Deadline: 1 May 2016
The programme aims to reach people with improved sanitation or water together with hygiene promotion by March 2020.
DFID will directly oversee and manage the portfolio, providing management, policy and monitoring oversight, having geographic coverage including low- and lower-middle income countries where there are significant WASH needs and where relevant high levels of malnutrition (predominately stunting or wasting). The principal focus should be on the priority countries where DFID has a bilateral programme.
To be classified as nutrition-sensitive, a programme needs to:
- Include nutrition as an objective, and include malnutrition indicators (e.g. stunting/ wasting) at impact-level
- Contribute to at least one nutrition-sensitive outcome – in this case the relevant outcome is ‘improve women’s or adolescent girls’ or children’s access to water, sanitation and hygiene’
- Be aimed in part or in full at women and / or children below 5 years DFID’s intent is to source, through a competitive process, up to five suppliers or consortia of suppliers to deliver WASH and nutrition-sensitive WASH results that will make a significant contribution to the UK Government’s WASH and Nutrition targets.
How to Apply
Interested applicants are required to register themselves on DFID Supplier Portal.
For more information, please visit WASH 2020.