The Government of Senegal is looking for a consultant for the stormwater management and climate adaptation project.
We co-finance climate change initiatives in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Such funding generates opportunities for both the Nordic and the global business community. We will normally finance a component of a larger programme or project and the responsibility for procurement and contract negotiations rests with the national authorities.
Projects have a national executing agency, and in relation to NDF, a lead agency. The lead agency can be the World Bank Group, Asian Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, African Development Bank or other agencies engaged in development financing.
Suppliers interested in obtaining more information about a project co-financed by NDF should make direct contact with the executing agency and/or the lead agency, as specified for each project in the general procurement notice. Suppliers interested in participating in tenders for contracts to be financed by NDF are encouraged to submit an expression of interest to the project’s executing agency with an electronic copy to NDF.
Please find a list of open pre-qualifications and tenders below. Each advertisement will give access to the Tender Notice. If you wish to receive emails about new Tender Notices, please subscribe to our Tender Notices email list.
The Government of Senegal is looking for a contractor to design communications for the stormwater management and climate adaptation project.
The Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) invites eligible consulting firms to send their expressions of interest for the assignment to supervise the restoration and rehabilitation activities for wetlands in the city of Kigali, Rwanda.
Agence de Développement Municipal (ADM), invites Expressions of Interests (EOIs) for consultancy services for the second phase of the stormwater management and climate adaptation project (PROGEP II) in Senegal.
This position is supported by the Nordic Development Fund, familiarity with and knowledge about ‘Nordic’ sustainable urban development experiences and the ability to transfer such knowledge for the benefit of African cities is sought and will be considered an advantage
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