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WASTE MANAGEMENT AND LIVELIHOODS PROJECT

WASTE MANAGEMENT AND LIVELIHOODS PROJECT has been closed on 10 Aug 2021. It no longer accepts any bids. For further information, you can contact the United Nations Development Programme

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Location: Swaziland

General information

Donor:

United Nations Development Programme

Industry:

Consulting

Status:

Closed

Timeline

Published:

14 Jul 2021

Deadline:

10 Aug 2021

Value:

Not available

Contacts

Description

http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=79315
WASTE MANAGEMENT AND LIVELIHOODS PROJECT
Procurement Process :RFP - Request for proposal SWZ10 - 0000009827   Click here to participate
Office :UNDP Country Office, RBA - SWAZILAND
Deadline :10-Aug-21 @ 07:01 AM (New York time)
Posted on :14-Jul-21 @ 02:44 AM (New York time)
Development Area :CONSULTANTS  CONSULTANTS
Reference Number :79315
Link to Atlas Project :
00134009 - Waste Management & Livelihoods
Documents :
UNDP General Tc &Cs for Contracts.
RFP DOCUMENT
E-Tendering user guide
Registration User Guide
Overview : One of the most pressing issues as Eswatini responds to the COVID-19 pandemic is management of waste generated (prevention, testing and treatment) from the disposal of used masks, testing kits, regents etc. which requires a Management System/Framework to avoid littering and re-infections. The waste challenge is compounded by limited policy and legislative framework, limited capacity to deal with certain types of waste e.g., electronic waste and the increasing health care waste, particularly now during the pandemic, lack of policy framework on issues of waste management as well as the fragmented and uncoordinated enforcement and compliance mechanism. This project therefore seeks to not only address the challenge of waste management in Eswatini, but will also empower Micro Small Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), particularly women and youth, to regain sources of income to improve livelihoods, reduce levels of poverty and improve their overall wellbeing. Eswatini Environment Authority in collaboration with UNDP will assist waste management partners to adopt a holistic approach to waste management, whereby the maximum amount of waste is part of a closed-loop process chain, thus creating a sustainable value chain and economy, and minimizing pollution and other negative externalities from this sector. The interventions will also contribute to long-term transformation and long-lasting changes in policy, practice and capacities, at national or subnational levels in the waste sector and also stimulate private sector engagement in the waste management sector.
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