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Water Resources-Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (WRCCVA) Anafre Watershed, Papua Province April– July 2024

Issue Date : March 14, 2024

 Title: Water Resources-Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (WRCCVA)  Anafre Watershed, Papua Province April– July 2024

 Issuing Office & Email/Physical Address for Submission of Proposals:
USAID IUWASH Tangguh South Sulwesi Regional Office (SSRO)
Jl. Gunung Batu Putih No 55 Makassar 90142  South Sulawesi – Indonesia
Phone Nr. : 0411-856011

Deadline for Receipt of Proposals: March 27, 2024
Soft copy Proposal to : Tangguh_Proc_inbox@dai.com
Point of Contact: Tangguh_procurement@dai.com

Anticipated Award Type: Fixed Price Purchase Order

Basis for Award: An award will be made based on the Trade Off Method. The award will be issued to the responsible and reasonable offeror who provides the best value to DAI and its client using a combination of technical and cost/price factors

USAID Indonesia Urban Resilient Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (USAID IUWASH Tangguh) is a five-year Activity to advance Indonesia’s development goals in increasing access to safely managed drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in vulnerable urban areas and strengthening climate-resilient WASH services and water resources management. In close partnership with the Government of Indonesia (GOI), USAID IUWASH Tangguh supports Indonesia’s work to achieve their Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets to ensure access to water and sanitation for all (SDG 6) and to make cities and settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable (SDG 11).

Using an Integrated Resilient IUWASH System (IRIS) approach which aligns actions and incentives between upstream and downstream actors, while crowding in collaboration with key stakeholders through partnerships that accelerate the enabling environment and key enabling factors, such as finance and data—the USAID IUWASH Tangguh team provides technical assistance to GOI, private sector and civil society stakeholders to achieve four Objectives: 1) Strengthened WASH and WRM Sector Governance and Financing; 2) Increased Access to Poor-Inclusive, Climate-Resilient, Safely Managed Drinking Water and Sanitation Services; 3) Improved Water Resources Management to Support Resilient Drinking Water Services; and 4) Increased Adoption of Behaviors and Improved Women’s Participation and Leadership Roles that Contribute to Improvements of WASH and WRM.

In particular, Objective 3 focuses on efforts to improve the system and implementation of comprehensive water resource management (WRM) to support sustainable drinking water services. It is necessary to guarantee and ensure the availability and sustainability of water resources that can be used as raw water for drinking water in a watershed (Daerah Aliran Sungai-DAS). Ensuring provision of raw water resources includes reliable quantity (discharge), quality assurance in accordance with regulation on quality standards, as well as continuity/sustainable supply.

To determine the condition of a watershed and its potential for water resources in the face of climate change, a study of the vulnerability of water resources and its watershed (DAS) to climate change is needed. The study will be carried out by the USAID IUWASH Tangguh program in several watershed locations in the USAID IUWASH Tangguh assisted cities/districts. This water resource climate change vulnerability assessment (WRCCVA) is needed as an initial step with the aim at ensuring the level of reliability of water resources (quantity, quality, and continuity) both present/existing and its projections in the future.

During the PY-3 period, USAID IUWASH Tangguh South Sulawesi-Papua Regional program will implement WRCCVA of Anafre Watershed, located in Jayapura City, Papua Province, which is used, among others, as raw water source for PT Air Minum Jayapura Robongholo Nanwani.

Furthermore, this information will be used as the reference to develop an action plan as a response to the anticipated climate risks. The action plan may include watershed conservation/ protection activities to maintain and improve the reliability of the watershed and raw water resources (quantity, quality, and continuity).

The WRCCVA aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of challenges, constraints, vulnerabilities, and risks that can affect the quantity, quality, and continuity of the water resources as a result of the interaction of various factors as well as the impact of climate change to the watershed.

Results of the assessment will be used to formulate a plan for implementation of land and water resources management and climate change adaptation activities effectively, efficiently, and environmentally friendly to ensure sustainable supply of raw water, one of which is for PT Air Minum Jayapura’s Robongholo Nanwani.

USAID IUWASH Tangguh also intends to build capacity of local institutions including universities and research institutions to carry out aspects of watershed and climate change vulnerability assessment including hydrometeorological assessments, climate change projections, and development of adaptation plans for the water sector.

Detail Scope of Work please see in separate file

Selection of Service Provider and Evaluation Criteria

 The local implementer will be selected based on Full & Open Competition.

 Proposed Mechanism

Proposed mechanism of the activity will be implemented through

Fixed Price Purchase Order.


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