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Regional: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia

Sovereign (Public) Project | 47285-001 Status: Active

The TA is consistent with ADB's Strategy 2020 with its focus on support for infrastructure development for achieving environmentally sustainable growth and also with ADB's Urban Operational Plan, which emphasizes integrated urban investments. The CDIA received 20 requests for support in the first quarter of 2013. However, the current funding is limited compared with the demand placed by DMC cities for CDIA support, including some of the programmed activities. Therefore, additional resources are required to continue current activities as well as expand activities to meet the growing demand for CDIA services. Recognizing the need to strengthen mechanisms to assist medium-sized cities in preparing and financing sustainable urban infrastructure investment projects, the CDIA is engaging with relevant partner organizations and support them in delivering high-quality outputs to benefit cities.

Project Details

Project Officer
Lara Arjan SDSC Request for information
Country
  • Regional
Modality
  • Technical Assistance
Sector
  • Water and other urban infrastructure and services
 
Project Name Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia
Project Number 47285-001
Country Regional
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Technical Assistance
Source of Funding / Amount
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia
A.T.F. - Swedish T.A. Grant US$ 7.08 million
Government of Austria US$ 2.00 million
Urban Climate Change Resilience Trust Fund under the Urban Financing Partnership Facility US$ 5.00 million
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (Supplementary)
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 500,000.00
Government of Austria US$ 300,000.00
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (Supplementary)
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 500,000.00
Cooperation Fund for Project Preparation in the Greater Mekong Subregion and in Other Specific Asian Countries US$ 400,000.00
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (Supplementary)
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 500,000.00
United States Agency for International Development US$ 1.36 million
Government of Switzerland US$ 1.00 million
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (Supplementary)
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 500,000.00
TA 8556-REG: Supporting the Cities Development Initiative for Asia (Supplementary)
Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbei US$ 379,651.78
Cities Development Initiative for Asia Trust Fund US$ 4.59 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Private sector development
Sector / Subsector

Finance / Banking systems and nonbank financial institutions - Infrastructure finance and investment funds

Transport / Urban public transport

Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Urban policy, institutional and capacity development - Urban solid waste management - Urban water supply

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming No gender elements
Description

The TA is consistent with ADB's Strategy 2020 with its focus on support for infrastructure development for achieving environmentally sustainable growth and also with ADB's Urban Operational Plan, which emphasizes integrated urban investments. The CDIA received 20 requests for support in the first quarter of 2013. However, the current funding is limited compared with the demand placed by DMC cities for CDIA support, including some of the programmed activities. Therefore, additional resources are required to continue current activities as well as expand activities to meet the growing demand for CDIA services. Recognizing the need to strengthen mechanisms to assist medium-sized cities in preparing and financing sustainable urban infrastructure investment projects, the CDIA is engaging with relevant partner organizations and support them in delivering high-quality outputs to benefit cities. With the emphasis on _linkage to finance_ in the CDIA Strategy and Business Plan, two key areas include increasing private sector participation in urban infrastructure provision through the use of public private partnerships (PPPs) and stimulating pro-poor investments. This RETA is proposed to facilitate channeling of development partners contributions to support CDIA activities.

The impact of the TA is improved management of cities in ADB's DMCs by increasing the number of urban infrastructure projects ready for detailed assessment (project preparatory TA) and subsequent funding by ADB and CDIA partners.

The outcome of the TA is improvement in operational support to management in Asian cities and improvement in ADB's policy dialogue, relevance, and responsiveness to the demands of ADB's DMCs.

The proposed TA will support CDIA to strengthen its sustainable urban development orientation. This will include maintaining a core management team capable of administering the program well, and providing outreach to cities and national and regional urban development partners. The TA will fund (i) interactions with cities as they develop their CDIA programs and select focus areas for interventions; (ii) liaison with potential project funding partners; (iii) supervision of city interventions; (iv) consultant resources for undertaking project development for city interventions; and (v) capacity development to strengthen city institutions for future project development and improved implementation. In addition to these programmed activities expected to be funded under this TA, various urban development initiatives are planned, including support for urban infrastructure investment prioritization plans and pre-feasibility studies for priority infrastructure projects identified by cities and funding agencies in the DMCs.

