING Project and theimplementation of the research. Note that an individual must have the mandate of his institution to take responsibility of TRIMINGresearch. Institution Address Contact details of the Principal Investigator Telephone e-mail address Collaborators Collaborating organization/partners with which agreements has been made. A letter of intent/commitment addressed tothe lead institution, whichdemonstrates the collaborators are actively involved in the proposal development, must be included inthe submission Thissection should be submitted on separate sheets to the contact details Project Title Theapplicant should provide a title, which concisely and accurately describes the scope ofwork Research Theme This is the specific research theme, sub-theme(s) the proposal addresses.Note that proposals which do not addressissues defined in the ART will be rejected instantly. Project Location TheIrrigation scheme(s) the proposed research will be carried out Total Cost of the research project Total budget required to implement the full term project Duration of the Research project Howlong the research is expected to last. Note that the minimum durationis two years and maximum duration of threeyears, unless compelling motivations are provided for different time-frames Proposed date (month, year) of starting research Anticipated month and year the proposed research can take-off in the scheme considering the nature and objectives ofthe research. Introduction This should include the background of the study, the statement of the research problem, particularly the knowledgegaps and practical issues that this study seek to fill/address; the justification for the research, especially with respect to thestudy area. The background information should include a description of the importance of the constraints/gaps/issues that theresearch project is seeking to address and a very brief summary of any significant work already carried out in this area.(Maximum1000 words) Specific objectives of the project These are specific task that will lead to output, outcome and the impact or change that the project hope to achievewhen the results are delivered, provided certain assumptions hold. They should be SMART, and seento address the general aim of theresearch. Literature Review Review of relevant documents related to the study (700-1000 words) Methodology (technical and applied) This is about how the research work will be carried out. The materials required should be listed. Availablefacilities for the project should be indicated and those that will be procured should also be detailed out. Note that holisticmethodologies that use novel approaches and combination of stakeholders in innovative ways are encouraged. (1200-1500words). Expected outputs/outcomes What the results of the work will be: This is what the research project will deliver. They are the terms of referencefor the project. They arethe expected outputs which will be used to measure the specific objectives (300 words). Activities Howthe project will be implemented. An outline of the studies, surveys, experiments and activities which are to bedesigned and implemented inorder to deliver the results of the project. There should be an activity or group of activitiesassociated with each result of the project,such that the activities define the action strategy for resultsdelivery. Target groups and beneficiaries Whoare the main target groups and indirect beneficiaries of the proposedproject? The target groups are those closelyinvolved in the implementation of the project while indirect beneficiaries are beyond the immediate project boundary. Both groupswill gain social, economic or environmental advantage from the technology/innovation, methodology or knowledgetransfer. Assumptions Explain particular significant assumptions at each level in the log frame References List of references cited in the document Financial summary The financial summary should take into account anticipated inflationand be kept to a minimum consistent with achieving the project outputs 1,2Proposed Activities Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Total Activity 1 Estimated expenditure based on projected activities is required foryear to year Activity 2 Activity?n Overheads 3Contingency TOTAL 1Rate of travels and subsistenceshould be according to TRIMING Project norms 2A full justification of anypurchase of equipment will be required in the proposal 3The totaloverheads and contingencyshould not exceed 15 %, and should in any case, be kept to a realistic minimum. Where private sectororganizations have additional tax liabilities, the PMU should be informed before embarking onpayment/settlement. ANNEX C: Format for OrganizationalProfiles Organizational Profile Organisations wishing to act as the coordinating/lead organization for a proposal should complete the following form.Additional information canbe put on a separate sheet and attached to the form. None of the information given here will be disclosedwithout your consent. This form should be submitted at the same time, but separated from the proposal Name of Organisation Type of organization (National, Regional, International) Contact details (address, telephone, fax, email) Registration date and serial number Date started to work Date of last renewal of registration System of book-keeping Description of work Type of work Region or area Household covered/contact person Working period Fund mobilization Source of fund Total Female Male Past work Extra rows may be added as required or details attached on a separate sheet Present work Extra rows may be added as required or details attached on a separatesheet If you have an internal fund, describe briefly how it is generated List the major objectives of your organization mentioned Howhave you analysed the local agricultural and social situation of the area Is there any community or other contribution to your programme Explain briefly, what kind of relationship/co-ordination  yourorganization has with other organization(s)? Does your organization give emphasis to gender issues? If yes, at what level (for example, in office staffrecruitment, responsibilities Human resource in the Organisation Names of persons Position in organisation Educational qualification Area and number of years of experience Extra rows may be added as required or details attached on a separate sheet RECENT PUBLICATIONS (title and reference) by the organization and its staff

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

EnuguStateProjectManagement Unit , NEWMAP | Published April 20, 2016  -  Deadline May 4, 2016
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Request For Expression Of Interest (eoi) For Consultancy Services For The Engagement Of Household And Community Rain Water Harvesting Consultant For Ninth Mile Gully Erosion Site And Ajalli Water Works Gully Site In Enugu State FEDERAL REPUBLICOF NIGERIA ENUGU ST A TE MINISTRYOF ENVIRONMENT &MINERALRESOURCES NIGERIAEROSION AND WA TERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT(NEWMAP) Project ID: P124905 Request forExpression of Interest (EOI) For CONSUL TANCYSERVICES FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF HOUSEHOLD AND COMMUNITY RAINWATER HARVESTING CONSULTANT FOR NINTH MILE GULLY EROSIONSITE AND AJALLI WATER WORKS GULLY SITE IN ENUGUSTATE Reference No.: ENS/NEWMAP/CON/CQS/15/04 Thisrequest for expression of interest follows the update of the general  procurement notice for this project that  appeared in  the UN  development  business  issue  of  27   April  2012  and  in  Nigerian dailiesof  September  27,  2012. 2. TheFederal Government of  Nigeria has  been granted a credit  from  the  International Development Association (IDA) towards  the  cost  of  Nigeria  Erosion  and  procure  consultancy services  for  the  ENGAGEMENT    OF  HOUSEHOLD  AND COMMUNITY RAIN  WATER  HARVESTING  CONSULTANT FOR  NINTH  MILE  GULLY  EROSION  SITE  AND  AJALLI WATER  WORKS GULLY  SITE  IN ENUGU  STATE. 3. TheEnugu StateProject Management Unit (SPMU), Nigeria Erosion And Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP)  now invites  eligible consulting firms  ("Consultants")  to  indicate  their interestin  providing the  services. Interested   consultants should provide information demonstrating that they   have the required qualifications and  relevant experience  to  perform  the  services. 4. OBJECTIVE  OF  THE  ASSIGNMENT The  Household and  Community  Rainwater  Harvesting Consultant  will carry  out  its  consultancy  to  meet  the  Project Development  Objective which is  to  reduce  vulnerability to  soil erosionin  targeted  sub-watersheds with actions to  stabilize  and rehabilitate  major erosion prone sites by addressing rain water which is the  underlyingcause  of erosion usingconventional  & structural  techniques.  The  consultancy  is  to  provide  technical support/capacity  building  to  the  project  in  the  affected watershed areas. The consultant will ensure to work in close collaboration with the Engineering andSafeguards Team of the StateProject Management Unit's  (SPMU)  and  with  other  actors  such  as  FPMU Water  Resources  Specialist. 6.0 SCOPE  OF  SERVICES 6.1 The Specific scope of the assignment will include butnot limited to the  following: 6.1.1 Prepare feasibility studies including comprehensiveengineering survey and hydro meteorological study of the location as well as entailing cost.  Assist the SPMU in overall  plan  for rainwater  conservation  and  utilization to  be  adopted  for  site  designs. 6.1.2 Develop  both  rainwater  and  runoff  water  harvesting techniques  for the  sub-watershed area. 6.1.3 Develop  water   harvesting  training  manual   /maintenance guide  and  conduct   training  for households at  community  level. 6.1.4 Design  and  prepare  working  drawing  of  appropriate rainfall collectorand water storage facilities. Including Bill of Engineering Measurement   and Evaluation   for the construction  of  the  rainfall  collector  and water storage  facilities. 6.1.5 Engage all actors within the sub-watershed catchmentarea  in  the adoption  and  utilization  of  conventional water harvesting  techniques  that  would  reduce  soil degradation  due  to  uncontrolled  and  utilized  runoff. 6.1.6    Recommend  on  the  appropriate  institutional implementation  structures,  criteria  for  selection  of benefit  household  and  the  community  and  the disbursement  plan. 6.2 Other Services  include: (I)Ensure  the  technical  aspects  of  rainwater harvesting management techniques  are  in  harmony with  theengineering  design  so  that  SPMUs  can  effectively implement  the water  harvesting  techniques; (ii)Liaise    with the  SPMUs and  FNGO    to    ensure  the community    is sensitized    on  the  utilization of  thetechniques; (iii)Ensure  that  the  contractors  build  according  to  design specification; (iv)provide reports including designs and drawings for the site location  for  approval  and  to  be  adopted  by  the  SPMU; (v)support  the  SEDSF ,  on  behalf  of  the  PMU,  to  supervise construction  of the  structures  within the  sub-  catchments area; (vi) p r ov i d e   ma n u a l s   a n d  ma i n t a i n   g u i d e l i n e s   f o rdissemination/  awareness  by  the FNGO  on  the  utilization  of the  water  harvesting  techniques  for  purposes  of  agricultural Cultivation, vegetation cover conventional uses. 7.0 REPORTING  OBLIGATION The  Firm will  report  and  be  accountable  to  the  SPMU. The inception  report  is  to  outline the Firm's work plan, define its tasks and  the  planned  implementation  periods  and  schedules, identify  target  submission  dates  of  reports,  and  indicate expected staff  allocations andinputs  to  each task. Theinception report  once  approved  and  issued  in  its  final  form,  will  serve as  theconsultancy's  baseline  for  the  management and  monitoring ofthe  tasks. All  reports are  to  be written  in  English  and  to  use  SI  units for measurement. Initially, formal draft reports will be submitted to the Client, in  bothhard and electronic copy    formats. Reviewscomments would then be transmitted in writing and discussed with the Firm. Agreed  report  modifications  are    then to  beeffected  at  that point,  and the  resulting   final  reports  will  be submitted in  both hard (5  copies) and electronic copy formats. Finalreports willrequire both Client and World Bank approvals. 7.1  MonthlyProgress  Reports The    Consultant shall  prepare consolidated  Monthly Progress Report covering the progress on all the construction contracts. The  reports shall  provide  a  brief  but  comprehensive  end-  of- month  progress  assessment  for  the  contracts.  Tabulated  and graphical  representations of  physical  and  financial  progress compared with  the  work  program  and  cash  flow  forecasts relevant  photographs and  details  of  impediment  to  the  works and proposals  for  overcoming  them.  These  reports  shall be submitted  within  the  first week  of  the  succeeding month. 7.2 Draft  Final  Report TheConsultant shall produce a draft Final Report, summarizing all the activities under the Project. The report shall be submitted 5thmonth after commencement of the Consultant's services. 7.3 Final Report TheConsultant shall   produce a Final   Report incorporating all comments and concernsraised on the draft final report.  Thereportshall be submitted by the 6th month after commencement  of the Consultant's services,  being  the  end  of  the  contract. 8.  Qualification  and  Experience  of  Consultant: 8.1  Team Leader  should have atleast  a master's in  relevant field of  civil/  agricultural/water  environmental  engineering with minimum  10  years  experience  in  extensive management  and  coordination  working in  a  developing country  environment on  land  and  water  resources management/  development  projects involving  substantial engineering,  social,  institutional,  environmental  and economic  components.  Demonstrated  skills  in  high  level policy  dialogue,  project  planning  and  management, execution of multi- disciplinary qualitycontrol, preparation and conduct of training are essential. This  quality has to be supported by   sound technical  experience and understanding gained through a career in  land  and water resources  management/ development. 8.2 Structural /Mechanical Engineer  should  have a Civil or Waterengineering/ Mechanical   degree andpreferably ,  an advanced  degree  in  Hydraulic Structure  or   soil conservation  Engineering and  at  least  5  years  experience  in the  design  and  development  of  water  harvesting  structure. 8.3 Natural   Resource  Management /   Environment Specialistshould possess an advanced degree in Natural Resources Management, Environmental    Science with at least  5  years'  experience  in  wide  area  of  disciplines  (ranging from policy/  institutional  to  technical  and  effectively interacting  with  communities) related  to  participatory watershed management at basin, sub- basin and national levelsand  demonstrated  experience  in  design  and implementation on  of participatory  water/  agricultural managementprogrammers as well as providing training in related  field. 8.4 Sociologist/Rural Economist:  should possess adegree in Sociology,  Agriculture,  Rural  Economics  and  related combined  with  5'  community  work  experience  skills expertise  needed for  effective  implementation  of  therainwater  harvest. 8.5 Land  Surveyor/  GIS  Expert Prospective firm  should  demonstrate that their  proposed teammembers have the  relevant  and appropriate qualifications and experience  to  meet the  requirements  of  the  TOR.  DetailedCurriculum  Vitae  should  be  included  for  each  proposed professional  team  member  with  verifiable  in  terms  of photocopies of  certificates  and  credentials. 9.0 REMUNERATION The  Remuneration of  the  consultant  is  attractive  and commensurate  with those  offered  by International  bodies  for similar  assignments. 10.0 CLIENT'S  OBLIGATION (i)  The client is  to  provide  the  following  facilities:  relevant available  published information (ii)  Organize inception  meeting between stakeholders 11.0 CONDUCT  OF  THE  CONSULTANT i The  Consultant will,  at  all  times, be  expected  to  carry  out  the assignment with the  highest degreeof professionalism and integrity .  TheConsultant  will  be  expected  to  conduct  his duties  in  an  open  and  transparent  manner. ii TheConsultant will not, under any circumstance, take any actions  or  be  seen to  be  taking  any  actions,  which  may hinder  or  prevent  the  NEWMAP  from  executing  thisassignment. iii The  Consultant  will  study  all  NEWMAP  guidelines  and policies  ,  and  will be  expected  to  ensure  that  the  assignment is  concluded with the strictest adherence to  all such polices and  regulations. iv The Consultant will not, under any circumstance, takeany material decision  pertinent  to  this  assignment  without theexpress  permission  and  written consent of  an  authorized representative  of the  NEWMAP. v TheConsultant will not, under any circumstances, discuss, divulge or use any information regarding  this  assignment or other transactionconducted as part of the FGN's Program, without  the  express  written  permission  of  an  authorized representative  of  NEWMAP . 12.0 DURATION OF SERVICE This  service is  for  an  estimated  contact  period  of  6  months. Prospective  Firms  are requested  to  propose  their  detailed schedule which  includes  logically  organized  flow  diagram describing  key  milestone and  process. 13.0 SUBMISSION  OF  EXPRESSION  OF  INTEREST : Nigeria  Erosion  and  Watershed  Management   Project (NEWMAP)  NOW INVITES  ELIGIBLE  CONSULTANT  FIRMS ("Consultants")  to  indicate  their interest  in  providing  services Interestedconsultant should provideinformation demonstrating that they  have  the  required  qualifications and  relevantexperience  to  perform the  services. Theshort listing  criteria: (i) Evidence showingthat the firm is  a legal  entity (ii) Evidence showing the  field  of specialty of the firm (iii)  Generalexperience of the  firm(s)  in  a Consulting services relating to  GIS  based  mapping  during  the  last  4  years. (Iv)Experience  of  working in  a  similar  geographic  region  (v) Availability of key staffwith suitable qualifications in the fieldof assignment (vi) Evidence of registration  with relevant  authorities and  professional bodies  (vii)  Evidence  showing  the  technical  and managerial  capabilities  of  the firm  in  the  field  of  assignment (viii)Brief description (not more than2   pages) of theproposed Methodology of carrying out  the  scope  of  work. Theattention  of  interested  consultants  (firm)  is  drawn  to paragraph  1.9  of  the  world  bank's  Guidelines  :  Selection  and Employment ofConsultants/ under IBRD  Loans andIDA   Credits & Grant by World BankBorrowers [January 2011] ("Consultant Guidelines'')  Please  visit www.worldbank.org , setting  forth  the world bank's  policy  on  conflict  of  interest.  In  addition,  please  refer to  the  following  specificinformation  on conflict ofinterest  related to this  assignment on information  on conflict of interest  related  to the  assignment  as  per  paragraph 1.9  of  Consultant  Guidelines. A  Consultant will be  selected  in  accordance  with the  Consultancy Qualification Selection  (CQS)  METHOD  SET  OUT  IN  THE Consultant  Guidelines Furtherinformation  from  Enugu state project management   unit, Nigeria erosion and  watershedmanagement project  (NEWMAP) at the addressgiven below, from9.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday.This notice for Expression of interest expires at 4.00 pm on May 4, 2016  and  accepting  of  EOIs  will  cease TWO WEEKS from  the  date  of  publication. Atleast  3 copies  Expression of interest  mustbe  delivered  in a form to the address below (in person or by mail [Courier] on or before  4.00  pm  on  2wks,  4thMay  2016.it  shall be  theresponsibility  of  consultants  who send  EOIs  by  electronic  mail to also  in  the  hard copies  before  expiration  of  the  Expression  ofInterest. Enugu  State Project  ManagementUnit  (SPMU), Nigeria  Erosion  &  Watershed  ManagementProject (NEWMAP), Attention:  Mrs .Lechukwu  A.uju House  73, Coal  City  Garden  Estate Club  Road, G.R.A,  Enugu Tele:  08037391561 E-mail:enugunewmap@gmail.com

