South Asia Environmental Capacity Building- Agriculture and Water Pollution Project 

Request for Service Tenders for Conducting Mid Term Evaluation of the Project


To tackle agriculture-induced water pollution, Caritas Switzerland (CaCH) is coordinating a project funded by U.S. Department of State and CaCH and implemented by Arthacharya Foundation in Sri Lanka, Caritas Bangladesh in Bangladesh, DHAN Foundation in India and LI-BIRD in Nepal. The project started on 28.09.2017 and will last until 28.09.2020.

The project addresses the following broad objectives: 

  • take stock of national policies and strategies on agriculture, livestock and other land-based water pollution; 
  • strengthen country and regional capacity to address challenges pertaining to land-based water pollution and its consequences on ecosystems, biodiversity, human health and livelihoods; 
  • pilot, test and exchange high-impact water pollution mitigation technologies and practices, and improve agricultural productivity and human health through action research; 
  • establish a regional level multi-stakeholder and multi-disciplinary mechanism to promote regional connectivity for reducing land-based pollution. 

South Asia Environmental Capacity Building- Agriculture and Water Pollution project seeks to receive proposals from consultants/academics as well as from commercial companies and NGOs/not-for-profits to conduct the proposed assignment. Only organizations based in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka are eligible for this tender. To validate the registration, the individual or agency applicant must present a valid document such as PAN (Permanent Account Number), Tax File Number, VAT (Value Added Tax) Number etc. as deemed mandatory by the law of the country of registration. 

The detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) can be downloaded from the link below. The deadline for submission of tender service proposal is 12 pm midnight 12. August 2019.

Download Terms of Reference (ToR)

The proposal may be submitted by e-mail to the address below:

Anupama Mahat
Regional Project Manager, CaCH in Nepal