Water Supply & Sanitation

02-Dec-2019

Contract Awards - Zambia - Water Supply and Sanitation Improvement Works in Kasama and Mbala, LOT 1 - ISTWSSP

22-Nov-2019

Contract Awards - Angola - Institutional and Sustainability Support to Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Service Delivery

22-Nov-2019

EOI - Gambia - Hygiene Promotion and Education consultancy - CSRWASHDEP

The Government of the Gambia has received financing from the African Development Bank towards the cost of The Climate Smart Rural WASH Development Project and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this Grant to payments under the contract for Recruitment of a Consulting Firm for the Hygiene Promotion and Education component of the project. This Request for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for the above project which appeared on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website: http://www.afdb.org and in the United Nations Development Business...
19-Nov-2019

Zambia: African Development Bank and partners improving sanitation for Lusaka’s low-income suburbs

“Sometimes, it looks to me like surgery in the belly of an ancient beast,” says Herbert Chinokoro, senior water and sanitation engineer at the African Development Bank’s Country Office in Lusaka, Zambia. He is describing the scene along the streets of the capital, Lusaka, where earthmovers and excavators were digging out disused water pipelines from a major trench and replacing them with new and more durable tubes. The works form part of the $243 million Lusaka Sanitation Program (LSP), funded jointly by the African Development Bank, the European Investment Bank, German Development Bank...
18-Nov-2019

Ensuring Africa’s Resilience to Climate Change

The project aims to improve the quality of life of the population through improved access to drinking water and sanitation in semi-urban and rural areas. It stems from the Kigali Action Plan initiative adopted by African Union Heads of States and Governments to assist member countries that failed to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) relating to water and sanitation. However, attaining this objective is threatened by climate change. Chad is very vulnerable to climate change and projections indicate a decrease in rainfall, at more than 20% by 2030 and 30% by 2050. Over the last...
18-Nov-2019

EOI - Rwanda - Sanitation Expert - RSWSSP

Through the Government of the Republic of Rwanda, Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) has received funds from the African Development Bank (AfDB), to finance the Rwanda Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Program (RSWSSP). Part of these funds is intended to cover eligible payments for the recruitment of Sanitation Expert to provide technical assistance in the program implementation and capacity building to WASAC staff.
18-Nov-2019

EOI - Rwanda - Electro-Mechanical Engineering Expert - RSWSSP

Through the Government of the Republic of Rwanda, Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) has received funds from the African Development Bank (AfDB), to finance the Rwanda Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Program (RSWSSP). Part of these funds is intended to cover eligible payments for the recruitment of ElectroMechanical Engineering Expert to provide technical assistance in the program implementation and capacity building to WASAC staff
18-Nov-2019

EOI - Rwanda - Water Treatment Process Specialist - RSWSSP

Through the Government of the Republic of Rwanda, Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) has received funds from the African Development Bank (AfDB), to finance the Rwanda Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Program (RSWSSP). Part of these funds is intended to cover eligible payments for the recruitment of Water Treatment Process Specialist to provide technical assistance in the program implementation and capacity building to WASAC staff.
14-Nov-2019

Namibia - Namibia Water Sector Support Program (NWSSP) - P-NA-E00-005 - Summary ESMF

The Government of the Republic of Namibia through the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) has approached the African Development Bank to support the implementation of the Namibia Water Sector Support Program (NWSSP). The aim of the program is to increase access, quality, security and sustainability of water supply and sanitation services in Namibia. The program implementation is planned in two phases; The Phase I which is planned to cover all the 14 regions of Namibia is scheduled to be implemented in the next 5 years (2020 – 2025) and Phase II...
14-Nov-2019

Egypt - Integrated Rural Sanitation in Upper Egypt Luxor – IRSUE-Luxor - P-EG-E00-006 - Summary of the Environmental and Social System Assessment

In August 2018, the Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities (MHUUC), responsible for water supply and sanitation services, requested the Bank’s support to the National Rural Sanitation Program (NRSP), highlighting the Government’s willingness to advance institutional measures needed for the successful implementation of the program. The overall focus of the Bank’s rural sanitation intervention in Egypt is to improve access and services in different Governorates in Upper Egypt, which discharge untreated wastewater into the drain system. This first phase of the Bank financed...
14-Nov-2019

EOI - Rwanda - Developing Rwanda Integrated National Water Supply and Sanitation Masterplans

The Government of the Republic of Rwanda has received a grant from the African Water Facility which is hosted and administered by the African Development Bank to finance the “Rwanda National Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plans Project”.  The Government intends to apply part of the grant proceeds to payments under the contract for the Consultancy Services for the Development of National Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plans.
13-Nov-2019

Toilets in schools matter – how African Development Bank is making a difference

At 14, Mercy Kamanga dropped out of school at Standard eight in St Paul’s Primary School in Mzimba, Malawi, due to a lack of suitable sanitation facilities. “The toilets at our school were very few, small, dilapidated and didn’t have doors; only a piece of cloth covered the entrance. Our male colleagues often rushed to nearby bushes to help themselves. It was not easy for us the girls,” recalled Mercy. It was a worse situation for girls who were in their menstrual period, and like Mercy, some other adolescent girls also dropped out of school. Others stayed away during their menstrual...
04-Nov-2019

