Op deze pagina staan de openstaande aanbestedingen voor infrastructuurprojecten gefinancierd door de programma's Develop2Build (D2B), DRIVE en ORIO.

Invest International gebruikt TenderNed voor het uitschrijven van aanbestedingen voor diensten, goederen en/of werken die wij inkopen. Als de diensten, goederen en/of werken worden ingekocht door een lokale overheid, plaatsen we op deze pagina een link naar de betreffende publicatie (Engels).

Specialised Infrastructure Advisory

Tender for advising Invest International on impactful infrastructure projects in the following sectors:

1) Water technology sector,
2) Delta technology,
3) Public healthcare infrastructure sector,
4) Financial/economic advisory and
5) Procurement advisory.

The tender concerns mono-disciplinarian assignments for international public infrastructural projects.

Submit your bid to the European tender and become part of our Specialised Infrastructure Advisory.

Go to the TenderNed publication

Uganda: Expansion of the Kyanja Urban Agricultural Resource Center (EKUARC) project in Kampala

The Government of Uganda received EUR 326,000 from the Netherlands government, through Invest International, to be used for the Expansion of the Kyanja Urban Agricultural Resource Center (EKUARC) project in Kampala, Uganda. Invest International provides financing solutions for public infrastructure projects in developing countries to enable achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s).

Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) being the implementing agency now invites eligible consulting firms to submit sealed proposals (in English) for the provision consultancy services to carry out feasibility studies for the expansion of the Kyanja Urban Agricultural Resource Center in Kampala, Uganda. The budget for the procurement is EUR 326,000 including taxes.

The EKUARC was established to showcase and demonstrate innovations in urban farming, with the aim of engaging communities to intensify and expand their participation in urban agriculture as a source of income and food security. The center sits on 31 acres of land with over five projects, including poultry, piggery, fish ponds, and vegetables all grown in green houses. A baseline assessment, policy and institutional analysis, including a stakeholder analysis were conducted, and as such the assignment is for a feasibility study to identify project options, and implement the plan.

Go to information on the KCCA website