Sri Lanka seeks dam safety, water resources work

The government of Sri Lanka invites expressions of interest from consultants to implement a a program including dam safety and water resources management work. Responses are due February 28.

With US$50 million in funding from the World Bank’s International Development Association, Sri Lanka plans to implement a National Water Management Improvement (NAWAM) project. The project includes:
o Improving dam safety and operational efficiency;
o Upgrading and modernizing the hydro-meteorological information system;
o Providing technical assistance for integrated water resources planning and management; and
o Supporting institutional development and capacity building.

The work is to take five years beginning in June 2007.

Expressions of interest and qualifications, in English, are due February 28 to the address below. Applications are to be labeled �Expression of Interest for Project Implementation Support Consultants of NAWAM Project.�

For information, contact Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation, and Mahaweli Development, 500 T.B. Jayah Mawatha, Colombo 10 Sri Lanka; (94) 11-2675315; E-mail:

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