GPN - Niger - Strengthening Resilience Program to food and nutrition insecurity in the Sahel-Niger Sub-component (P2RS) - May 2015

 | Published May 18, 2015
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AVIS GENERAL DE PASSATION DE MARCHES NIGER PROGRAMME DE RENFORCEMENT DE LA RESILIENCE A L’INSECURITE ALIMENTAIRE ET NUTRITIONNELLE AU SAHEL-SOUS-COMPOSANTE NIGER (P2RS) La République du Niger a reçu du Fonds africain de développement un don et un prêt en vue du financement du Programme de Renforcement de la Résilience à l’insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle au Sahel-Sous-composante Niger (P2RS) Ce projet vise les principaux objectifs suivants : accroître sur une base durable, la productivité et les productions agro-sylvo-pastorales et halieutiques au Sahel. Le programme comporte les volets suivants : Composante 1 : Développement des infrastructures rurales : (i) Infrastructures et Aménagements Hydro agricoles comprenant la construction de seuils d’épandage de 16 ; l’aménagement de superficies irrigués de 850 ha ; 2500 ha de Travaux de protection de bassins versants (ii) Infrastructures et Aménagements Pastoraux constitués de la construction de deux(02) marchés à bétail, dix(10) Parcs de vaccination, quatre(04) Aire d'abattage moderne, de trois(03) Infrastructure de quarantaine aux postes frontière ; l’ Aménagement de deux(02) périmètres pastoraux, Restauration des parcours dégradés de 300 ha ,l’ aménagements de six(06) mares, le fonçage de neuf (09) Puits pastoraux et forages , l’aménagement de 120 kms de couloirs de transhumance(iii) infrastructures de conservation transformation et. commercialisation comprenant la construction /réhabilitation de 150 k ms de pistes, la construction de six(06) centres de collecte de lait, de deux(02) Construction de mini- laiterie, de dix(10) Centrales d'approvisionnement communales, de (25) Boutiques céréalières, de (25) Boutiques d'intrants agricoles, de (20) Banque d'aliments pour bétail (iv) développement des infrastructures sociales de base composé de : la réalisation de deux(02) Système d'AEP, le fonçage de (20) points d'eau villageois, la construction de (40) Salles de classe, et la, transformation de quatre (04) cases de santé en centres de santé intègres, les études, le suivi, le contrôle et la coordination des travaux. (i) Composante 2 : Développement des chaines de valeurs et des marches régionaux: (i) renforcement des capacités, comprenant la réhabilitation des (25) bureaux des conseillers en agriculture et élevage, la réhabilitation des structures régionales SAP, (ii) mise en œuvre du CGES par création de deux(02) stations agro-météorologie , (iii) protection et gestion des ressources naturelles, (iv) développement des filières végétales (v) . développement des filières animales (vi) développement de la pèche et l’aquaculture (vii) renforcement de la nutrition (viii) renforcement des capacités avec l’appui en matériel roulant de 40 dans les zones d'intervention du projet, en appui en équipements divers, (ix) l’acquisition kits de moustiquaires imprégnées(x) Renforcement des capacités des services techniques (xi) les équipements des groupements féminins, (xii) les petits matériels et équipements de conservation, (xiii) les unités de fabriques d’aliments bétails). (ii) Composante 3 : Gestion du projet (i) recrutement d'un Coordonnateur, d’un expert chargé des affaires administratives et financières, d’un expert chargé des acquisition (ii) la réhabilitation et équipement du siège et antennes du programme (iii) acquisition de matériel roulant (iv) acquisition d’équipement informatique, acquisition de mobiliers de bureau et équipements (v) actualisation du manuel d'exécution et des procédures administratives et comptables (vi) élaboration de la situation de référence et suivi-évaluation (vii) Mise en œuvre de la stratégie de communication (viii) évaluation à mi-parcours et finale (ix) audit environnemental et social (x) audit comptable et financier du projet (xi) assistance technique ponctuelle à l’Unité de gestion de projet. Les marchés à passer par appel d’offres international (AOI) et l’utilisation des services de consultants se feront conformément aux « Règles et procédures de la Banque pour l’acquisition des biens et travaux » ou selon le cas aux « Règles et procédures de la Banque pour l’utilisation des consultants », édition de mai 2008, révisé en juillet 2012, en utilisant les dossiers type d’appel d’offres de la Banque. En référence aux annexes III des Accords de financement du 27 janvier 2015, toutes les acquisitions par appel d’offres national (AON) se feront conformément à la législation nationale sur les marchés publics (décret n°2013-569/PRN/PM du 20 décembre 2013 portant Code des Marchés Publics et des Délégations de Service Public), en utilisant les documents type d’appel d’offres du pays, sous réserve des amendements recommandés par la Banque et précisés dans l’annexe des accords de financement. Les dossiers d’appel d’offres devraient être disponibles à partir de juin 2015. Les soumissionnaires intéressés peuvent obtenir des informations complémentaires et devraient confirmer leur intention, à l’adresse suivante : Programme de Renforcement de la Résilience à l’insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle au Sahel-Sous composante Niger (P2RS) Ville : Niamey Code postal : S/C BP241 Niamey Pays : Niger Numéro de téléphone : 00227 20 73 21 48 Adresse électronique : omainassara@yahoo.fr Personne à contacter : Monsieur Mainassara Oubandawaki

