Světová banka - konzultantské služby: zlepšení efektivnosti služeb v oblasti infrastruktury (vodohospodářství, kanalizace, odpadové hopodářství atp.)
Project: MUNICIPAL (COMMUNAL) INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
Financing: World Bank
Abstract: PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY
Loan/Credit Number: Project ID: P079027
Deadline: 19 December 2005
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The Government of the Republic of Tajikistan has applied for a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the cost of the Municipal (Communal) Infrastructure Development Project (MIDP).
The objective of the project is to improve the availability, quality and efficiency of local infrastructure services for the population of eight pilot towns by: (a) financing the rehabilitation and/or repair of basic infrastructure and utility service installations and equipment, i.e., water supply, sanitation, and solid waste management, (b) assisting local utility enterprises, and where needed, local authorities in increasing the effectiveness of the management of basic municipal services, and (c) support for project implementation.
The project consists of the following components:
(a) Municipal Infrastructure Rehabilitation: The component will finance the rehabilitation and repair of infrastructure and equipment for basic municipal services (water supply, solid waste collection, etc) in the eight participating towns ( The component will also include project management support through the provision of the services of an international Project Management Consultant (PMC).
(b) Technical Support and Institutional Strengthening: The component will finance studies and activities, including: (a) water distribution system leak detection campaigns; (b) updating of inventory and mapping of existing water supply distribution and sewerage networks; (c) other technical and hydro-geological studies as needed; (d) technical assistance for utility management, including general strategic planning capacity and financial management, and billing and collections; and, (e) staff training.
(c) Project Management and Implementation Support: The component will finance: (a) operating costs of the Project Management Unit (PMU); (b) a monitoring and evaluation system; and (c) annual audits of the project accounts.
To manage the implementation of MIDP, PMU has decided to contract the services of a consulting firm, hereinafter called the Project Management Consultant (PMC) for the duration of the Project, consisting of 5 phases. Commencement of the services is the first quarter of 2006. The role of PMC will be to assume on behalf of PMU the responsibility for reviewing existing feasibility studies, preparing their final designs and tender documents, providing assistance to PMU in coordinating and/or carrying out all technical and managerial activities pertaining to the supervision of the implementation of investment subprojects financed under the project.
Request for the detailed Technical Proposals will be issued to the short listed firms by end December 2005.
The Project Management Consultants will be selected in accordance with the World Bank Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, May 2004.
Expressions of interest should be submitted to the address below by December 19, 2005 at 9:00 am, local time:
Contact: Project Management Unit.
Mr. J. Tabarov, Director.
56 Karabaev Str.,.
Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan.
Tel: (992-372) 33-57-63.
Fax: (992-372) 33-13-30.
Notice Number: WB3368-668/05
UNDB Print Edition: Issue No. 668, 16 December 2005
Posted Online: 22 November 2005