Updated Oct 15, 2020CLOSED

Call for Expressions of Interest: Application of Waste Wise Cities Tool (WaCT) in Kiambu county

UN-Habitat invites Expressions of Interest from Not-for–Profit Organisations and Governmental Institutions to conduct a waste assessment in Kiambu County by applying Waste Wise Cities Tool (WaCT), an assessment tool for city’s municipal solid waste management performance through SDG indicator 11.6.1 monitoring methodology developed by UN-Habitat (see attached for more detailed information). In addition to this, COVID-19 impact assessment in waste management chain will be conducted. Such waste management survey will include organising a local stakeholder meeting as well as developing action plan and potential project through identifying the key intervention areas and infrastructure investment.

The activities expected under this project include but are not limited to the following key elements:

  • - A waste data collection and monitoring survey through applying WaCT in Kiambu county;
  • - Calculation of municipal solid waste received by recovery facilities in Kenya;
  • - An impact assessment of the COVID-19 through interviews to key waste management stakeholders using the questionnaire that JICA and UN-Habitat developed;
  • - Coordination of a Local Stake holder Workshop – waste flow analysis and identification of policy intervention and infrastructure investment gaps based on the results of WaCT application; and
  • - Report on action plan and potential project development on waste management in the county to build back better from COVID-19 impacts.
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CLOSEDOct 22, 2020Deadline
Up to $33,000Amount

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
Focus AreasInfectious & Vector Diseases (Health)
Waste Management (Environment)

Application Directions

Expression of Interest must be delivered in electronic format no later than 16 October 2020 to the e-mail addresses given below: nao.takeuchi@un.org and jinno.shiho@un.org


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