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Ebonyi State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project | Published July 14, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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Consultancy Services For The Sensitization, Design And Supervision Of Household & Community Rainwater Harvesting For Erosion/flood Control Sites In Ebonyi State Under The Ebonyi State Nigeria Erosion & Watershed Management Project (eb-newmap) FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA EBONYI STATE MINISTRY OFENVIRONMENT NIGERIA EROSIONAND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP) Project ID: P124905 Issuance Date: July 14, 2016 CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE SENSITIZATION, DESIGNAND SUPERVISION OF HOUSEHOLD & COMMUNITY RAINWATER HARVESTING FOR EROSION/FLOOD CONTROL SITESIN EBONYI STATE UNDER THE EBONYISTATE NIGERIA EROSION & WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (EB-NEWMAP) REF NO: EBNEWMAP/CQS/16/04 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OFINTEREST This request for expression of interest followsthe update of the general procurement notice forthis project that appeared in UN Development Business issue of 27th April, 2012 and in Nigerian newspapers of 27th September2012. As part of Governments commitment to transformation of the Nigerian environmental and socio-economy landscape,a multi-sector project is being executed in Nigeria to mitigate the vulnerability to erosion and support the people as they relateto their land. The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) is an 8-year multi-sectoral and multi-scale programthat targets states with acute gully erosion; and aims to rehabilitate degraded lands and reduce longer-termerosion vulnerability in targeted areas.The project involves many Federal and State Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), Local Governments, communities and civilSocieties who are  responsible for planning,economy, finance, works, agriculture, water resources, forests, transport, power, emergencyresponse as well as those focused onclimate and hydrological information or watershed/basin regulation. In order to achieve this, the Federal Government of Nigeria(FGN) has received a credit of US$500 million from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost for theimplementation of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP).  The NEWMAPProject is designed to achieve greater environmental and economicsecurity in Nigeria by enhancingresilience to soil erosion and associated challenges of land degradation, loss of biodiversity, poverty, climate change, anddisaster risks in specific sub-watersheds. The Ebonyi State which is participating in the implementation of theproject, intends to use part of theproceeds of the credit for the recruitment of a competent consulting firm for the Sensitization, Design and Supervision of Household and Community Rainwater Harvesting for Erosion Control Sites in EbonyiState. The general objective of the consultancy is to contribute to runoff reduction in the selected erosionsites as studiesindicate that total runoff could be decreased by up to 56,000m3 per year; representing an approximate figure of 15%of total run-off per year per site. Specifically, thisassignment aims at carrying out communitysensitization/mobilization; feasibility studies and detailed engineering design for theconstruction and supervision of water harvesting systems and structures in NEWMAP intervention sites in Ebonyi state so as toreduce vulnerability to soil erosion in the area and to increase the people's access to sustainable clean water supply. TheErosion/Flood Intervention Sites include: 1.      Nguzu Edda Gully Erosion Site 2.      Iyi ? Udele Flood Site 3.      Ebia River Flood Site 4.      Iyi-Okwu ? International Market ? Odunukwe ? Nkaliki Hatchery Road FloodSite 5.      Old Waterworks Flood Site 6.      Oferekpe ? Akahufu ? Odomowo Flood Site 7.      Asu ? Umunaga Flood Site A.    SCOPE OF WORK Generally, the consultancy firm will be expected to undertake the following: i.            Prepare feasibility studies including comprehensive engineeringsurvey and hydro-meteorological study of the locations as well as entailing cost. ii.            Assist the SPMU in overall plan for rainwater conservation andutilization to be adopted for site designs. iii.            Develop both rainwater and runoff water harvesting techniques forthe sub-watershed. iv.            Develop water harvesting training manual/maintenance guide andconduct training for households in the community. v.            Design and prepare working drawing of appropriate rainfallcollector and water storage facilities, including Bill of Engineering Measurement and Evaluation forthe construction of therainfall collector and water storage facilities. vi.            Engage all stakeholders withinthe sub-watershed catchment area inthe adoption and utilization of conventional water harvesting techniques that would reduce soil degradation due to uncontrolled andutilized runoff. vii.            Recommend on the appropriate institutional implementationstructures, criteria for selection of benefiting household and the community and the disbursementplan. viii.            Ensure the technical aspects of rainwater harvesting management techniquesare in harmony with the engineering designs so that SPMUs can effectively implement the water harvesting techniques; ix.            Liaise with the SPMUs and UNGO/FONGO to ensure that the community is sensitized on theutilization of the techniques; x.            Provide reports including designs and drawings for the site location for approval  and to be adopted by the SPMU; xi.            Support the State Engineering Design & Supervision Firm, on behalf of the SPMU, tosupervise construction of the structures within the sub-catchment area; xii.            Provide manuals and maintenance guidelines for dissemination/awarenessby the FONGO on theutilization of the water harvesting techniques for purposes of agricultural cultivation, vegetation cover and conventionaluses. xiii.            Supervise the implementation of the contract for rainwater harvesting systemimplementation with selected contractor(s) viz: ·         Monitoring of contractor progress inrainwater harvesting system installation including effectiveness, efficiency, and quality of work completed and assist in buildingcontractor capacity in these areas if needed; ·         Ensuring community trainings and facilitatecontractor in community work to build capacity, if necessary; ·         Assisting the SPMU to monitor and report oncontractor progress and assist in preparation of documents for contractor payment; ·         Providing review of contractor reportsincluding completion report and provide a report to the Bank (if necessary) ·         Reviewing the effectiveness and equity ofcommunity rainwater harvesting installations and make recommendations for future projects in Ebonyi State. The consultancyfirm will be expected to work in close collaboration withthe State Project Management Units (SPMUs); State Engineering Design and Supervision Firms (SEDSFs); Umbrella NGO (UNGO);Focal NGO and the agencies responsible for EnvironmentalManagement Plan (EMP) formulation and implementation formajor gully control/rehabilitation sub-projectsites. B. TIMEFRAME The assignment shall be completed within three (3) months in the first instance for sensitization/ engineering design of the rainwaterharvesting systems; while implementation supervision shall be for an additional period of six (6)months. Prospective Firms are to propose their detailed schedule which includes logically organized flowdiagram describing key milestones and process. C.    EXPECTED OUTPUT /DELIVERABLES The expected output of this process includes but not limited to thefollowing i.                   Reports on stakeholder engagement and criteria for selection of benefiting households and communities; and framework forimplementation of rainwater systems including disbursement plans; ii.                 Waterharvesting training manuals / maintenance guide for households and communities; iii.                Feasibility Studies andcomprehensive engineering survey and hydro-meteorological information and analyses of each proposed location and correspondingcosts; iv.                Work Plan & Staffing Plan toensure completion ofthe rain water harvesting systems; v.                 Designs and working drawings for rainfall collectors, water storage facilities or any other recommended rain waterharvesting systems; including all Bills of Engineering Measurement & Evaluations for the recommended structures orsystems; vi.                Progress reports of theimplementation / supervision of the recommended systems; vii.              All other required outputs as specified inthe scope of Service. The Ebonyi State NEWMAP now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") toindicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they havethe required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a)      GeneralExperience ofconsulting firm ? a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience, preferably in the area of community sensitization and mobilization;comprehensive assessment of rain water harvesting systems, engineering and hydro-meteorologicalsurvey and analyses; structuralengineering design and analyses . b)      Adequacy forthe assignment: Consultants'Educational andProfessional Qualifications in the field of Assignment. Relevant experience of the team in Technical areas cited in the scope of work and number of staffexclusively available for theassignment. Higher marks will be awarded to consultants withrelevant state-specific workexperience in the field of rain water harvesting systems assessments, survey, analyses and design; as well as communitysensitization and mobilization. c)      Familiarityand evidence of delivering similar programs in Africa, preferably in Nigeria. Experience of working within the state orgeographical zone is desirable. Local language skills are preferable. d)     Experience of working with international organizations and donors; e)     Quality of the proposal (demonstratedunderstanding of objectives, competencies and coherence of response: methodology, work plan and timing, operational andmanagement,deliverables). All submissions provided by intending Consultantsare to be supportedwith evidence. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants [underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011 & revised July 2014]("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer tothe followingspecific information on conflict of interest related tothis assignment: [as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines]. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form ofa joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultant Qualification Selection [CQS] method set outin the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours [0900 to 1700 hours]. Expressions of interest which should be in English Language must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by Friday July 29, 2016. Ebonyi State Project Management Unity (SPMU) Ebonyi State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project(EB-NEWMAP), Attention: Dr. Philip U. Echiegu State Ministry of Environment No 1 Onwe Road, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria Email- ebonyinewmap@yahoo.com Telephone: 08037514766