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

The majority of the world's population now lives in urban areas. Asia's population is forecast to grow at 1.1% a year between 2000 and 2015, rising from 3.7 billion people to 4.4 billion. During the same period, Asia's urban population growth is expected to be 2.4% per year, increasing from 1.4 billion (37% of the total) in 2000 to 1.9 billion (48%) in 2015. By 2050, 66.2% of Asia will be classified as urban. Overall, urban growth will be more than double the rate of national average population growth. Urban centers worldwide are increasing in size and number. The United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division listed the world's 30 largest cities of which 15 are in Asia.

To fully meet the needs of its DMCs, ADB must help them maximize the opportunities of urbanization while addressing its escalating negative social and environmental impacts. Underserviced urban growth often leads to congestion, pollution, and a decline in the quality of the environment. This reduces the quality of life for city dwellers even when their incomes rise. Nearly one third of the region's urban poor lack access to safe water. Half have no adequate sanitation services, About the same number live in environmentally dangerous areas. It is estimated that at least 900 million urban dwellers living in low and middle income countries are at risk from the direct and indirect impacts of climate change over the next 5-10 years. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report on extreme events confirms that extreme events are likely to become more frequent and intense. The urban poor in low lying coastal, inland, and highland cities are expected to be hit first and hardest by the effects of climate change. For instance 238 million people now live in low elevation coastal zones in Asia. In some countries such as Bangladesh and Vietnam about 50% of their entire population lives in low elevation coastal zones. These challenges make urban development increasingly difficult for many DMCs to manage. ADB faces difficulties helping these governments improve urban services due to the insufficient capacity of counterpart institutions and its own institutional constraints.

ADB's Strategy 2020 sets the goal of making Asia's cities livable and it seeks to align ADB's operations with the changes in the development context of the region and the demands of DMCs. The overall aim is to help DMCs establish a sustainable pattern of development, one that will enable people to satisfy their basic needs and enjoy a better quality of life without compromising the quality of life of future generations. This is mostly the job of Asia's cities, which thus constitute the primary focus of ADB's support to the urban sector. The ADB's Urban Operational Plan (UOP) seeks to define an effective and responsive approach to supporting cities in this role. One of the main components of such an approach is for ADB to focus intervention on specific urban regions, preferably on second tier cities which have limited capacity and will come under proportionately more population stress, in which ADB can have more impact and through which ADB can have greater demonstration effects to foster systemic change towards sustainability. It has been projected that by 2015 nearly 60% of the total urban population will be living in such second tier cities.

While urban planning has improved across the region, many cities in Asia often lack two critical resources for effective implementation: (i) adequate infrastructure investment financing; and (ii) institutional capacity to effectively manage the programming and prioritization of these strategic investments. Therefore a _gap_ exists between the strategic development plans typically presenting a wish-list of projects, and the requirements of financiers for well-formulated infrastructure projects. Many city governments in Asia also lack the necessary funding to deliver critical infrastructure to make them competitive. There is a lack of appropriately structured and bankable projects that could attract private sector financing, given significant short fall in public sector financing of urban infrastructure projects.

The CDIA is a flagship international partnership that ADB has developed with financial support from development partners to assist medium sized Asian cities to bridge this gap between their development plans and the implementation of their infrastructure investments. CDIA uses a demand driven approach to support the identification and development of urban infrastructure investment projects in the framework of existing city development plans which emphasize one or more of the following impact areas: (i) urban environmental improvement; (ii) urban poverty reduction; (iii) climate change mitigation and adaptation; and (iv) improved governance. To facilitate these initiatives at city level, CDIA provides a range of international and domestic expertise and advice to cities to move from strategic master plans to concrete policies and infrastructure projects ready to present to financiers and project developers.

