The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) has received grant funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to support implementation of the “Climate Change Adaptation Programme” (CCAP).
The CCCCC intends to use part of the proceeds of the grant to contract an Individual Consultant to review and revise the Barbados Water Authority’s current Non-Revenue Water (NRW) strategy. The Revised Strategy must be aligned with the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) and nternational Water Association’s (IWA) guidelines.
The USAID CCAP resources are governed by the authorized USAID Principal Geographic Code 937. In accordance with GeoCode 937, goods and services could only be procured from “the United States, the recipient countries of an ‘Activity’, and developing countries (listed in USAID 310maa) other than
advanced developing countries (listed in USAID 310mab3), but excluding any country that is a prohibited source”. Accordingly, only Individual Consultants with citizenship or lawful permanent resident status (or equivalent immigration status to live and work on a continuing basis) in a country within Code 937 is eligible, with an automatic waiver authorization of this requirement where the contract value is US $25,000 or less. Consultants must state their nationality(ies) in their Expression of Interest.
This Consultancy will be implemented over a period of eight (8) weeks or such other period as may be determined during contract negotiations with the selected Consultant. The expected commencement date of this consultancy is June 18th, 2018. Interested consultants must confirm availability to commence by June 18,2018 in their Expression of Interest. The selected Consultant will be required to make one field mission to Barbados for consultations with stakeholders and data capture.
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Notice expires at 12:42am on Monday June 11th, 2018