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Ebonyi State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (EBS- NEWMAP) | Published July 21, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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Ebonyi State Ministry Of Environmentnigeria Erosion And Watershed Management Project (newmap) Project Id: P124905issuance Date: 21st July, 2015eoi For The Production Of Abakaliki Capital City Stormwater Management Master Plan Under The Newmap FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA EBONYISTATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT(NEWMAP) Project ID: P124905 Issuance Date: 21st July, 2015 Request for Expression of Interest (EOI)for the production of Abakaliki Capital City Stormwater Management Master Plan under the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject (NEWMAP) in Ebonyi State, Nigeria This request for expression of interest follows the update of the general procurement notice for thisproject that appeared in UN Development Business issue of 27th April, 2012 and in Nigeriannewspapers of 27th September2012. As part of Governments commitment to transformation of the Nigerian socio-economy landscape,a multi-sector project is being executed in Nigeria to mitigate the vulnerability to erosion and support the people as they relateto their land. The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) is an 8-year multi-sectoral and multi-scale programthat targets states with acute gully erosion. The project is involving many Federal and State Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs), Local Governments, communities and civil Societies who are  responsible forplanning, economy, finance, works, agriculture, water resources,forests, transport, power, emergency response as well as thosefocused on climate and hydrological information or watershed/basin regulation.  Inorder to achieve this, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a credit of US$500 million from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) forthe implementation of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project. The Ebonyi State Project Management Unit of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject intends to use partof the proceeds of the credit for the recruitment of a competent consulting firm for the production ofAbakaliki Capital City Stormwater Management Master Plan. The exercise is to helpin identifying and assessing the stormwater drainage needs ofAbakaliki Capital City and prepare a Stormwater Master Plan toallow for prioritization, detailed design and implementation ofinfrastructures and projects to reduce flooding, manage the menace and impact of stormwater and its influence on erosion. Theexercise will also involve awareness creation among the flood affected communities to promote a change in behavior, and as welldevelop a strategy to reduce negative environmental, social and health impacts resulting from stagnating rainwater, inadequacyobsolescence of drainage systems, and the lack of appropriate measures to reduce and prevent flood risk catastrophes. It will alsoinvolve developing a template for flood management framework for the catchment, aimed at addressing existing problems and providinga range of benefits for a sustainable development in the capital city. A.    SCOPE OF WORK The assignment covers the existing Nigerian Transformational Development Agenda, Vision 2020-20 in line with the State andthe city Development plan. Task1: Collection of existingdata This involves collection of allavailable data relevant to the project from relevant ministries and agencies.  Thesedata shall include the following: ·         Geographic Information System (GIS) data ?impervious surfaces, soils, catchment delineation, culvert and bridge inventories, roads, elevation data, slope and landuse. ·         Meteorological and hydrologicaldata ·         Data on current and planned roads and bridges,highway and major road links ·         Existing reports and studies of water quantityand quality modeling, stormwater illicit discharge assessments, urban development plans ·        Existing dataanalysis- Review existing data, profiles, infrastructures and drainages for the city based on available records; define data gaps and plan to fill data gaps Task2: New data collection and preliminarydata analysis The following activities shall becarried out in order to fill gaps in data ·         Collate historicalinformation on flooding and erosion problems in the town. Information collated during the survey will assist in planning fordetailed field work. ·         Collate data onpopulation, urban development, existing and planned infrastructures ·         Carry out detailedhydrological, topographical and engineering survey ·         Conductground-truthing informationfor GIS mapping ·         Conduct Geotechnicalinvestigationsof the capital city ·         Prioritize list based using decision matrix thatcan lead to feasible project selection, fundingand implementation ·        Carry out Flood plainanalysis of the capital city Task3: Review of existing land use and urbanplanning rules ·        Review existing town planning rules and standardsand identify level of compliance; ·        Consult withstakeholders; ·        Identify all structures on the right of way ofwater cannels and advise on the cost of relocation, redesign, modification and compensation as relevant. Task4: Environmental ImpactAssessment To undertake environmental survey of the projectarea providing information on buildings,infrastructures, unique ecosystem, important archaeological, cultural or historical resources etc.Provide general description of activities and process that will be involved in theconstruction and maintenance of theproject.Identify the impacts of both construction, material exploitation, and the impacts of operationand maintenance of the project. ·         Conduct analyses detailing the positive and negative effects of theproject on the environment and recommend appropriate solutions to minimize any undesirable effect resulting from the projectimplementation. Task 5: Plan of storm water master plan Develop a drainage masterplan design based on the existing and future climate scenarios, town development plan (future) and catchment characteristics. Thedrainage master plan shall include a descriptive, explanatory, and supporting report presenting the followinginformation: ·         An identification of the various possible alternatives and retentioncapacities with a comparative analysis of these different alternatives; ·         Justification of the types of structures recommended, supported by acomparative study of the different feasible structures given the adopted solution and available data and past activity of thewatertable; ·          The nature and quality of therecommended materials given the operating conditions and soil characteristics; ·         Description of the overall solution recommended, listing the structures andtheir functional characteristics; ·         The estimated costs of the structures, as well as their operatingcosts; ·        Evaluate and estimate cost associated with themaster plan implementation; ·        Define the obligations of the relevant parties infunding/counterpart contributions, implementing and communicating the plan. ·        Identify existing capacity building gaps fromstakeholders relevant to the implementation of the plan and propose relevant trainings to bridge suchgaps; ·        Identify all relevant stakeholders and parties tothe master plan implementation at all levels of government and propose options of institutional arrangement for effectiveimplementation and management of the master plan ·         The provisional schedule of the works. ·         Maps and basic drawings for storm water drainagesystem B.      TIME FRAME Theassignment shall be completed within eight (8) months after signing of contract. C.    REPORTING &DELIVERABLES The firm will report and beaccountable to the Ebonyi State Project Management Unit (SPMU). The inception report is to outline the firm's work plan, define itstask and planned implementation periodand schedules. The inception report once approved and issued in its final form will serve asthe consultancy baseline for effective Monitoring and Evaluation of the task. All reports are to be written inEnglish and to use SI units of measurement. 1.     Inception Report The Consultant(s) shall prepare ten (10) copies of aninception report outlining how the Consultant(s) plans to carry out the assignment. 2.     Monthly Progress Report The Consultant(s) shall prepare in soft form only, monthlyprogress reports tokeep the client informed of the progress of the assignment. 3.     Interim Report The Consultant(s) shall prepare ten (10) copies of an interimreport. 4.     Draft Final Report The Consultant(s) shall present ten (10) copies of a draftreport of the studyindicating the major findings of the study, significant recommendations, and other requirements. Please note this shall includedrawings to besubmitted in 10 sets of A2, A3 in hard and electronic copies. The consultant(s) shall be required to make oralpresentation of the draft report to stakeholders. 5.     Final report. The Consultant(s) shall provide ten (10) copies of the finalreport and make an oral presentation. The report shall include basis of the design, calculation, drawings and Bill of EngineeringMeasurement and Evaluation 6.     Executive Summary The Consultant(s) shall prepare ten (10) copies of a separateExecutive Summary of the Final Feasibility Study report suitable for presentation to relevant and other interested stakeholders forthe master plan implementation. D.    SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTERESTS(EOIs) Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) nowinvite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. The shortlisting criteria are:( i). Evidence showing that the firm is a legal entity (ii).Evidence showing the fields of specialty of the firm (iii). General Experience of theFirm(s) in Consulting Services relating to Storm Water Management Master Plan during the last 5 years  (iv) Experience of working ina similar geographical region (v). Availability of Professional Key Staff with SuitableQualifications in the field of assignment (vi). Evidence of registration withrelevant authorities and professional bodies (vii)Evidence showing the technical and managerial capabilities of the firm in the field of assignment (viii. Brief description (not more than 2 pages) of the proposed Methodology of carrying out the scope of thework The attention of interested Consultants (firm) is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011] ("Consultant Guidelines") Please visit www.worldbank.org, settingforth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest.  In addition, please refer to the following specific informationon conflict of interest related to this assignment on information on conflict of interest related to the assignmentas per paragraph1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality Cost Based Selection(QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours (10.00 am to 16.00pm). Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person,or by e-mail, or by fax) by 12noon on 21th August, 2015. State ProjectManagement Unit (SPMU) Ebonyi StateNigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (EBS- NEWMAP), Attention: Dr.Philip U. Echiegu No 1 Onwe Road,Abakaliki, Ebonyi State,Nigeria Email- ebonyinewmap@yahoo.com Telephone:08037514766

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES | Published December 9, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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Consultancy For Individual Dam Panel Of Experts ( Poe ) For Seven Dams In Northern Nigeria Under The Transforming Irrigation Management In Nigeria. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATERRESOURCES CONSULTANCY FOR INDIVIDUAL DAM PANEL OF EXPERTS( PoE ) FOR SEVEN DAMS IN NORTHERNNIGERIA UNDER THE TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA. REFNO: FMWR/TRIMING/IC/2014/01 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST A.                COUNTRY:                        NIGERIA NAME OF PROJECT:     TRANSFORMINGIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT Project ID No:                   P123112 The FederalGovernment of Nigeria (FGN) has applied for a credit from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA) towards the cost of theTransforming Irrigation Management inNigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under contracts for theprocurement of Services of Internationally recognized Individual Dam Safety Experts who shall work in a Committee ofExperts as aPanel of Experts to review and advise on matters relating to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, their appurtenantstructures, the catchment areas, the area surrounding the reservoirs and their downstream areas. The Panel of Expert terms ofreference may also cover such areas as review of technical design for the rehabilitation works. The seven dams are Bakolori, Zobe,Goronyo, Tiga, Dadin-Kowa , ,Hadejia Barrage, Challawa Gorge and Ruwan Kanyan  Reservoir. They will periodically monitor the rehabilitation works and the initial preparation for the reservoiroperation procedures.  The World Bank Dam Safety Policy is given in Section Bbelow. The TRIMING ProjectDevelopment Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements forintegrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in NorthernNigeria. The principal proposed investment components are thefollowing: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement; Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support toValue ChainsDevelopment and Institutional Development and Project Management.  TheImplementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR).  The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects ofprocurement, management, payments and disbursement applications forthe Project. B. Operational Policy 4.37- Safety ofDams Need for a Panel of Experts. Bank support for all new orexisting irrigation projectsserved by new or existing large dams require that the dam's safety conforms to the requirementsof the Bank's Operational Policy (OP) 4.37 and are implemented from the Project preparation to its Loan closure by attachedhereto.  When substantial remedial works are needed, the Bank requires that (a) thework be designed and supervised by competent professionals; and (b) the same reports and plans as for a new Bank-financed dam beprepared and implemented.  Annex A to BP 4.37 mandates that, even for existing damsserving an irrigation project, four Plans are prepared and ready for updating, as necessary, during construction and commissioningof remedial works for the dams.  These Plans are: (i) Construction Supervision andQuality Assurance Plan; (ii) Instrumentation Plan; (iii) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan; and (iv) Emergency PreparednessPlan. For high-hazard dams involving significant and complex remedial work, the Bank requires that a panel of independent experts(PoE) be employed to undertake reviews of the investigation,design, and construction of the dam's remedial works and the post-rehabilitation start of its reservoir operations. Composition of the PoE and its Modus Operandi  An (OP) 4.37 PoE consists of three or moreexperts, appointed by the Borrower and acceptable to the Bank, with expertise in the various technical fields relevant to thesafety aspects of the particular dam or dams. The number, professional breadth, technical expertise and experience of PoE membersare to be appropriate to the size, complexity, and hazard potential of the damunder consideration. For high-hazard dams, inparticular, the PoE members should be internationally known experts in their field and therefore must be nationally/internationally recruited where necessary for each type of expertise required. The primary purpose of the PoEis to review andadvise the Borrower on matters relative to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, its appurtenant structures, thecatchment area, the area surrounding the reservoir, and downstreamareas.  However, theBorrower normally extends the Panel's composition and terms of reference beyond dam safety to cover such areas as technical designand/or construction procedures requiring for complex associated works, especially where such works are to be undertaken forexisting dams providing normal daily water deliveries[1]. The Borrower contracts the services of the PoE and provides administrative support for its activities. Beginning as early inproject preparation as possible for an existing dam, the Borrower arranges for periodic Panel meetings and reviews, which continuethrough the investigation, design, construction, and also initial filling (if the remedial works require emptying of the reservoir)and operational start-up phases.  The Bank normally sends an observer to PoE meetingsand, after each meeting, the PoE prepares and submits a written report of its conclusions and recommendations, signed by eachparticipating member. Following the completion of the works or refilling of the reservoir and start-up of the dam, the Bank reviewsthePanel's final findings and recommendations with respect to the safetyof the dam. If no significant issues pertaining toreduction of safety risks and sustained normal operation (or the filling and start-up ofthe dam), the Borrower may disband thedam's PoE. C. PoERecruitment and Implementation The PMU intends to recruit a pool of experts for each area of expertise required that are willing to serve on the PoEsfor each dam.  A draft framework Contract will be sent to selected candidates describing the terms of their appointment, negotiated fee, how their visits will bearranged and paid etc. The PMU will be responsible for their air tickets, hotel accommodation, per diem expense, land and airtravel in Nigeria.  It will also arrange rooms for PoE meetings. PoE work in Nigeria is expected to last about 3 to 4 weeks forthe seven dams.  Prior to each initial design review meeting,each dam's PoE members will receive copies of all reports and a specific Terms of Reference (ToR) for the individual mission.  Damsdesign drawings will be made available to the PoE at the start of the Mission in Nigeria. If possible, the Consultant's Team Leader orhis dam expert will be available to answerPoE questions, representatives of the FMWR Dams and Reservoir Operations Dept. will attend all technical meetings.  Each dam PoE team will choose a panel member to serve as its spokesperson and undertake themanagement of report preparation for each mission. D.Qualifications of Required Experts The PoEexpertise required would include, inter alia, the following specialists with construction and existing dam rehabilitation andimprovement experience: (i) geotechnical investigations and design; (ii) hydro electro-mechanicalappurtenances and dam safety instrumentation; (iii) dam remedial worksconstruction specialist; and (iv) operational hydrologist. All interested candidates are expected to have a good comprehension of English in general and, an ability to write anEnglish technical note contribution for the mission report in particular.The PoE should possess sufficient knowledgeof International Standards (such as ICOLD) and best practices in their respective fieldas well as adequate experience of working for dam projects funded by International/bilateral agencies.   Therequisite professional qualifications of these experts are as follows: 1.) GeotechnicalEngineer A highly experienced Geotechnical Engineer with around 25years or above workin the geotechnical aspects of design, construction, operation and maintenance of dams, inclusive of remedialworks for existing dams.  He should be recognized internationally on the basis of hisconsulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of assessing a dam's complex geotechnical condition affecting its safety and, prepare an assessmentreport of his findings and recommendations including proposals for supplementarygeotechnical and geophysical field investigations. An understanding of geotechnical modeling software and geotechnical failure riskanalysis is desirable. 2.) Hydro Electro-MechanicalExpert A highly experienced Mechanical Engineer with around 25 yearsor above  especially in the dam development and rehabilitation including design,installation, operation and maintenance and replacement of dam Hydro Electro - Mechanical equipment, appurtenances (gates, valves, lifting equipment, pipesystems, etc.) and associated mechanical-electrical control systems. He should be recognized internationally on the basis of hisconsulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of critically assessing the condition of equipment, proposing specifications and methods of equipmentreplacement and preparing a report of his findings and recommendations. 3.) Dam Remedial Works Design and Construction Specialist A highly experienced Civil Engineer with around 25 years ofwork on construction and management of dams in general with particular experience in remedial works for large dams.  He should have first-hand experience in planning and managing construction programs,complex construction works such as grouting technologies for cut-off walls, coffer dams and similar works for existing dams inparticular.  He should be updated on current construction equipment, methods andtechnologies.  Prior consulting experience and dam review experience is anasset. 4.) Operational Hydrologist/Hydraulics Specialist An experienced engineer/hydrologist specializing inoperational hydrology of national and/or international repute with at least 20 years work experience.  This experience should include: processing and review of raw hydrometric data; analysis of extreme rainfall andriver flow statistics; preparation of river flow hydrographs and flow?duration curves for use in deriving reservoir rule curves;rainfall-runoff simulation of river flow under conditionsof inadequate flow records for determination  of extreme low frequency inflow hydrographs for dam reservoirs; reservoir operational modeling to determineextreme spillway discharges; river channel flow modeling to determine overbank flooding from extreme spillway discharges; dam breakmodelingas well as reviewof hydraulic design, such as spillways, stilling basins, outlet works, etc. E. ConsultantEoI InterestedConsultants shouldsubmit their Curriculum Vitae (CV) with copies of engagement letters supporting information that the CVdemonstrates that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The short-listing criteriaare: a) General experience in area of expertise listed above on project/scheme inNigeria or     elsewhere at a similar scale; b) Specific experience in / of  particular area of expertise indams, water resource management or similarfields; c) Experience with Panel of Experts for Dams externally funded projects (e.g.AfDB, WB, USAID, DFID, etc.); d) Experience in Nigeriaor a developing countrywithin Africa under similar conditions. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bankborrowers. January 2011 edition(Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Interested consultants may obtain further information from the addressbelow during office hours 08:00 and 17:00 (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at address"ympeter@gmail.com". A hard copy of Expression ofInterest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not later than 14:00 hours local time on 15th January, 2015. ATTN: PROJECTCOORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT INNIGERIA PROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATERRESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARI STREET, OFF ADESOJIADEREMI STREET APO?ABUJA. Tel+2348038391469,+2348052048706 Signed: ProjectCoordinator ympeter@gmail.com [1]               Such cases may arise for existing earth dams due to construction of: (i) afoundation cut-off  (e.g. for Goronyo dam); or (ii) an auxiliary spillway on the embankments of an existing earth dam (e.g.for Bakolori & Zobedams)

