Saturday 3 February 2024

New Opportunities: Invitation for Quotations/Bids Assessment at WaterAid February 2024

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Invitation for Quotations/Bids Assessment at WaterAid February 2024
Invitation for Quotations/Bids
WaterAid is an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) with a vision of ensuring Safe Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) for Everyone, everywhere by 2030. WaterAid’s mission is to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalized people by expanding and improving access to WASH, working with partners and decision-makers to maximize its impact.

WaterAid has had its operations in Tanzania since 1983 under the name “WaterAid Tanzania,” which is registered as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in the United Republic of Tanzania and operates as a Country Programme and a functional office of WaterAid U.K. within the East African Region.

As of recent WaterAid has launched its five-year strategy, with two aims; 1: To attain sustainable, inclusive, and safe WASH services in targeted geographic areas for wider change and 2. To prioritize WASH across the health sector to improve public health. As it implements its 1st aim WAT’s concentration will be on bringing impact and sustainable WASH services in Hanang DC.

Focusing on this strategic and evidence-informed geographical location will support WAT in demonstrating models, and approaches and generate evidence that will support the government of Tanzania to deliver Universal access to adequate, safe, and clean water as per WSDP III, 2022-2026 targets.

WAT will work in close collaboration with the government while ensuring alignment with the Government’s objectives which focus on sustainable management and development of the nation’s water resources; Improved universal access to adequate, clean, and safe water; Universal access to adequate sanitation and hygiene services improved; Enhanced planning, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation; Enhanced and Improved institutional strengthening and working environment.

WASH service level assessment in Hanang DC is intended to ensure local government has a solid understanding of the status of WASH services in Hanang DC. This will better enable the local government to plan, budget, and direct investments in WASH improvements in Hanang. It would also provide a benchmark against which local government will be able to track improvements in WASH service levels over time.

This data can also be used by WAT to understand how WASH services are changing during its Aim 1 programme. The baseline will consist of service level assessment at the Household, Healthcare Facilities, Schools, and public places in each ward and village of Hanang district. This TOR gives the details of the impact baseline assessment to be conducted in Hanang district covering the essential aspects of the assessment. Whilst the TOR outlines a standard methodology, a consultant is expected to explore and propose the existing local monitoring methodologies and data sources that can be used.

The assessment will be done in close collaboration with the MOW, MOH, RUWASA, local government authorities, community leadership, service providers, and other relevant actors as part of WAT efforts to strengthen engagements, collaboration, ownership, and their capacity in service level monitoring and enhancing data-driven decision-making.

WaterAid is looking for the Interested individual consultant, consulting, or research firm to conduct the Hanang Impact baseline assessment; All the Terms of reference documents can be found on the WaterAid Tanzania website:

Bidder Instructions
Interested and qualified consultant (s) should send an electronic Expression of Interest (financial & technical proposals separated in different folders) by 16th February 2024 before 1700hrs to with the subject line “CONSULTANCY – HANANG IMPACT BASELINE ASSESSMENT”.

The expression of interest should contain: (a)a technical offer and(b)a financial offer, comprising of:
Technical proposal:
  •  Technical proposal detailing understanding of the assignment, and proposed methodology/ approach, (max 8 pages)
  • The consultant should describe their recent experience in similar assignments with at least three traceable references & references for similar assignments successfully delivered.
  • Up-to-date and detailed CVs of the proposed team, highlighting the experience requested above. Included CVs should be for the consultant(s)& all team members who will be available for the assignment.
Financial proposal
The consultant should come up with a detailed financial proposal outlining the assignment’s gross costs, including reimbursable expenditures and any necessary taxes in line with the proposed methodology strictly in Tanzanian shillings.

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