Impact Improved integration of sustainability dimensions in project design
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome ADB urban infrastructure investment projects supported by prefeasibility studies
Progress Toward Outcome Five completed PFS have been linked to approved ADB loans as follows: (i) L3562-PAK: Punjab Intermediate Cities Improvement Project; (ii) L3617-GEO: Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program; (iii) L3525-MON: Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Area Development Investment Program; (iv) L3630-CAM: Provincial Water Supply and Sanitation Project; and (v) L3684-CAM: Second Urban Environmental Management Project in the Tonle Sap. One completed PFS, GEO: Tbilisi Bus Network Improvement, was linked to local government financing.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Prefeasibility studies completed

Knowledge products featuring innovative approaches to project design disseminated

CDIA network and partnerships with national partner organizations in DMCs strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

(i) Output 1: Prefeasibility studies completed. The TA has enabled ADB and its CDIA partners to work closely with the governments to address infrastructure needs in Asia and the Pacific. Under the TA 17 PFSs have been completed and 10 are ongoing, covering more than 30 cities in 13 DMCs, namely Bangladesh, Cambodia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, People's Republic of China, Philippines, Tajikistan, Vanuatu and Viet Nam. The PFSs activities supported project development in the areas of sanitation and integrated wastewater management, water supply, identification of priority urban sector investments, bay development, transport and other urban infrastructure improvements. One completed PFS was linked to local government financing (GEO: Tbilisi Bus Network Improvement) while 7 completed PFSs were linked to ADB downstream financing amounting to $624.7 million as follows: (i) L3562-PAK: Punjab Intermediate Cities Improvement Project; (ii) L3617-GEO: Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program; (iii) L3525-MON: Ulaanbaatar Urban Services and Ger Area Development Investment Program; (iv) L6010-BAN: City Region development Project II; (v) L3630-CAM: Provincial Water Supply and Sanitation Project; (vi) L3684-CAM: Second Urban Environmental Management Project in the Tonle Sap; (vii) L3766-PRC: Sichuan Ziyang Green Transformation and Development Project.

(ii) Output 2: Knowledge products featuring innovative approaches to project design disseminated. CDIA has produced the following eight knowledge products: (i) Photobook on _Investing in Asia's Urban Future: Stories from Naga, Pimpri, Islamabad and Tangerang; (ii) CDIA's 10th Year Anniversary Publication; (iii) Video-documentation of CDIA Interventions in Naga, Pimpri and Tangerang; (iv) Video-documentation of CDIA Interventions in Yangzhou (PRC) and Yogyakarta (INO); and (v) Project briefs of CDIA-assisted urban infrastructure investments in Naga (PHI), Islamabad (PAK), and Khulna (BAN); (vi) Video-documentation of CDIA Interventions in Tbilisi (GEO); (vii) Tracer study reports on CDIA-assisted urban infrastructure investments in Palembang (INO), Darkhan (MON), Ulaanbaaar (MON) and Pu'er (PRC); and (viii) CDIA Publication on _Bridging Cities, People and Sustainable Development_. These publications and video documentaries highlighted the results and impacts of CDIA supported projects. To showcase the innovative approaches and experience in designing and implementing projects in the field, four of the CDIA-supported projects were presented in the Urban Studio. These are: (i) the PFS and Preliminary Engineering in Gazipur and Khulna Corporations; (ii) Ulaanbaatar Ger Area Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Community Enhancement Project PFS; (iii) Shandong Spring City Modern Trolleybus Network Demonstration Project; and (iv) Georgia Sustainable Urban Transport Investment Program Status of Project Implementation and Completion Strategy.

