KfW intends to enter into a contract with the Government of Somalia for the implementation of this feasibility study. Related Consultant services will be contracted by KfW under an agency contract with MoPIED.
The proposed objective of the project is to stabilise the water balance and increase the resilience of (agro-) pastoralists in Nugaal Region of Puntland through reduced soil degradation and erosion as well as the use of an improved water supply infrastructure.
The objective of the assignment (Feasibility Study) is to support the Somali/Puntland authorities in designing a project for improved land use/land management in Nugaal region, Puntland, analysing both Burtinle district and the greater Garowe area, as a basis for the appraisal by KfW. The Feasibility Study shall cover all relevant topics needed to serve as a comprehensive basis for KfW’s appraisal. As a minimum requirement, the study results and deliverables need to be in line with applicable KfW guidelines. The scope of services includes:
- prepare Land Use Plans (LUP) for both above mentioned (potential) intervention areas including development scenarios and concepts for sustainable land use (including relevant maps); develop a coherent project rationale including alignment with existing strategies and policies; conduct stakeholder mapping and assess potential of suitable project-executing agencies and potential implementation structures; develop a detailed project design including assessment of O&M options; propose specific interventions based on the LUP and technical assessments; prepare cost estimates, financing and implementation schedule; etc.