Pakistan seeks consultants for public-private hydro development

Pakistan’s Infrastructure Project Development Facility (IPDF) invites expressions of interest from consultants to help advance public-private partnerships to invest in hydropower development in Pakistan. Responses to two separate solicitations are due August 30.

IPDF was established under the Ministry of Finance to set up a Multi-purpose Water Reservoir Financing Cell (MWRFC) to focus on project structuring and financing of multi-purpose water reservoir and run-of-river hydro projects with private sector participation.

In one solicitation, IPDF seeks consultants to develop IPDF institutional capacity through establishment of the MWRFC and to assist IPDF in supervision of a separate Advisory Assignment for building a framework to undertake hydropower projects with private participation and raise financing for specific projects.

In the other solicitation, IPDF seeks consultants for the Advisory Assignment to assist in development and implementation of the framework to mobilize financing for hydropower infrastructure. The consultants also are to assist in raising financing for specific hydro projects identified by the government and the World Bank for implementation.

Expressions of interest in both solicitations are due by August 30 to the address below. For information, see the IPDF Internet site,, or contact Ali Rahman, Senior Adviser Projects, Infrastructure Project Development Facility, House No. 2, Street No. 59, Sector F-7/4, Islamabad, Pakistan; (92) 51-2270771; Fax: (92) 51-9205926; E-mail:

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