(iii) Output 3: CDIA network and partnerships with national partner organizations in DMCs strengthened. A knowledge partnership agreement (KPA) between ADB and Austrian Institute of Technology was signed in February 2018 where areas of cooperation includes: city transport system diagnostic; smart urban transport planning and management; non-motorized transport and pedestrianization; system for disaster and climate preparedness; planning for remediation and re-development of sites contaminated by hazardous wastes; information and communication applications for managing cities and towns; policy development to support urban innovation; and capacity building activities. CDIA has also supported and organized with various national partner organizations trainings and workshop to build capacity of DMCs in analytical and technical work, due diligence, project preparation, urban infrastructure programming, among others. Workshops were conducted in India, Cambodia, and Viet Nam on City Infrastructure Investment Prioritization and Programming and trainings in Cambodia, Philippines, and the PRC were completed on wastewater management, sustainable transport planning, effective urban infrastructure program and financial modelling. CDIA continues to intensify its capacity building activities through conduct of more activities aimed to enhance responsiveness of key government officials and stakeholders to urban management issues.

Geographical Location Regional
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design
During Project Implementation
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services The TA will finance consulting services, workshops and trainings including resource persons, report preparation and communications, miscellaneous administration and support costs, equipment and surveys. Resource persons will be engaged on an individual basis. A multidisciplinary team of national and international experts, led by an international senior municipal and/or environmental engineering, urban infrastructure specialist or a project finance specialist, will be required to successfully execute the assignments. Consultants may be recruited on an individual basis or firms using the quality and cost-based selection or quality-based selection or fixed budget selection methods with indefinite delivery contract (IDC) , assignment, as appropriate. Key expertise will include waste and wastewater management, flood and drainage management, urban economics, transport planning, urban planning, water supply and sanitation, environment, climate change, social development, public financial management, infrastructure finance, PPP, urban governance, organizational/institutional development, communications and capacity development. All consultants will be engaged by ADB in accordance with the Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time). TA needs an input of 370 person-months of international professional services is envisaged with 584 person-months of national consultants' input. The international consultants Municipal/Environmental Engineering/Urban Infrastructure Specialists (185 person-months); Urban Planners (55 person-months); PPP Specialists/Financial Analysts (130 person-months) will be responsible for providing the strategic and technical direction for the pre-feasibility studies, quality assurance for the inputs, program management and all key reporting related to the CDIA.
Responsible ADB Officer Lara Arjan
Responsible ADB Department SDSC
Responsible ADB Division SDSC-URB
Executing Agencies
Asian Development Bank
6 ADB Avenue,
Mandaluyong City 1550, Philippines
Timetable
Concept Clearance 08 Oct 2013
Fact Finding 17 Feb 2014 to 06 Mar 2014
MRM -
Approval 06 Dec 2013
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 28 Mar 2019

TA 8556-REG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
06 Dec 2013 - 06 Dec 2013 31 Dec 2017 31 Dec 2020 -
Financing Plan/TA Utilization Cumulative Disbursements
ADB Cofinancing Counterpart Total Date Amount
Gov Beneficiaries Project Sponsor Others
2,000,000.00 22,116,446.24 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 24,116,446.24 06 Dec 2013 15,422,209.44