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest (eoi) For Consultancy Services To Conduct And Determine The Feasibility For Utility-scale Grid-connected Wind Power Plants (off-shore Or On- Shore) This request for expression of interest follows the update of the general procurement notice for thisproject that appeared in UN Development Business issue of 27th April, 2012 and in Nigeriannewspapers of 27th September2012. As part of Governments commitment to transformation of the Nigerian socio-economy landscape, The Federal Government of Nigeria has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost ofNigerian Erosion and Watershed Management Project(NEWMAP), designed to achieve greater environment and economic security.NEWMAP is an 8-year multi-sectorand multi-scale programthat targets states with acute gully erosion.The Project is to address severe gully erosion problems in the short term, reduce vulnerability to soil erosion andclimatevariability in the medium term, and promote long-term climate resilient, low carbondevelopment. Climate variability and changethreatens to exacerbate Nigeria's erosion challenges; and more generally undermine the country's efforts to reach its longer-rundevelopment aspirations, as it affects critical sectors such as agriculture, livestock, forest, water resources management, andcoastal zone development. At the same time, Nigeria has a significant potential to contribute to global efforts to reduce theemission of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs). With the right combination of better knowledge, enhanced governance of climate-relatedpolicies and international funding for climate action, Nigeria could make its development more climate-resilient, and could pursuea range of win-win options to reduce emissions while at the same time spurring growth. To help put in place conditions for reducingin the longer-term climate-related challenges (including erosion), NEWMAP dedicated a component aimed at assisting the country toaddress the broader climate change agenda; including improving energy security;reducing the health and environmental impacts associated with fossil and nuclear energy; mitigating greenhouse gas emission;improving educational opportunities; creating jobs; reducing poverty; and increasing gender equality. The Climate Change agenda support component isimplemented at the Federal Government level to strengthen Nigeria's capacity to promote low-carbon, climate resilient development.Outcomes focus on providing toolsand approaches for government to become better equipped to respond toclimate change; and onsupporting demonstration projects on the ground to test the viability and scaling-up potential of low-carbon development options. The Nigeria Renewable Energy Master Plan (REMP) is a policy being implemented by Nigeria's Federal Ministry of Environment that aims toincrease the contribution of Renewable Energy toaccount for 10% of Nigerian total energy consumption by 2025. The Federal Project Management Unit of NEWMAP intends to use part of the proceeds of the credit for the recruitmentof a Consultancyfirm to conduct the feasibility study for Utility-Scale Grid-Connected Wind Power Plants. The consulting services ("the Services") include the studyto determine feasibility of grid connected wind power plant(s), of 100 MWp of aggregateinstalled capacity at various sites, under a Public-Private partnership or IPP framework. The purposeof these studies is to assesspossible wind system installation(s) and estimate the cost, performance, and site impacts of different options . In addition, thestudies would conduct a policy, legal and security review of the projects under consideration and recommend financing options. Thecomplete techno-commercial viability of the project would allow potential investors to quickly arrive at a financing andprojectimplementation decisions with the minimal time and cost involvements.This is expected to greatly enhance and shorten theproject development cycle as Nigeria plans to leverage Climate finance resources e.g Green Climate Fund for enhancing the projectprofile for co-private investors' participation. The study details are as follows: 1.            Update of the onshore mapping for wind potential including acquiring and operation of measurement stations as describedabove 2.            Outlining of basics and conditions for offshore technologies and preparation of the first off shore wind map as describedabove 3.            Preparing of a decision regarding offshore wind measurements and mappings. 4.            Pre-Feasibility/ Site Selection Study ? Intended to review possible locations and make a selection for siting wind powerplants based on existing wind mapping. The studies are also to conduct apreliminary assessment of the technical and commercialviability of deploying 100MW grid-connected wind power plants. 5.            Feasibility Study- (intended to lead to Investment Bid):a) utility scale (50-100)MW grid-connected plant at single-site,allowing for modular scale-up, phased development in the identified sites. (b) Co-generation feeder plants adjacent to the HydroPower Plant and (c) Embedded generation plants within privatised DISCOs (Grid-connected, distributed) or micro grid. Consultantmust ensure close collaboration with the System Operator in the Transmission Company of Nigeriain deciding the location and scaleof the plant. 6.            Power Evacuation Study ? investigate the power evacuation options for the grid-connected wind power plants. This shouldresult in an approval from TCN and the issuance of a power evacuation certificate. 7.            Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report ? Environmental and Social Impact assessment of the selected locations forthe wind power plants, resulting in a certification by the Federal Ministry of Environment. (Geo-technical, Hydrological andTopography surveys will need to be carried out as part of the ESIA). 8.            Concept Engineering, technical design and specification (intended to lead to Functional Bid): Embedded generation plantswithin privatised DISCOs (grid-connected, distributed) 9.            Develop the financial model for wind power plants (intended to lead to investment decisions and power purchase agreementtariffs.) Specific Objectives are: 10.        to update the currently available onshore wind mapping 11.        to prepare decision on whether to follow up implementing an offshore wind mapping 12.        to identify sites based on the available map and to analyse potential locations 13.        to investigate the identified sites (parcels) havinghigh wind energy potential for development of utility-scale gridconnected wind power plant(s) and rank them according to their suitability for commercial exploitation; and assessing ranked sites and selection the best option for wind powerplant. 14.        carryout a complete Cost-Benefit and Risk analysis of selected wind plants (including considered technolog(ies) and detailedsystem definition) 15.        to carryout scoping and feasibility studies of all the above plants. In addition, the intermittency of wind power needsto be carefullyconsidered and the consultant must ensure close collaboration with the System Operator in the Transmission Company of Nigeria indeciding the location and scale of the plant ; and 16.        to prepare a concept design, project specification,tender documents and detailed investment (orBusiness) plan, requirements list that can be used as an integral input towards project development, including technical,commercial and general specifications and equipment list for the grid connected wind plants that is ranked first and second. The feasibility studies will entail detailed economic, financial, and technical analysis andsite investigations. Whilea social and environmental impact assessment will be carried out as well. The economic and financialevaluation should be conducted in sufficient detail to enable forming a reasonable basis for making an investment (& Businessfor feasibility studies) decision. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTERESTS (EOIs) The Federal Project Management Unit of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project(NEWMAP) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are (i) evidence showing the fields of specialty of thefirm (consultant's profile/brochures) (ii) evidence showing that the firm is a legal entity (certificate of registration), (iii)evidence of registration with relevant authorities and professional bodies. (iv) Evidence showingthe technical and managerialcapabilities of the firm in the field ofassignment. (v) experience of working in a similar geographical region, (vi) Description of similar assignments, (vi) availability ofappropriate skills among staff, and availability of essential  technology etc.).For each previous project performed, the consultantshall provide the name and contact address of the client (office & e-mail address, and telephone number), date(s) of execution,name(s) of lead and associate firms, contract amount and financing sources. The attention of interested Consultants (firm) is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [July 2014] ("Consultant Guidelines") setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality andCost Based Selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours (10.00 am to 16.00 pm). Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person,or courier) by 20th August, 2015. NigeriaErosion and Watershed Management Project Attn: Federal Project Coordinator Federal Ministry of Environment, No. 170, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja, Nigeria.

