Engagement of Consultant to Facilitate the Development of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESMP) and Acquisition of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Permit
17th Jul 2019
World Bank (WB)
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST Procurement Office Central Administration Block- Old Site University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana
Telephone: 233-3321-32480 ext 280, 153 Ghana Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
Expression of Interest are invited for Engagement of Consultant to Facilitate the Development of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESMP) and Acquisition of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Permit.
The objectives of the assignment include but not limited to the following: • Provide technical expertise for the conduct of environmental and social impact assessment(ESIA) on the ACECoR project • Develop environmental and social safeguard policies and procedures, as well as review and appraise proposed programs for compliance with the World Bank's environmental, social and governance requirements • Prepare an ESIA Management Plan for the ACECoR Project • Provide the requisite technical and administrative assistance including the provision of all required documentation in securing an Environmental permit for the ACECoR Building.
As Part of the Africa Centre of Excellence Impact Project (Aceiii), the World Bank and the Government of Ghana (Gog) is Supporting a Five-Year Capacity-Building Program at the University of Cape Coast to Promote Coastal Resilience within the West and Central African Sub-Regions. The Objective of the Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience (Acecor) Project is to Support the Development of Technical and Scientific Capacity of Young African Professionals to Develop Integrated Solutions to Address Coastal Degradation in the Countries of Intervention through Short to Long-Term Professional and Academic Training Programmes. It will Deliver High Quality Postgraduate Courses, International Caliber Research Focused on Addressing Coastal Developmental Challenges. In this Context, University of Cape Coast is Leading the World Bank (Ace Iii) Impact Project on Capacity Building Sub Component. This will be Achieved through Partnerships and Collaboration with Academia, Research Institutions and Industry, Locally and Internationally. As Part of Achieving the Broader Objectives, the University of Cape Coast Intends to Apply Part of the World Bank Funds under the Contract to Carry out the Followinn Consultancy Services