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
LAO PDR: Livable Cities Program Firm - Consulting Closed 01 Aug 2019 15 Aug 2019
Graphic Design, Layout and Report Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Jun 2019 20 Jun 2019
Social and Capacity Development Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 03 May 2019 16 May 2019
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Mar 2019 02 Apr 2019
Community Engagement and Social Development Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 06 Feb 2019 12 Feb 2019
Communications and Outreach Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 20 Nov 2018 26 Nov 2018
Urban Development Specialist (Strategic Innovations Lead) Individual - Consulting Closed 20 Nov 2018 26 Nov 2018
Urban Development Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Nov 2018 18 Nov 2018
PRC: Chongquing Green Transformation and Development Project (Education Specialist) Individual - Consulting Closed 06 Oct 2018 12 Oct 2018
PRC: Chongqing Environment Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 18 Jul 2018 24 Jul 2018
PRC: English Report Editor Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 23 May 2018 29 May 2018
Municipal Finance Expert for Future of Asian and Pacific Cities 2019 Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Apr 2018 03 May 2018
Young Professional Individual - Consulting Closed 25 Apr 2018 01 May 2018
IND: Panaji 24/7 Water Supply and Saint Inez Creek Rejuvenation Project Firm - Consulting Closed 11 Apr 2018 25 Apr 2018
GEO: Tbilisi City Hall: Bus Priority, Parking and Cycling Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Mar 2018 20 Mar 2018
GEO: Tbilisi City Hall: Traffic Signals, Junctions and LINSIG Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Mar 2018 20 Mar 2018
PRC: Chongqing Green Transformation and Development Project (TVET Specialist) Individual - Consulting Closed 14 Feb 2018 20 Feb 2018
PRC: Chongqing Green Transformation and Development Project (Regional Economist) Individual - Consulting Closed 06 Feb 2018 12 Feb 2018
PRC: Chongqing Green Transformation and Development Project (Business Incubation Specialist) Individual - Consulting Closed 06 Feb 2018 12 Feb 2018
PAK: Punjab Intermediate Cities Improvement Investment Project Phase II Firm - Consulting Closed 25 Jan 2018 08 Feb 2018
CAM: Wastewater Collection Network Development in Siem Reap City Firm - Consulting Closed 05 Jan 2018 19 Jan 2018
PRC: Senior Urban Infrastructure Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Senior Urban Infrastructure Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
India: Senior Infrastructure Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Senior Financial Specialist/Economist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Program Manager Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Cities Development Initiative for Asia (CDIA) Administrator Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
INO: Senior Urban Infrastructure Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
Urban Infrastructure Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed 16 Oct 2017 22 Oct 2017
IND:Coimbatore Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Re-use Firm - Consulting Closed 27 Sep 2017 11 Oct 2017
IND: Jalandhar Surface Water Supply System Firm - Consulting Closed 26 Sep 2017 10 Oct 2017
INO Enhanced Water Supply Service in Balikpapan & Singkawang Firm - Consulting Closed 13 Sep 2017 27 Sep 2017
MYA: Yangon Urban Tranport Project Firm - Consulting Closed 01 Sep 2017 15 Sep 2017
Georgia: Project Coordinator and Water Operations Management Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
Georgia: Customer Service and Metering Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
GEO: Water utility Energy Management Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
GEO:Hydraulic Modeling and District Monitoring Area (DMA) Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
Georgia: Asset Management Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
GEO: Non-Revenue Water (NRW) and Leaks Detection Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 05 Sep 2017
Georgia: Communication Expert Consultancy to support United Water Supply Company of Georgia operations in two pilot cities Individual - Consulting Closed 23 Aug 2017 12 Sep 2017
INO: International Senior Urban Infrastructure Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed 12 Aug 2017 21 Aug 2017
GEO:United Water Supply Company of Georgia Operations Individual - Consulting Closed 27 Jul 2017 02 Aug 2017
VAN: Luganville Integrated Urban Development Plan Firm - Consulting Closed 01 Jul 2017 21 Jul 2017

