Gvt’ Seeks Consultant to Assess PIDU’s Implementation

Economic governance
Tuesday, 24 August 2021 18:32
Gvt’ Seeks Consultant to Assess PIDU’s Implementation

(Togo First) - The Togolese government is looking for an individual consultant to monitor and assess the implementation of its Infrastructure and Urban Development Project (PIDU). Candidates have until September 2, 2021, to submit their applications.

The related call for expression of interest, read by Togo First, states that “the monitoring and evaluation specialist will take care of everything concerning the operationalization of the project's monitoring and evaluation system. He or she will also play a major role in managing and assessing the PIDU's impacts. 

Under the project, roads will be rehabilitated and built, drainage systems and clean water terminals also. In addition, there will be socio-educative and economic infrastructures, such as schools, health centers, and markets. 

Launched in 2018, the Infrastructure and Urban Development project is set to end in 2023. The project cost CFA16 billion and was financed by the World Bank’s International Development Association. According to Togolese authorities, it will help end "extreme poverty and share wealth"

The PIDU covers Lomé, Kara, and Dapaong. 

Esaïe Edoh

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