USAID’s Resilient Waters Program USAID’s Resilient Waters is a five -year program (June 2018- June 2023), implemented by Chemonics International in collaboration with a consortium of partners.
The Resilient Waters Program is seeking proposals from eligible entities for implementation of activities designed to address a multi-faceted program whose goal is to build more resilient communities and eco-systems through improved management of transboundary natural resources and increased access to safe drinking water and sanitation services.
The Request for Proposals (RFP) solicits proposals for the development of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA) Freshwater Strategy.
The activity is to be delivered over a period of approximately 12 Months with set deliverables : Inception Report.Situational Assessment Report.
Stakeholder Engagement Report.Draft GLTFCA Freshwater Resources Strategy.Final GLTFCA Freshwater Resources Strategy.Implementation Plan.
Offerors are invited to submit proposals in response to this RFP in accordance with Section I Instructions to Offerors. All documents may be found in the following Resilient Waters RFP # 12 / 2021 GLTFCAs Freshwater Strategy On submission, please insert the RFA number and title of the activity in the subject field.
Applications under this call will be evaluated after the closing date (24th December 2021)