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Tendr - kapacitní rozvoj správy území a vodních zdrojů

Tendr - kapacitní rozvoj správy území a vodních zdrojů
Tajikistan Rural Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project/Consulting Services for Enhancing the Land and Water Resources Management Capability Stav tendru: výzva k projevení zájmu Banka: Světová banka Datum uzávěrky: 20.09.2002 Klíčová slova: infrastruktura , institucionální rozvoj , služby konzultantské , vodohospodářství Popis: Projekt rekonstrukce venkovské infrastruktury - *konzultantské služby - kapacitní rozvoj správy území a vodních zdrojů. Procurement NoticeCountry: Tajikistan Project: RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE REHABILITATION PROJECT Financing: World Bank Abstract: CONSULTING SERVICES FOR ENHANCING THE LAND AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY Sector: Consultants Loan/Credit Number: Credit No. 3387-TJ Contract/Bid Number: Expressions of Interest Deadline: 20 September 2002 This notice appears in UN Development Business Online only and not in the printed version. Although this notice is assigned to a specific print issue, the official publication date of this notice is considered the date that it is posted online (see below). This request for expressions of interest follows the general procurement notice for this project that was last updated in UN Development Business No. 574 of 16 January 2002. The Republic of Tajikistan has received a US$ 20 million credit from the International Development Association (IDA), for the Rural Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project, and intends to apply part of the credit proceeds to payments under the contract for consulting services for enhancing the land and water resources management capability of Tajik University of Agricultural Sciences and Tajik Land and Water Resources Management Institute. As part of the new system the following two State Academies will be modernized and upgraded: The Tajik University of Agricultural Sciences: Two new specializations will be introduced in the Hydromelioration department designed for multidisciplinary approaches for land and water resources management encouraging interaction between technical and non-technical specialties. They are: (i) management of irrigation and drainage systems; and (ii) erosion, soil and water conservation including water user organizations, participatory methods, group formations, data base managements in agro-hydrology, crop water modeling. pressurized irrigation systems, tradable water rights and asset management. Tajik Land and Water Resources Management Institute: The institute will be strengthened for development of applied research and training of sustainable land water resources management practices through the following activities: Applied research in the following areas: (a) development of crop coefficients to arrive at correct estimates of crop water requirements and irrigation volumes in order to reduce water logging; (b) development of surface run off under different types of land use and cultivation to calculate peak discharges and sediment loss from catchments; (c) establishment of design factors for furrow length and furrow discharge in different types of soil in order to calculate suitable length, minimize tail end run off and thus increase irrigation efficiency; and (d) establishment of salinity tolerance of crops in various development stages and establish leaching requirements for various crop-soil relationships. These topics would also be used by MSc students for their thesis work. Use of metrological data for establishment of crop water requirements and in the estimation of water losses under different type of land use and cultivation practice. Irrigation experiments to demonstrate the principle of furrow irrigation, advance time, deep percolation, etc. Soil research to establish soil characteristics like particle distribution, field capacity and welting point, soil moisture content and permeability. Result and report expected. The consultant is expected to prescribe full particulars of course contents for the new courses. A manual for the working of the various research activities should be drawn up. Possibilities of association with foreign universities including twinning arrangements should be explored. At the end of the term the consultant is expected to leave behind very modern institute for turning out a new generation of scientists and technocrat. The Project Director, Project Management Unit now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. In view of the multiplicity of required skills and experiences we are looking for an individual consultant with doctorate in agriculture or irrigation with experience in both fields. He should have an academic and research background. The consultant will be engaged for a period of three months in the first instance with possibility of extension based on our need and suitability of the candidate. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills etc.). A consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 1997 (revised September 1997 and January 1999). Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 0900 to 1600 hours, Monday through Friday. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 1700 hours on 20 September 2002. Contact: Project Management Unit. Rural Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project. Rudaki Ave, 44, Room No. 144. Post Code 734025. Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Tel: (992-372) 214-434, 211-367. Fax: (992-91) 901-5072. E-mail: rirp1@tojikiston.com publikováno: 04.09.2002
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