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Borehole Drilling – Planning, Contracting & Management: A UNICEF Toolkit

Cost Effective Boreholes Partnership of the Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) by UNICEF and Skat Foundation

Borehole Drilling – Planning, Contracting & Management: A UNICEF Toolkit has been developed to bring uniformity to practices and to guide UNICEF staff involved in borehole procurement and the supply of equipment, as well as contracting consultancy services for borehole siting and supervision. The document is based on a review of good practices within UNICEF, lessons from previous projects, the principles in the RWSN Code of Practice for Cost Effective Boreholes, the UNICEF Guidance Note on Professional Water Well Drilling.

The Toolkit guides both UNICEF programme and supply staff through the life of a project. It follows a logical sequence on UNICEF procurement practices and provides recommendations on processes (Invitation to Bid [ITB] versus Request for Proposal for Services [RFPS]), evaluation criteria, contract provisions, generic bill of quantities, terms of reference and contractual approaches to seek technical services for siting of boreholes, borehole construction and supervision of construction works.

Details:

The Toolkit comprises five modules which follow the logical sequence of a project's life. Modules are interconnected, and it is advisable to initially read them in order to become familiar with the whole process. Subsequently, depending on the information sought, they can be consulted separately for specific guidance.

Introduction to the UNICEF Toolkit

Module 1 – Principles for Planning, Contracting and the Management of Borehole Drilling Projects –- sets out the responsibilities for key stakeholders and presents eight principles for the planning, contracting and management of borehole drilling projects. These principles are applicable to all borehole projects in which UNICEF is involved, either directly as the contracting Client or in support of the National Government or other agencies. The principles are to be used to develop appropriate contracts for borehole projects and are applicable to all boreholes fitted with handpumps4. The principles aid decision-making and streamline the procurement process.

Module 2 – Procurement Considerations for Borehole Drilling Works – highlights key aspects to be considered in the procurement process for borehole drilling construction. It should help UNICEF programme and supply staff in the country offices to work together in the project planning, procurement and contract management. The module defines the roles and responsibilities of UNICEF Programme and Supply staff at each stage of the procurement process as well as guidance on risk management. It specifically provides key information for the pre-contractual and contracting phases, including advice for pre-qualification of drilling contractors and a list of the key contract documents. Module 2 provides a clear comparison of the two solicitation methods likely to be used in borehole projects – ITB (invitation to bid) and RFPS (request for proposal for services) and advice on which one to use. Guidance on evaluating the technical and financial proposals is given, including suggested criteria for the evaluation assessment. The payment schedule is described in detail.

Module 3 – Borehole Siting and Drilling Supervision Consultancy provides guidance and advice for the preparation of an agreement for borehole siting and supervision consultancy. The module includes a template for the Terms of Reference (ToR), a UNICEF standard structure of Agreement and templates for other key documents that should be annexed to the contract. Note that the Terms of Reference and Agreement assume that UNICEF is the Client, i.e. that borehole construction, as well as the siting and supervision, is directly contracted by the UNICEF Country Office.

Module 4 –Terms of Reference for Borehole Drilling Works and Pump Supply and Installation provides an overview of contract options, and guidance and advice for the preparation of ToRs for (i) borehole drilling works and (ii) Pump Supply and Installation. These two ToRs define the scope of work and set out the responsibilities of the Drilling Contractor, pump supplier and other stakeholders. Each ToR forms the basis for the preparation of the technical and financial proposals by the bidders, and subsequently becomes an integral part of the contract. The module is structured according to the UNICEF standard structure of ToR, in the form of templates that can be modified to suit local requirements.

Module 5 – Request for Proposal for Services (RFPS) provides guidance on how to customize the RFPS in VISION for the procurement of borehole drilling works. With Terms of Reference (ToR) developed, the RFPS process needs to define the framework of the solicitation and future collaboration with the supplier(s). The contract(s) that will be granted to the successful supplier(s) is (are) extracted from VISION.

Although much of the guidance in the toolkit is for boreholes that are procured and contracted by UNICEF directly, the guidance should also be useful for Governments and NGOs. However, Government will have to adhere to public procurement procedures, and other agencies will use other Information Technology (IT) systems for generating key documents | »

Beyond Utility Reach? How to Close the Urban - Rural Access Gap

Given that the significant access gaps are a major barrier to fulfilling the SDGs, this World Bank study was launched toincrease awareness and knowledge on how rural service provision is organized, to understand whether and how the aggregation through regional water utilities has effectively reached rural areas, and to present lessons and recommendations for expanding and improving the provision of services for rural populations.

Seven countries of the Danube region —Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine—were selected because they represent a wide range of rural water outcomes, different challenges, and sector reform contexts. | »

RWSN Young Professionals Engagement Strategy (2018) Stratégie d'engagement avec les jeunes professionnels de RWSN (2018)

The objective of the RWSN Young Professionals’ Engagement Strategy is to guide the network in engaging with young people and to empower them to become agents of change, so that they become advocates and contribute actively to the achievement of the SDGs. For more information please see our website: http://www.rural-water-supply.net/en/rwsn-for-young-professionals

L'objectif de la stratégie d'engagement avec les jeunes professionnels de RWSN (2018) est de guider le réseau dans l'engagement avec les jeunes professionnels afin de leur donner la possibilité de devenir force motrice pour le changement, et de contribuer à l'accomplissement des ODD. Pour plus d'informations veuillez vous référer à notre site internet: http://www.rural-water-supply.net/fr/rwsn-pour-les-jeunes-professionnels | »

2018 RWSN Webinar early series (3rd April - 5th June 2018) Nouvelles série en français de wébinaires en 2018 sur les services d'eau en milieu rural (3 avril - 5 juin 2018) / Nueva serie de webinarios RWSN (3 de abril - 5 de junio 2018)

You can find below the presentations and recordings from the 2018 RWSN series of 10 webinars (on-line seminars) dedicated to rural water services, running every week from April 3rd until June 5th, in English, French, Spanish and/or Portuguese. #
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Vous trouverez ci-dessous les presentations et enregistrements de la nouvelle série de wébinaires 2018 RWSN (les séminaires en ligne) dédiées aux services d’eau en milieu rural, qui ont lieu chaque semaine du 3 avril au 5 juin, en anglais, français, espagnol et/ou portugais.

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Desde el secretariado del RWSN tenemos el gusto de anunciarles la nueva serie de webinarios (seminarios en línea), la cual se efectuará entre el 03 de abril y el 05 de junio del 2018. Esta serie comprende 10 sesiones (una sesión por semana) dedicadas a los servicios de agua rural, en inglés, francés, español y/o portugués. | »

RWSN Strategy 2018-2023 La stratégie RWSN 2018-2023

This Strategy sets the direction of the Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) for the next six years, with a mid-term review. It explains what we are trying to achieve, how, why and with whom.

The RWSN Strategy has been jointly developed with members and the final version is endorsed by the seven members of the RWSN Executive Steering Committee: the African Development Bank, IRC, Skat Foundation, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), UNICEF, WaterAid and the World Bank Water Global Practice.

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Cette stratégie donne la direction du Rural Water Supply Network (RWSN) pour les prochaines six années, avec une revue à mi-parcours. Elle explique ce que l'on essaie de réaliser, comment, pourquoi et avec qui.

La stratégie RWSN a été développée de manière collaborative et la version finale endorsée par les sept membres du comité de pilotage de RWSN: la Banque Africaine de Développement, IRC, Skat Foundation, la Direction du Développement et de la Coopération Suisse, UNICEF, WaterAid et la pratique de l'eau de la Banque Mondiale. | »

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