Consultancy - Rehabilitation Works of Boreholes

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On July 20, 2020, USAID awarded African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) to implement the Resilience through ‘Accelerating New Community-based Holistic Outcomes for Resource Sustainability (Resilience ANCHORS)’ Activity. The overarching purpose of the Resilience ANCHORS Activity is to increase the capacity of communities to sustainably protect and manage community-based natural resources and the wildlife economy (based on the conviction that nature is an economic asset) in anticipation of future shocks and stresses. The activity has three main objectives:

  1. Improve economic benefits from strengthened community-level governance and oversight of conservation enterprises;
  2. Increase sustainable access to supplies of water of sufficient quantity and quality to meet human, economic, and ecosystem needs; and
  3. Strengthen locally led development and private sector engagement

 

The main objective of the requested works will be to improve access to water for multipurpose use (including livestock watering) for resilience building targeting villages in ward 23 (Nyangambe) of Chiredzi District and wards 25 & 26 (Dewure) of Bikita district in Masvingo Province. The selected contractor will provide services for the supply and installation of three (3) integrated solar powered borehole water supply systems including fencing. Download the Terms of Reference

All quotations received in response to this solicitation will be evaluated by the AWF bid review committee. The Subcontract/ Purchase Order shall be awarded based on the best value for work.

Applications to reach lmundembe@awf.org copying eoeri@awf.org on or before March 4, 2022 at 5pm Harare time. Technical and contractual questions concerning this assignment should be submitted to Olivia Mufute on omufute@awf.org.