Peru seeks consultants to teach integrated water resource management

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The government of Peru invites expressions of interest from consultants to serve as faculty to teach integrated water resource management to staff of six river basin pilot programs. Responses are due November 22.

Peru is pursuing numerous water resources projects, many linked to hydropower projects. The government awarded a concession in October to develop the 300-MW Molloco hydroelectric project. Peruvian legislators also submitted a bill to speed approval of hydro projects greater than 20 MW.

In the current solicitation, water management modernization agency Proyecto de Modernizacion de la Gestion de los Recursos Hidricos (PMGRH) seeks consultants to implement a diploma in integrated water resources management for middle management professionals in Sistema de Gestion de Recursos Hidricos of the six pilot basins of PMGRH. PMGRH, a unit of water authority Autoridad Nacional del Agua, seeks to improve the managers’ performance of their duties in water resources management.

Expressions of interest and qualifications are due by November 22 by hard copy, fax, or e-mail to the address below. For information, contact Proyecto de Modernizacion de la Gestion de los Recursos Hidricos (PMGRH), Attn: Presidente de la Comision de Adquisicion de Servicios de Consultoria para el PMGRH, Av. Joaquin Madrid 384, San Borja, Lima 41 Peru; (51) 1-7130032; Fax: (51) 1-7130029; E-mail: comisionconsultorias-pmgrh@ana.gob.pe; Internet: www.ana.gob.pe.

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