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) | Published November 5, 2015  -  Deadline December 3, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Intrest (eoi) For The Preparation Of Onitsha Urban Storm Water Management Master Plan Under The Nigeria Erosion And Watershed Management Project (newmap) Anambra State, Nigeria FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT(NEWMAP) PROJECT ID: 124905 Issue Date: November 5, 2015 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTREST(EOI) FOR THE PREPARATIONOF ONITSHA URBAN STORM WATER MANAGEMENT MASTER PLAN UNDER THENIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (NEWMAP) ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA Thisrequest for expression of interest follows the update of the general procurement notice for this project that appeared inUN Development Business Issues of 27th April, 2012 and in Nigerian newspapers of 27th September2012. As part of Government's commitment to transformation of the Nigerian socio-economic landscape, amulti-sector project is being executed in Nigeria to mitigate the vulnerability to erosion and support the people as they relate totheir land. The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) is an 8-year multi-sectoral and multi-scale program thattargets states with acute gully erosion. The Project is involving many Federal and State Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAs), Local Governments, communities and civil societies who are responsible for planning, economy, finance, works, agriculture,water resources, forests, transport, power, emergency response as well as those focused on climate and hydrological information orwatershed/basin regulation. In order to achieve this, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a credit of US$500million from the International Development Association (IDA) for the implementation of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject. Anambra State, a participant in the implementation of the project intends to use part of the proceeds of the credit for thePreparation of Onitsha Urban Storm Water Management Master Plan. OBJECTIVE Anambra State Project Management Unit of the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project(NEWMAP), the implementing agency in the State, has the responsibility of providing "Damage Control" to slow the expansion oftargeted set of aggressive gullies across the State, thereby reducing the loss to property and infrastructure andhelping cultivatecommunity ownership; influencing the gully intervention to support integrated watershed management and move towards greateradoption of sustainable land and water management practices by local people in the sub-watershed and urban areas where gullies arelocated. Therefore, the purpose of this consultancy services is to select a qualified firm who will carry out the main objective ofthe assignment, which is enhance awareness and educate communities affected by flooding so as to promote a change in behavior,developing a strategy to reducing negative environmental, social and health impacts resulting from stagnating rainwater, inadequacyand obsolescence of drainage systems, and the lack of appropriate measures to reduce and prevent flood catastrophes. It will also involve developing a template for flood management framework for the catchment, aimedat addressing existing problems and providing a range of benefits for a sustainable development. This will be achieved by:identifying and assessing the storm waterdrainage needs of Onitsha City and prepare a Storm water Master Plan to allow forprioritization, detailed design and implementation of infrastructures and projects to reduce flooding, manage the menace and impactof rain storm water and its influence on erosion, allow for improvements and development to proceed without recourse to the livesof the community. Finally, outline and identify institutional arrangement and relevant stakeholders for the implementation of theproject for a sustainable development. The consulting firm will be hired for a period of twelve (12) months to provide services ascontained in the Terms of Reference (TOR). DETAILED CONSULTANCY The consultant will be responsible for carrying out the detailed studies as contained in the TOR,which include the following: ·        Digitalized,Geo-referenced mapping of the study area ·         Data gathering analysis and summary ·         Report on site limitations and potential ·         Draft detailed of Onitsha city Storm Water management master plan (SWMMP) ·         Production of the final version of SWMMP ·        Assessment of the costof implementation the SWMMP Details of these assignments are contained in the TORwhich is available for collection from theproject office given belowfrom 9:00AM to 4:00PM Mondays through Fridays. The contract agreement to be signed shall be a Lump Sum Contract. The consultant will be procured through the WorldBank QCBS selection method. The shortlisted consultants would be required to submit technical and financial proposals separately.The evaluation process would be carried outbased on the proposals submitted. SUBMISSION OFEXPRESSION OF INTERESTS(EOIs) The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) Anambra State Project ManagementUnit now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providingthe Services. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they possess the requisite qualifications and experienceto perform theservices. The shortlisting criteria are (i) Evidence showing the field of specialty of the firm (Consultantsprofile/brochures) (ii) Evidence showing that the firm is a legal entity (certificate of registration), (iii) Evidence ofregistration with relevant authorities andprofessional bodies. (iv) Evidence showing the technical and managerial capabilities ofthe firm in the field of assignment. (v) Experienceof working in a similar geographical region, (vi) Description of similarassignments, (vii) Availability of appropriate skills among staff,and availability of essential technology e.t.c.  For each previous project performed, the consultant shall provide the name and contactaddress of the client (office& e-mail address, and telephone number), date(s) of execution, name(s) of lead and associatefirms, contract amount and financing sources. The attention of interested Consultants (firms) is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011] ("Consultant Guidelines") please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict of Interest .In addition, please refer to thefollowing specific information on conflict of interest related to the assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy toenhance their qualifications. A consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based method set out in theConsultant Guidelines Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours (9:00AM to 4:00PM, Monday through Friday) Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or bymail or e-mail) latest by 12 Noon, December 3 2015. Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) Anambra State Project Management Unit Attn: Project Coordinator Jerome Udoji Secretariat (Old Building) Aroma - Awka Anambra State, Nigeria Tel: Project Coordinator E-mail: anambranewmap@gmail.com

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) | Published December 14, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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Request For Expression Of Interest (eoi) For The Preparation Of An Environmental And Social Management Plan (esmp)and Abbreviated Resettlement Action Plan (arap) FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNMENT                                MINISTRY OFENVIRONMENT Anambra State - NigeriaErosion and Watershed Management Project (ANS-NEWMAP) PROJECT ID: P124905ANS/NEWMAP/CS/CQS/2015/02 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THEPREPARATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (ESMP) AND ABBREVIATED RESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN(ARAP) Issue Date: 14 December,2015 This request for expression of interest follows the update of the general procurement notice forthis project that appearedin UN Development Business issue on 27th April, 2012 and in Nigerian Newspapers of27th September 2012. As part of Government's commitment to transformation of the Nigerian socio-economy landscape, amulti-sector project is being executed in Nigeria to mitigate the vulnerability to erosion and support the people as they relate totheir land. The Nigeria Erosion andWatershed Management Project (NEWMAP) is an 8-year multi-sectored andmulti-scale program thattargets states with acute gully erosion. Theproject is involving many Federal and State Ministries, Departments and Agencies(MDAS), Local Governments, communities and Civil Societieswho are responsible for Planning, economy, finance, works, agriculture,water resources, forests, transport, power, emergency response as well as those focused on climate and hydrological information orwatershed/basin regulation. In order to achieve this, the Federal Governmentof Nigeria (FGN) has received a credit of US$500million from the International Development Association (IDA) for the implementation of Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject. Anambra State who is participating in the implementation of the project intends to use part of theproceeds of the credit for the preparation of an Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) and Accelerated ResettlementAction Plan (ARAP). OBJECTIVE ANDSCOPE OF CONSULTANCYSERVICE The objective of the consulting services is to prepare an Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) for each gullyerosion site assigned to a "Lot" as follows; Lot 1:                                                  Lot 2: AbidiVillage, Umuoji                         Ndiagu Ikenga, Ogidi Enugu-Ukwu, Enugu-Ukwu                Ugamuma, Obosi Each ESMP is site-specific and consists of a well documented set of mitigation, monitoring andinstitutional actions to be taken before and during implementation to eliminate adverse environmental and social impacts, offsetthem, or reduce them to acceptable levels. Each ESMP also includes the measures needed to implement these actions, addressing theadequacy of the monitoring and institutional arrangements for the upper and lower watersheds in the interventionsite. The consulting firm will work in close collaboration with the engineering design consultants andNEWMAP State Project Management Unit's (SPMU) Safeguard Team, and with other actors as directed by the SPMU. In that respect, thesequencing of the technical/feasibility studies and the ESMP/ARAP will be critical. The consulting firm will have to receive thedraft technical/feasibility studies in order totake into account the technical variants of the proposed activities and also inreturn inform the technical design consultants of any majorconstraint that may arise due to the social and environmental situationon the ground. In each intervention site, the consulting firm will visit the full sub-watershed as delimited inthe given gully stabilization design. These sub-watersheds are an average of four square kilometers in southern Nigeria. Theconsultancy firm will take into account the proposed civil engineering designs, vegetative land management measures and otheractivities aimed at reducing or managing run-offs that would be carried out within the sub-watershed. The consulting firm willassess natural resources and infrastructure that will be potentiallyaffected during project implementation and operation and selectmanagement strategies needed to ensure that environmental risks are appropriately mitigated. TASK OF THE CONSULTANCY FIRM INCLUDE THEFOLLOWING: Describe the existing status of the sub-watershed andgullies;Identify the environmentaland social issues/risks associated with theexisting conditions;Select and measure appreciate baseline indicators (for example,m3/sec of runoff collected in the sub-watershed during a heavy rainfall);Develop a plan for mitigating environmental and social risks associatedwith construction and operation in the gully in consultation with the relevant public and government agencies; Identify feasibleand cost?effective measures that may reduce potentially significant adverse environmental and social impacts to acceptablelevels;Develop a time-bound plan for migrating environmental and social risksassociated with sub-watershed management in consultation with the relevant public and government agencies; Identify feasible andcost?effective measures that may reduce potentially significant adverse environmental and social impacts to acceptablelevels;Identify monitoring objectives and specifies the type of monitoring, withlinkages to the impacts assessed and mitigation measures described above (in a-e);Provide specific descriptions of institutional arrangements: the agenciesresponsible for carrying out the mitigation and monitoring measures (e.g. for operation, supervision, enforcement, monitoring ofimplementation, remedial action, financing reporting, and staff training) and the contractual arrangements for assuring theperformance of each implementing agency;Define technical assistance programs that could strengthen environmentalmanagement capability in the agencies responsible for implementation;Provide an implementation schedule for measures that must be carried outas part of the project showing phasing and coordination with overall project implementation plans; and Provide the expected capital and recurrent cost estimates and sources ofthe funds for implementing the ESMP and inform accordingly the design consultants so that these costs are duly taken intoconsideration in the designs. SUBMISSION OFEXPRESSION OF INTEREST(EOI) The Anambra State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (ANS-NEWMAP) now inviteseligible Consulting Firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services in each Lot. Interested Consultancyfirm is eligible to bid for one Lot onlyso as to enhance speedy delivery of the assignment. Also, interested Consultancy firmshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theservices. The qualifying criteria are: (i) Evidence showing that thefirm is a legal entity (ii) Evidence showing the fields of specialty of the firm (iii) Evidence of registration withrelevant authorities and professional bodies. (iv) General experience of the firm(s) in consulting services relating to ESMP/ARAP during the last 4years (v) Experience of working in a similar geographical region (vi) Availability ofProfessional Key Staff with requisite qualifications in the field of assignment (vii) Availability of appropriate skills andessential technology etc. For each previous project performed, the consultancy firm shall provide the name and contactaddress of the client (office & e-mail address, and telephone number(s), date(s) of execution, contract amount and financingsources. (viii) Brief description (not more than 2pages) of the proposed Methodology of carrying out thescope of the work. The attention of interested Consultancy Firm is drawnto paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits ∧ Grants) by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011} ('Consultant Guidelines"). Please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflictof interestrelated to this assignment on information on conflict of interest related to the assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of ConsultantGuidelines. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultancy Qualification Selection (CQS)method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours (10:00AM to4:00PM). Expressions of Interest must be delivered in Five (5)hard copies to the address below by 12:00PMon January 4, 2015. Late submissions will be rejected. Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) Anambra State Project Management Unit State Project Coordinator Jerome Udoji Secretariat, (Old Building) Arroma- Awka, Anambra State Tel: 0909 575 4625

