9. 10. 2013
Tato předběžná anotace se týká připravovaného projektu s níže uvedeným obsahem.
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The project will include the following components:
Strengthening Hydrological Information Management (US$8.80 million).
The component will support: strengthening and optimisation of the physical hydrological monitoring networks; improving quality control and standards enforcement for hydrological data; data management, modelling, forecasting with flood- and early warning systems, and ICT; skills, capacity-building and training; and development and improved access to information products.
Strengthening Weather and Climate Information Management(US$4.20 million).
The component will support: strengthening and optimisation of the physical meteorological monitoring networks; improving quality control and standard enforcement for meteorological data; data management, modelling, forecasting, extreme weather prediction and early warning systems and ICT; skills, capacities and training; and development and improved access to information products.
Piloting resilience through delivery of improved weather and water information (US$2.00 million).
The component will support pilot interventions to enable more effective end-to-end delivery of hydro-meteorological information. The proposed pilots will include: early warning systems and flood forecasting in the Zambezi, Limpopo and Incomati River basins; hydro-meteorological information for farmers in pilot locations in the Gaza and Inhambane provinces; weather service alerts in coastal areas in Inhambane; and innovations for inter-agency delivery of data.
The consultancy assignments comprise:
(i) Designs and preparation of bidding documents;
(ii) Hydromet study, design, operating procedures and calibration services;
(iii) Capacity building and training;
(iv) Quality Management System support;
(v) Hydromet data rescue and digitisation; and
(vi) Numerical prediction model upgrade and ICT support
Works contracts comprise:
(i) Physical reinforcement of hydrological monitoring equipment and networks managed by the Regional Water Authorities (ARAs);
(ii) Physical reinforcement of meteorological monitoring equipment and networks managed by the National Institute for Meteorology; and
(iii) Civil works on selected facilities.
Goods contracts comprise:
(i) Purchase of vehicles;
(ii) Office equipment, furniture office, communication materials;
(iii) Information and Communication technologies;
(iv) Modelling, Early Warning System and forecasting softwares and upgrades; and
(v) Hydromet mobile-phone data collection and dissemination systems.