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 22 Jun 2018 SCE(FRANCE) in association with National Development Consultants (Pvt) Limited(PAKISTAN) 5 AVENUE AUGUSTIN-LOUIS CAUCHY NANTES CE 7 FRANCE Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 899,812.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 06 Jun 2018 SAFEGE, FRANCE(FRANCE) in association with TANCONS (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.() 76 RUE DES SUISSES-B.P.727,92007 NANTERR FRANCE; 15/27 rue du port, Parc de l'Ile 92022 France Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 777,000.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 12 Feb 2018 CRISIL RISK & INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS LTD.(INDIA) in association with INFRATAMA YAKTI, P.T.(INDONESIA) Crisil House, Central Avenue Road, Opp D Mumbai, Maharashtra 400 076 India Fax #+912 233423001; www.crisil.com Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 569,976.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 06 Feb 2018 HaskoningDHV Consulting Pvt. Ltd.(INDIA) in association with HaskoningDHV Nederland B.V., Netherlands(NETHERLANDS) Green Boulevard, Plot B 9A, Tower B 4th Floor, Sector 62, Noida Uttar Pradesh 201301, India Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 671,908.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 05 Dec 2017 Far East BRT Planning Co., Limited(HONG KONG, CHINA) RM 1401 Cambridge Hse 26-28, CAMERON RD TST KLN, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 775,707.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 09 Nov 2017 GHD Pty Ltd(AUSTRALIA) Level 7, 16 Marcus Clarke St., Canberra, Australia ACT 2601 Asian Development Bank Consulting Services 738,034.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 13 Jun 2017 Naree International Limited (Hong Kong, China) In Association With Naree Consulting Limited, China (China,People's Rep.Of) Unit N, 5/F, 4 Cho Yuen Street, Yau Tong Kowloon, Hong Kong, China Asian Development Bank 327,450.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 23 Feb 2017 Systra France (France) in Association with Spectrum Consulting Ltd., Geo (Georgia) 5, Avenue Du Coq, 75009 Paris France Asian Development Bank 396,045.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 11 Oct 2016 Finnish Consulting Group Asia Pte. Ltd (Singapore) in Association with Pitco (Pakistan) North Bridge Road, 12-01 High Street Cen Singapore Singapore Asian Development Bank 750,000.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 22 Sep 2016 Eptisa Servicios De Ingenieria S.L. (Spain) in Association with Key Consultants Cambodia (Kcc) Ltd. () EMILIO MUNOZ 35-37 MADRID, SPAIN 28037 Asian Development Bank 702,118.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 06 Jul 2016 Mott Macdonald Limited (United Kingdom) MOTT MACDONALD HOUSE, 8-10 SYDENHAM ROAD CROYDON CR0 2EE, UNITED KINGDOM Asian Development Bank 448,661.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 20 Jun 2016 IPE Global Limited (India) in association with NU (Mongolia) B-84, Defence Colony, Bhisham Pitamah Ma Delhi 110 024, India / C-2 Green Park Extension Delhi 110016, India Asian Development Bank 349,055.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 21 Apr 2016 Hifab International Ab (Sweden) in Association with Urban Solutions BV (Netherlands) 167, Sveavagen, SE-104 SE-104 32 STOCKHOLM SWEDEN Asian Development Bank 750,000.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 14 Mar 2016 Egis Eau (France) in Association with Key Consultants Cambodia (Kcc) Ltd. () 78 ALLEE JOHN NAPIER, MONTPELLIER 34965, CEDEX 2 FRANCE [email protected] Asian Development Bank 749,980.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 29 Feb 2016 SCE (France) in Association with Groupe Huit S.A.S. France (France) 5 AVENUE AUGUSTIN-LOUIS CAUCHY NANTES CE 7 FRANCE Asian Development Bank 747,000.00
Capacity Development Technical Assistance 8556 20 Jan 2016 Mott Macdonald Limited (Water Supply) (United Kingdom) DEMETER HOUSE, STATION ROAD, CAMBRIDGE CAMBRIDGESHIRE CB1 2RS UNITED KINGDOM Asian Development Bank 278,052.00
Research and Development Technical Assistance 8556 07 Aug 2015 Urban Solutions BV (Netherlands) in association with Ciriajasa Rancangbangun Mandiri PT (Indonesia) PO Box 299 3000 AG, Rotterdam, Netherlands Asian Development Bank 157,643.00
Research and Development Technical Assistance 8556 04 Jun 2015 ICF Consulting Services Limited (United Kingdom) 6F Watling House, 33 Cannon Street, London Asian Development Bank 464,224.00

Procurement Plan

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