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Rwanda: Feasibility studies for the expansion of the College of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Rwanda, Kigali

The aim of this project is contribute to a sustainable expansion of the medical college and improving the training facilities. This will facilitate an increase in the number of students. Thereby allowing for an increase in future health staff in Rwanda to help reduce the under capacity in the health system.

The feasibility studies are financed via a Develop2Build Grant (D2B). The aim for Invest International is to finance the implementation of the project following the finalization of the studies. The project contributes to SDGs 3, 8, 9 and 13.

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Laos: Turn-key reconstruction of 12 bridges on the NR20 – Champasak and Salavan Province

The assignment entails the evaluation regarding the construction of 12 bridges in the provinces of Champasak and Salavan. The bridges will ensure that the local population along the National Road 20 (NR20) will have reliable all-season access to other villages, as well as regional hubs such as Pakse and Salavan.

In addition, there are several Technical Assistance (TA) assignments (supervision services, procurement support, and root cause analysis of proposed bridges). The evaluation is divided into three phases:

  1. the inception phase includes the baseline development and assessment of TA and ESG technical assistance.
  2. the mid-term review.
  3. the end-line evaluation.

More information on the project itself can be found in the Terms of Reference (ToR).

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Bhutan: Consultancy Flood Protection Project in Gelephu Town

The Kingdom of Bhutan represented by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has received a DRIVE Grant from Invest International on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (MoFA) to enhance the flood resiliency of the Gelephu Thromde town, Bhutan.

On behalf of the MoF, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of Bhutan (MoIT) has been assigned the responsibility of Competent Authority to implement the projects via its Infrastructure Planning and Flood Adaptation Division (IPFAD).

The assignment entails the consultancy services for the detailed project design, supervision training, and sediment management plan for the Flood Protection Project in Gelephu Town – Bhutan – DRI22BH01.

Gelephu is prone to floods from and erosion along the adjacent rivers. Heavy rainfall occurs during the monsoon season (mid-June until mid-September). Furthermore, flooding in the area in recent years has become more extreme than ever before.

Background information on Bhutan and the project

  • Bhutan is a small landlocked country located between China and India with 38,394 sq. km of area.
  • With a population of 800,000, the country is located in the eastern Himalayas and is mostly mountainous and heavily forested. Bhutan has long borders of 470 km in the north with Tibet and 605 km in the south with India.
  • It is one of the most rugged mountain terrains in the world. It has elevations ranging from 160 meters to more than 7,000 meters above sea level.
  • The geographical location of Bhutan makes it vulnerable to natural disasters and climate-related hazards such as: Glacial Lake Outburst Floods, erratic and extreme rainfall patterns inducing soil erosion; flash floods and landslides; seasonal droughts; and wind and hail storms, all adversely affecting property, human lives, and livelihood security.
  • Rich in valleys, Bhutan’s abundant water resources provide conducive conditions to use renewable energy sources with hydropower development which has driven economic growth and allowed collective access to low-cost energy.
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Chad: Rehabilitation and extension of drinking water supply in N’Djamena (AEP N’Djamena)

The Government of the Republic of Chad has published a Request for Expression of Interest for the project management of the works of Lots 1, 2,3,4 and 5 for the project of Rehabilitation and extension of drinking water supply in N’Djamena (AEP N’Djamena).

Invest International with the DRIVE programme, the French Agency for Development and the European Union are financing the work of the Project of Rehabilitation and Extension of Potable Water Supply of N’Djaména to improve access to drinking water for the entire population of the capital, and the operating performance of the delivery system.

Three specific objectives are targeted:

  1. Increase the coverage of the N’Djamena drinking water network;
  2. Improve efficiency and increase network density in areas already served;
  3. Expand access to drinking water in outlying areas.

The consultant’s mission will be to carry out the project management mission of the works covered by Lots 1 to 5.
In this respect he will carry out:

  • Approval of execution documents.
  • Receiving materials and equipment on site.
  • Control and supervision of work.
  • Assistance with start-up, reception, and final acceptance.
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