Ghana seeks integrated water resources management plan

The World Bank invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare an integrated water resources and flood management plan for northern Ghana. Responses are due June 5, 2009.

The bank said it intends to fund the services with US$400,000 from the Global Facility and Disaster Reduction and Recovery Fund. The U.S. Trade and Development Agency recently awarded a grant to the Ghana Meteorological Agency to assess weather forecasting needs to serve Ghana’s agriculture, hydropower, and water resources sectors. (HydroWorld 5/12/09)

In addition to the integrated water resources plan, the World Bank said the consultant is to help the government conduct feasibility studies of priority schemes recommended in the plan. Over eight months, the consultant is to conduct a preliminary assessment of water resources and flood situations and identify priority investments, including flood protection, irrigation, and drainage works that would be financed under the program.

Expressions of interest are to be sent by e-mail to the address below by June 5. For information, contact IJsbrand de Jong, Senior Water Resources Specialist and Co-Task Team Leader, World Bank, 1818 H St., Washington, DC, USA; E-mail:

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