AOI - Gabon - Travaux de renforcement et d’extension du réseau d’eau potable dans les communes de Libreville et d’Akanda (Marché n°2 : lot n°4) - PIAEPAL

Le présent Avis d’Appel d’Offres International (AAOI) suit l’Avis Général de Passation de Marches (AGPM) qui a été publié sur UNDB Online sous le N°AfDB1415-12/18 du 30 Décembre 2018, sur le site Web du Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement et le 17 Décembre 2018, dans le quotidien national «L’UNION». La République gabonaise a obtenu de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD)  et de l’Africa Growing Together Fund (AGTF), un prêt en vue de financer les activités du Programme de développement du secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement au Gabon, premier sous-Programme Intégré...
04-Nov-2019

AOI - Gabon - Travaux de renforcement et d’extension du réseau d’eau potable dans les communes d’Owendo et de Ntoum (Marché n°3 : lot n°5) - PIAEPAL

Le présent Avis d’Appel d’Offres International (AAOI) suit l’Avis Général de Passation de Marches (AGPM) qui a été publié sur UNDB Online sous le N°AfDB1415-12/18 du 30 Décembre 2018, sur le site Web du Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement et le 17 Décembre 2018, dans le quotidien national «L’UNION». La République gabonaise a obtenu de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD)  et de l’Africa Growing Together Fund (AGTF), un prêt en vue de financer les activités du Programme de développement du secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement au Gabon, premier sous-Programme Intégré...
04-Nov-2019

AOI - Gabon - Travaux de réparations des fuites d’eau potable dans les bâtiments administratifs dans les communes de Libreville et d’Owendo (Marché n°4 : lots n°6 & 7) - PIAEPAL

Le présent Avis d’Appel d’Offres International (AAOI) suit l’Avis Général de Passation de Marches (AGPM) qui a été publié sur UNDB Online sous le N°AfDB1415-12/18 du 30 Décembre 2018, sur le site Web du Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement et le 17 Décembre 2018, dans le quotidien national «L’UNION». La République gabonaise a obtenu de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD)  et de l’Africa Growing Together Fund (AGTF), un prêt en vue de financer les activités du Programme de développement du secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement au Gabon, premier sous-Programme Intégré...
04-Nov-2019

AOI - Gabon - Travaux de renouvellement des réseaux de distribution d’eau potable dans les communes de Libreville, d’Owendo et de Ntoum (Marché n°1 : lots n°1, 2 et 3) - PIAEPAL

Le présent Avis d’Appel d’Offres International (AAOI) suit l’Avis Général de Passation de Marches (AGPM) qui a été publié sur UNDB Online sous le N°AfDB1415-12/18 du 30 Décembre 2018, sur le site Web du Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement et le 17 Décembre 2018, dans le quotidien national «L’UNION». La République gabonaise a obtenu de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD)  et de l’Africa Growing Together Fund (AGTF), un prêt en vue de financer les activités du Programme de développement du secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement au Gabon, premier sous-Programme Intégré...
23-Oct-2019

AMI - Tchad - Audit des comptes et états financiers du PAEPA-SU-MR (exercices 2019, 2020 et 2021)

Le Gouvernement de la République du Tchad a sollicité un financement de la Banque Africaine du Développement (Dons FAD  et  RWSSI) pour le financement du Programme d’Alimentation en Eau Potable et de l’Assainissement dans les régions du Logone occidental, du Logone oriental, du Borkou, de l’Ennedi Ouest et du Tibesti et a l’intention d’utiliser une partie des sommes accordées au titre de ce prêt pour financer le contrat de services de Consultant (Firme) pour mener les Audits des comptes et états financiers du Programme d’Alimentation en Eau Potable et de l’Assainissement en Milieux...
23-Oct-2019

Zaria Springs to Life as African Development Bank Project provides 20,000 Households with Potable Water

“When the water was first released, we filled up our water containers, large and small, for the days ahead when the taps would go dry again. Surprisingly, the next day the taps were still flowing; they haven’t stopped since then.’ - Hauwa Sani, Housewife, Zaria City For the first time in over 30 years, taps in 20,000 households in Zaria City in northern Nigeria are flowing with potable water. Women and children no longer have to walk long distances in the scorching sun to fetch water from community boreholes. The risk of exposure to water-borne diseases from drinking water sold by vendors...
14-Oct-2019

EOI - Gambia - Water supply Network Design and Supervision

The Government of the Gambia has received financing from the African Development Bank towards the cost of The Climate Smart Rural WASH Development Project, and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this Grant to payments under the contract for Recruitment of a Consulting Firm for the Design and Supervision of the Water Supply infrastructure component of the project. This Request for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for the above project which appeared on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website: http://www.afdb.org and in the United...
11-Oct-2019

Sudan: African Development Bank approves $31.3 million grants for water and sanitation facilities

The African Development Bank Group on 9 October, 2019 approved an African Development Fund (ADF) grant of $30 million and a $1.3 million grant from the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative Trust Fund for the upgrading of water and sanitation facilities in Sudan’s North and South Kordofan states. The project will improve livelihoods and build resilience against climate change in the two states, including nomadic communities, by enhancing reliability of water and sanitation services and enhancing the public health system to benefit some 435,000 people. It is expected to create...