Development of Climate Smart WASH Technology Catalogue with Modeling Request for proposal

Reference: 9167992
Beneficiary countries: Multiple destinations (see 'Countries' tab below)
Published on: 22-Jun-2021
Deadline on: 20-Jul-2021 10:00 (GMT 7.00)


UNICEF EAPRO has now issued a Request for Proposals reference to LRPS-2021-9167992 in order to select a qualified institution to provide the Development of Climate Smart WASH Technology Catalogue with Modeling. The main purpose of this assignment is to conduct technology survey in order to publish a Climate Smart WASH catalogue of comprehensive technical specifications with the following details (in brief):

  1. Collect innovative WASH solutions during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Conduct existing WASH technology survey in order to publish a Climate Smart WASH catalogue of comprehensive technical specifications, with associated WASH climate resilient and analyze and develop appropriate classification criteria and categories on the choice of each technology.
  3. Develop technological modeling for WASH system of technology to be used for a specific community
  4. Develop user friendly online and offline platform to be used on any devises

This Climate Smart WASH catalogue will offer a unique overview of the recent new solutions in WASH sector to help people and communities to identify appropriate technologies choices for their respective countries, while highlighting challenges/gaps. (see attached Annex B - TOR for reference)


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Should you have any questions against this solicitation, please submit your queries to Vilaiporn Thomdon at vthomdon@unicef.org with CC to: jbehr@unicef.org; osrimanotham@unicef.org; psookchareon@unicef.org - no later than 6-Jul-2021 so that all queries could be clarified and circulated to all bidders before the deadline. 

We look forward to receiving your proposals within the given timeline.

Best regards,

UNICEF Supply team