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Edo State- Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (EDO- NEWMAP) | Published July 31, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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Eoi For The Engagement Of Household And Community Rain Water Harvesting Consultant For The Oshiobugie Gully Erosion Control Site In Auchi, Edo State FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA GOVERNMENT OF EDO STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC UTILITIES NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT(NEWMAP) Project ID: P124905 Issuance Date: 30th July, 2015 Request for Expression of Interest (EoI) fortheengagement of Household and Community Rain Water Harvesting Consultant for the Oshiobugie Gully Erosion Control Site in Auchi, Edo StateUnder The Nigeria Erosion And Watershed Management Project (Newmap) This request for expression of interest follows the update of the generalprocurement noticefor this project that appeared in UN Development Business issue of 27th April, 2012 and in Nigerian newspapers of27th September 2012. As part of Governments commitment to transformation of theNigerian socio-economy landscape, a multi-sector project is being executed in Nigeria to mitigatethe vulnerability to erosion andsupport the people as they relate totheir land. The Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP) is an 8-yearmulti-sectoral and multi-scale program that targets states with acute gully erosion. The project is involving many Federaland StateMinistries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), Local Governments, communities and civil Societies who are  responsible for Planning, economy, finance, works,agriculture, water resources, forests,transport, power, emergency response as well as those focused on climate and hydrological information or watershed/basinregulation. In order to achieve this, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) hasreceived a credit of US$500 million from the International Development Association (IDA) for the implementation of the NigeriaErosion and Watershed Management Project. The Edo State Project Management Unitof the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject intends to use part of the proceeds of the credit for the engagement of household and community rain water harvesting consultant for the Oshiobugie gully erosion control site in Auchi, Edo state toreduce vulnerability to soilerosion in targeted sub-watersheds withactions to stabilize and rehabilitate major erosion prone sites by addressing rain water which is theunderlying cause of erosion using conventional & structural techniques. OBJECTIVES The consultancy firm is to provide technical support/capacity building to the project in the affected watershed areas. The supportincludes but not limited to: (i) StateProject Management Units (SPMUs)  ; (ii) StateEngineering Design and Supervision Firms (SEDSFs); (iii) Umbrella NGO (UNGO); (iv) Focal NGO (FONGO) and (v) those agenciesresponsible for Environmental Management Plan (EMP) formulation and implementation for major gully control/rehabilitationsub-project sites. Specifically the firm will provide thefollowing scope of services: 1.0       SCOPE OF SERVICES The general scope of this assignment is to conduct thefeasibility studies and detailed engineering design for the construction and supervision of water harvesting structure in order toachieve the core objectives of this assignment, the rainwater harvesting consultants will develop a work plan and provide qualifiedand skilled personnel with experience to ensure the completion of the tasks listed below in a manner consistent with internationalbest practice and standards adopted for NEWMAP. 1.1       The Specific scope of theassignment will include but not limited to the following: 1.1.1 Prepare feasibility studies including comprehensiveengineering survey and hydrometeorological study of the location as well as entailing cost. Assist the SPMU in overall planfor rainwater conservation and utilization to be adopted for sitedesigns. 1.1.2   Develop both rainwater and runoff water harvesting techniques for the sub-watershed areas. 1.1.3   Develop water harvestingtraining manual/maintenance guide and conduct training for householdsin thecommunity. 1.1.4   Design and prepare working drawing of appropriate rainfall collector and water storage facilities, including Bill ofEngineering Measurement and Evaluation for the construction of the rainfall collector and water storagefacilities. 1.1.5   Engage all STAKEHOLDERS within the sub-watershed catchment area in the adoption and utilization of conventional waterharvesting techniques that would reduce soil degradation due to uncontrolled and utilized runoff. 1.1.6   Recommend on the appropriate institutional implementation structures, criteria for selection of benefiting household,community and the disbursement plan. 1.2      Other services include (i)    ensure thetechnical aspects of rainwater harvesting managementtechniques are in harmony with the engineering designs so that SPMUs caneffectively implement the water harvesting techniques; (ii)  liaise withthe SPMUs and UNGO/FONGO to ensure the community is sensitized on the utilization of the techniques; (iii)  ensure that the contractors build according to design specifications; (iv) provide reportsincluding designs anddrawings for the site location for approval  and to be adopted by the SPMU; (v)  support theSEDSF, on behalf of the PMU, to supervise construction of the structures within the sub-catchment area; (vi)  Provide manuals and maintenance guidelines for dissemination/awareness by the  FONGO on the utilization of the water harvesting techniques for purposes of agricultural cultivation, vegetationcover and conventional uses. (vii)                       Provide for capacity building for SPMU and other relevant and participating MDAs The consulting firm will be hired for a period of Six (6) months to provide theservices. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTERESTS (EOIs) Edo State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project(Edo-NEWMAP) now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interestin providing the Services. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The shortlisting criteria are (i) Evidence showing the fields of specialty of the firm(profile/brochures) (ii) Evidence showing that the firm is a legal entity (certificate of registration), (iii) Evidence ofregistration with relevant authorities and professional bodies. (iv). Evidence showing the technical and managerial capabilities ofthe firm in the field of assignment. (v) Experienceof working in a similar geographical region, (vi) Description of similar assignments and general Experience of the Firm(s) in Consulting Services relating to Water Harvestingduring the last 4 years, (For each previousproject performed, the consultant must provide the name and contact address of the client (office & e-mail address, andtelephone number), date(s) of execution, name(s) of lead and associate firms, contract amount and financing sources) (vii) Availability of Professional Key Staff with Suitable Qualifications in the field ofassignment, (viii. Brief description (not more than 2 pages) of the proposed Methodology ofcarrying out the scope of the work. The attention of interested Consultants (firm) is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employmentof Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011] ("Consultant Guidelines") Please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment oninformation on conflict of interest related to the assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Consultants-NGOs may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture ora sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultant's Qualification CQS methodset out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours (10.00 am to 16.00pm). Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person,or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 14th August, 2015. ProjectCoordinator State Project Management Unit(SPMU) Edo State- Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (EDO-NEWMAP) Palm House, 9th Floor, Sapele, Road, Benin City Edo State, Nigeria Email: edostatenewmap@yahoo.com Tel: 08034279626, 09099746661,08050180888 Attention: Engr.John Adisa

Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES | Published April 17, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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Technical Assistance For The Establishment Of Farmer Management And Service Delivery Center And Matching Grant Mechanism At Bakolori,middle Rima, Kano River And Hadejia Valley Irrigation Schemes Under The Transforming Irrigation Management In Nigeria A.           TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENTOFFARMER MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE DELIVERY CENTER AND MATCHING GRANT MECHANISM AT BAKOLORI,  MIDDLE RIMA, KANO RIVER AND HADEJIA VALLEY IRRIGATION SCHEMES UNDER THE TRANSFORMINGIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT COUNTRY:                           NIGERIA NAME OF PROJECT:     TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING)PROJECT Project ID No:                     P123112 Credit No:                          CR 5506 ?NG REF NO: FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2014/03. The Federal Government ofNigeria (FGN) has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the TransformingIrrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING)Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The TRIMING ProjectDevelopment Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements forintegrated water resources management and agricultural service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in NorthernNigeria. The principal proposed investment components are thefollowing: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement; Irrigation Development and Management; EnhancingAgricultural Productivity and Support to Value Chains Development and Institutional Development and Project Management.  The Implementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry ofWater Resources (FMWR).  The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) tomanage all aspects of procurement, management, payments and disbursement applications for the Project. B.           Objectives of the assignment The main objective of this assignment is building the technical and managerial capacity of organized farmers in the name of Water Users Associations (WUAs) inorder to improve their ability to access markets opportunities and adequate production support services, mechanizationservices,agro-processing support, financial management and access to markets.  Toachieve this objective, Farmers Management and Service Delivery Center (FMSDC) will be established (both physical structures andmanagerial competencies) in each of the irrigation schemes based on a value chain approach. The FMSDCs  will be a one stop shop that will provide technical assistance tofarmers and eligible beneficiaries in the areas of accounting and financial management (e.g. establishing accounting software, bookkeeping), business planning and establishing out-grower schemes to facilitate commercialization of farmers' products, facilitationof access to technologies such as mechanization and agro processingsupport, inputsand finance, as well as technical support through extension services (provided directly or through third parties). To this end, technical assistance through a savvy agribusiness firm for the two watershed covered by the Project(namely Hadeija Jama'are and Sokoto-Rima Valley) to support the establishment of the FMSDC atscheme level and  initiate strong forward and backward linkages along the value chains, using the productivealliance models will be provided.  In particular, the firm will provide necessaryinstruments/mechanism for the management of the Matching Grant by the Project Management Unit (PMU). It will also provide supportto the WUAs in developing, documenting, training and communicating on methodologies, procedures and instruments for marketlinkages, access to inputs,extension and financial services. There will also be the development of a Matching Grant Mechanism (MGM) to ensure funding of critical activities alongthe value chains aimed at improving farmers' productivity through access to improved technologies and access to markets andservices, such as mechanization equipment or services, storage, farm-gate commodity aggregation, primary processing and packagingcenters, transport services, etc.  These grants are meant to complement or unlockfinancial services where existing in project intervention areas, or to mitigate market failure where such services are notprovided. The matching grants could also be used to strengthen or scale up on-going initiatives of the Federal Government ofNigeria. C. Activities The activities involved include thefollowing: 1.            Value chain analysis anddevelopment 2.            Support towards the establishment ofFarmer Management and  Service Delivery Centers (FMSDCs) 3.            Design and provide procedures for themanagement of Matching grant mechanism as well as long term financing of the FMSDC 4.            Detailed design and constructionsupervision for the FMSDCs physical structure at each scheme. D. Staffing: Qualification of Required Experts The consulting firm should be agribusinessoriented with experience in value chain management and farmers-agribusiness linkages and track record in business solutionsinvolving small farmers and their organizations. The consultant team should be structured differently forthepreparation/elaboration and the implementation/capacity building phases. For the preparation/elaboration phase, thefollowing expertisewill be required: 1)            Market expert 2)            Sociologist 3)            Agronomist with a good knowledge ofirrigated agronomy (Rice, tomato, wheat etc) 4)            CommunicationExpert 5)            Expert in Law/Transactionadvisor 6)            Structural DesignEngineer While at the implementation/capacity buildingphase, the following staffing will be required: 1)            Overall projectManager 2)            Agribusiness with experience inirrigated scheme 3)            FinancialExpert 4)            Economist 5)            StructuralEngineer 6)            Any other field of specialization thatthe situation requires E. Duration of the Assignment is 4 years F. EvaluationCriteria The consultant/consortium shoulddemonstrate: a)      Experience in support to farmers organizations in terms of managementand business planning particularly in the irrigation sector. b)      A proven record in working with value chains approach in Africa orsimilar irrigation-based agro-ecological systems (under semi-arid conditions) c)      Provenrecord on business development services to farmers, farmerorganizations and SMEs along commercial agriculture value chains. d)     Experience in design and supervision of FSMDC or similar farm structures e)      Experience in managing similar projects. A consultant will be selected in accordancewith the Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines The Federal Ministry of Water Resourcesthrough its Project Management Unit now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") toindicate their interest in providingthe Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the Services. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by WorldBank borrowers. January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Consultants may associate with other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance the quality of their submission. Further information can be obtained at theaddress below during office hours between 0800 to 1700 hour local time Mondays to Fridays. A hard copy Expressions of interest must be delivered in a writtenform to the address below in person, or by currier not later than 14:00 hour local time on15th May, 2015. THE PROJECT COORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATIONMANAGEMENT IN NIGERIAPROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARI STREET, OFF ADESOJI ADEREMISTREET APO ?ABUJA. NIGERIA. Tel:+2348038391469,+2348052048706 Email: pymanjuk@triming.org Signed: ProjectCoordinator

