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DEADLINE EXTENSION - CONSTRUCCIÓN Y PRUEBAS DE LAS MEJORAS A LAS SUBESTACIONES ELECTRICAS DE CAÑAVERAL Y RIO LINDO

 | Published February 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 17, 2017
Cañaveral-Río Lindo Hydropower Complex Rehabilitation and Uprating Project
The objective of the project is to recuperate and to conserve the power generation capacity from renewable energies, contributing to energy security, through the improvement of the efficiency and the extension of the lifespan of the power generation and transmission infrastructure. The project has two components: i) power generation and transmission rehabilitation and ii) strengthening of the ENEE's generation business unit.

Adquisición de Servicios de No Consultoría para la Ejecución de Tres (3) proyectos de Mejoramiento de Café con Sistemas Agro Forestales en Tres (3) Comunidades Rurales

 | Published December 1, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017
Indigenous Peoples and Afro-honduran, and Climate Change
The project will include the following components: Component 1: Solutions for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation (US$1,957,000) will finance approximately 26 small projects up to US$100,000. The benefitted communities will be selected from a list of 32 vulnerable municipalities. The projects will be selected based on a list of projects which focus on climate change and adaptation and mitigation measures, which have been identified by the communities themselves. The measures to be financed respond to the sectors prioritized by the National Climate Change Strategy for Honduras (ENCCH), such as: water resources; agriculture, soils and food security; forests and biodiversity; coastal and marine areas; human health; risk management system; and renewable energy. Projects will be prioritized based on the Methodology for the Implementation of the DIPA Community Projects Program. Component 2: Strengthening human capital to address climate change and systematization of good practices (US$1,586,128). This component will (i) finance technical assistance to develop and carry out workshops on adaptation and mitigation to climate change for 200 leaders from 40 communities which have been selected to carry out this type of workshops; and (ii) train 900 Secondary School 3rd grade students through the SAT Program, which will be implemented by the Asociación Bayán. The budget for this component will also finance practical work on adaptation and mitigation to climate change, and systematization and dissemination of good practices for the indigenous peoples and afro-honduran adaptation to climate change.
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