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Terms of Reference-Neckartal Dam EWR- final.pdf

Sep 8 2021

The purpose of the above-mentioned consultancy is (a) to understand the hydrological regime of the Fish River, to determine environmental water requirements for the ephemeral rivers/systems and determine the environmental water requirements for the Fish River downstream of the Neckartal Dam which will enable the definition and implementation of operating rules for the dam; and (b) to develop national capacity in the development and quantification of EWR. The study will be carried out in the Fish River System in Namibia focusing on the section downstream of Neckartal Dam near Snyfontein in the Berseba Constituency of the Karas Region. 

ORASECOM invites eligible consultants/ consulting firms who are interested to bid for the consultancy to submit technical and financial bids. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, appropriate skills, budget.). Consultants may constitute consortiums to enhance their chances of qualification.


  1. The terms of reference for the above consultancy can be downloaded below
  2. Interested consultants may obtain further information by contacting the email or telephone/mobile numbers in the Terms of Reference during the day: 09:00 to 16:00 hours, Pretoria Local Time and before the stipulated deadline.
  3. Technical and Financial Proposals must be received by email on or before 24 September 2021. The submission must specifically mention the title of the consultancy being applied for as referenced above.


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