NG-RAMP PHASE 2 - P095003

State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) | Published December 12, 2014  -  Deadline January 22, 2015
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (eoi) Forconsulting Services For The Detailed Engineering Design, Environmental And Social Impact Assessment, Procurement Support And Construction Supervision Of Rehabilitation Of Rural Roads In Osun State. The Federal Republic of Nigeria, through the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, has received financingfrom the International Development Association (IDA) and the French Development Agency and on-lent the financing to fourparticipating states (Adamawa, Enugu, Niger, and Osun) towards the cost of rehabilitation of prioritized ruralroads in these statesunder the Second Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP-2). It is intended that part of the proceeds of the financing will beapplied to eligible payments under the contract for Consulting Services. The consulting services ("the Services") include detailedengineering design, environmental and social impact assessment, procurement support, and construction supervision for therehabilitation of low volume mostly unpaved rural roads in Osun state as follows: (i) conducting a detailed inventory and conditionsurvey, and a full topographical survey and a geotechnical/materials survey of each given road (totaling approximately 300 km to bepackaged in 5 or 6 Lots across the State) complete with the existing structures; together with comprehensive traffic counts,economic analysis, and environmental and social impact assessments, including development of an Environmental and Social ManagementPlan and aResettlement Action Plan (RAP) or Abbreviated Resettlement Action Plan (ARAP) as necessary in accordance with World BankSafeguards Policies for Category B projects, leading to and including the design of the appropriate rehabilitation and limitedconstruction Works and the preparation of the bidding documents for each Lot; (ii) providing full procurement support to theEmployer through the bidding process to the award of the Works contract for each Lot; and (iii) supervising construction of theWorks of each Lot in the capacity of the Engineer, including the Defects Liability Period (DLP). Subject to agreement by theEmployer, the Services may include supervision, with minimal staffing, ofroutine and periodic maintenance of these roads for 3years initially(first year falling within the 12-month Defects Liability Period.) The total duration of the Services is about 40 months: theDetailed Engineering Design, Environmental and Social Assessment and Preparation of Civil Works Bidding Documents is to becompleted in 6 months, after which theProcurement Support Services would last approximately 4 months., and the Works are to beconstructed in 18 months, with a Defect Liability Period (requiring scaled down supervision) of 12 months. Should the supervisionof the 3-year maintenance activities be agreed following thecompletion of the road rehabilitation, the total duration of theConsulting Services would be 64 months. The State Project Implementation Unit (SPIU) on behalf of OsunState Government now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experienceto perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: 1.       General qualification: Capacity of the Consultant to carry out the Services, to be demonstrated bysufficient years in business with core business in similar activities to those under the Services, annual turnover of theConsultant, and overall number and qualifications of Consultant' key staff. A brief presentation of the Consultant's profile shallbe provided. 2.       Engineering Design: Experience and capacity for Engineering Design of low volume rural roadssimilar in scope and size to those subject to the Services, with both laterite and bituminous surface treatment sections. TheConsultants shall demonstrate experience and capacity for conducting full condition surveys, topographical surveys, road and bridgeand drainage inventories, geotechnical and material surveys, drainage condition and capacity assessments,and bridge and otherstructures condition and capacity assessments and designs. The Consultants shall also demonstrate experience and capacity forconducting economic analysis using the Highway Design and Management tool (HDM-4) or the Road Economic Decision (RED) model or anyother recognized economic evaluation methodology. 3.       Construction Supervision: Experienceand capacity for Construction Supervision in the role ofEngineer forrehabilitation and construction of low volume rural roads similar in scope and size to those subject to the Services,with both laterite and bituminous surface treatment sections. 4.       Environmental and Social Assessment:Experience and capacity for conducting Environmental and SocialImpact Assessments (ESIA) in line with World Bank Safeguards Policies and in proposing mitigation measures in the form ofEnvironmental and Social Management Plans and in drawing up Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) or Abbreviated Resettlement ActionPlans (ARAP). 5.       Bidding Documents and Procurement Support: Experience and capacity for production of full Englishlanguagebidding documents based on the World Bank Standard Bidding Document for the Procurement of Works, including TechnicalSpecifications, Engineering Drawings, and Bills of Quantities; and for provision of full procurement support through the civilworks bidding process and contractaward. The consultants are encouraged to present the informationdemonstrating the fulfilment of the criteria above in the form of project profiles including: the project name, the location of theproject, the name and address of the client/beneficiary, the name(s) of associated firm(s) if any, the duration of the assignment,the start and end date of the assignment, the total value of the contract, the total number of staff-months of the assignment, thevalue of the services provided by the Consultantunder the contract, the number of professional staff-months provided by theassociated firm(s), the names of the Consultant's senior staff involved and functions performed, a brief narrative description oftheproject, and a description of the actual services provided by the Consultant's staff under the assignment. The description ofthe services provided shall specify the type of roads and the works subject to the services, the length of roads, and the locationof the roads. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of ajoint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality andCost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. The detailed engineering design services and thepreparation of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (including preparation of the bidding documents) will be paid on alump sum basis, while the subsequent support including construction supervision and other services will be paid on aresourcetime-based basis. Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours, i.e. 0800 to 1600 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow (in person, or by courier) on or before12noon 22nd January 2015.

SPN - Nigeria - Urban Water Supply And Sanitation Improvement Project In Oyo And Taraba States

 | Published December 30, 2016
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SPN - Nigeria - Zaria Water Supply Expansion and Sanitation Project

 | Published December 30, 2016
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AAO - Niger - Acquisition de kits d’intrants agricoles - P2RS

 | Published September 30, 2016
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AAO - Niger - Programme de Renforcement de la Résilience à l'Insécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle au Sahel (P2RS)

 | Published September 27, 2016
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EOI - Nigeria - Consultancy Services for the construction of cellulosic Bio-refinery – Environmental Assessment

 | Published October 14, 2016
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Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 24, 2016
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Consultancy Service For Construction Supervision For Rehabilitation And Expansion Of Kano River Irrigation Scheme (kris) And Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (hvis), Dam Safety / River Training Works In The Hadejia-jama?are Basin. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA PROJECT Project ID No:               P123112 Credit No:                  CR 5506-NG Assignment Title:CONSULTANCY SERVICE FOR CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION FOR REHABILITATION AND EXPANSION OF KANO RIVER IRRIGATION SCHEME(KRIS) AND HADEJIA VALLEY IRRIGATION SCHEME (HVIS), DAM SAFETY /RIVER TRAINING WORKS IN THE HADEJIA-JAMA'AREBASIN. Reference No.    (FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2016/01 The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN)has received a creditfrom the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceedsfor consulting services. The TRIMINGProject Development Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage servicesand to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selectedlarge-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria. The principal proposed investment componentsare the following: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement; Irrigation Development and Management;Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support to ValueChains Development; and Institutional Development and Project Management.  The Implementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources(FMWR).  The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects of procurement, management, payments anddisbursement applications for the Project. The consulting services ("the Services")include supervision of: (i) dam safety (major rehabilitation works on Tiga Dam, Challawa Gorge Dam, Ruwan Kanya Reservoir andHadejia Barrage); (ii) comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Kano River Irrigation Scheme (KRIS) totaling 15,000ha; (iii)comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (HVIS) totaling 6,000ha and (iv) river trainingworks and dykes downstream of the irrigation schemes. The rehabilitation and expansion works to be supervised are to be implementedviz: 1.                              Lot 1: Dam safety (major rehabilitation works on Tiga Dam, Challawa Gorge Dam, Ruwan KanyaReservoir and Hadejia Barrage) 2.                              Lot 2: Comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Kano River Irrigation Scheme (KRIS)totaling 15,000ha. 3.                              Lot 3:  Comprehensive rehabilitation andexpansion of Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (HVIS) totaling 6,000ha, and 4.                              Lot 4:  River training works and dykesdownstream of the irrigation schemes The scope of the services would include, but not limitedto: (i)              The review of designs for dam rehabilitation works and instrumentation refitting, including the constructiondrawings, cost estimates and bidding documents, in line with World Bank standards. (ii)            The review of designs for rehabilitation, modernization and expansion of irrigation and drainage infrastructureincluding the construction drawings, cost estimates and bidding documents, in line with World Bank standards. (iii)          Supervision of construction of dams and irrigation infrastructure including: main canals,laterals, access roads, repair and installation of monitoring equipment on dams, river training, flood control and protectivestructures, etc. (iv)          Preparationof an Operation and Maintenance Manuals together with an effective implementation plan of operations andmaintenanceactivities. The Consultant firm should have proven capacity to: reviewtechnical design for construction/ rehabilitation works; demonstrate ability for supervision of large scale dam and irrigationprojects including supervision of the manufacturing and installation of equipment; oversee implementation of the EnvironmentalManagement Plan; prepare detailed project reports; support the Client in theevaluation and selection of works contract packages andfacilitate and coordinate technology transfer and other aspects of the contracts. The Federal Ministry of Water Resourcesthrough its ProjectManagement Unit (PMU) of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Interested consulting firms should submit the companyprofile detailing experience of irrigation and drainageworks supervision carried out in the last fifteen (15) years of a similar nature to the current proposed assignment ofscope not less than 6000ha of irrigated land with verifiable evidence, related letters of award, and completion certificates aswell as other supporting documents. The short-listing criteriaare: a) Evidence of general experience of supervision/management of construction contracts in water resources development andirrigation infrastructure at a similar scale; b) Evidence of core business and number of years inbusiness; c) Availability of appropriate skills among staff, including but not limited to specialists in dam rehabilitation,moderncanal instrumentation and operation, irrigation and drainage design specialists, and survey specialists with experience inmodern digital surveying techniques. d) Firm's experience in similar assignments including technical details and details of the managerial and organizationalstructure of the firm (with a minimum 15 years in dam, irrigation and drainage infrastructure design; e) Firm's experience in working in similar conditions and environment (minimum 5 years). The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants)byWorld Bank borrowers, January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Interested consultants may obtain further information fromthe address below during office hours 08:00 and 17:00 (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinatorat address "info@triming.org". Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture ora sub-consultancy toenhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the QCBS method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. A hard copy or electronic copy by email ofthe Expression of Interest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not later than 14:00 hours local time on24th August,2016. ATTN: NATIONAL PROJECTCOORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATIONMANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OFWATER RESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARISTREET, OFF ADESOJI ADEREMI STREET APO ?ABUJA. NIGERIA Tel+2348038391469, +2348052048706 Email: info@triming.org Signed: Project Coordinator