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Organization: Human Development Research Centre
Country: Zambia
Closing date: 16 Jan 2018

Human Development Research Centre (HDRC); website: www.hdrc-bd.com is considering to bid for a WASHE sector consultancy in Zambia. HDRC is looking for Zambian Research firm/organization/NGO for providing support in the bid, and if HDRC is awarded the Job then working as National Partner Organization. The national partner must have 10+ years of experience in WASH sector. An letter of understanding will be signed between HDRC and National Partner will be exchanged at this stage. In case of winning the bid by HDRC a contract will be signed between the partnering organizations.

How to apply:

Interested organizations/firms/NGOs are requested to contact HDRC with profile and write to Avijit Poddar, PhD at avijitpoddar@hdrc-bd.com by 16 January 2018.

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