Urgent TENDER NEWS – DFID calls for £29m climate-resilience SADC water project
The UK’s Department for International Development is moving into Phase 2 of its Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility (CRIDF) for Southern Africa, and is launching a GBP29 million public-private partnership (PPP) project which it expects to start in December 2016 or January 2017.
The “early market engagement event” will be on 9 September (9:30-noon BST), to provide more details of Phase 2 to interested participants. Contact Ali Stevenson for further details and to be forwarded the event invitation.
The aim is to award the contract before 9 January 2017.
According to the notice issued 23 August, phase 2 of the facility “will build on the strong momentum achieved under the first phase”. It will include:
It adds: “The contract is anticipated to start around December 2016 and span a period of 36 months with a possible extension of up to 36 months subject to satisfactory performance, continued need and availability of funding.”
Indicative results expected through the African PPP project CRIDF phase 2 are: