TOR for Water Harvesting and Sustainable Environment

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TOR for Water Harvesting and Sustainable Environment

Description

Terms of Reference for Water Harvesting and Sustainable Environment Management
OrganizationACTED

Closing date9 Aug 2022
Terms of Reference for Water Harvesting and Sustainable Environment Management

Project Title: Strengthening the resilience and nutrition well-being of communities in Amudat and Nakapiripirit (SRNAN-Project).

Project Description

SNRAN Project aims at strengthening food security, nutrition and resilience of communities in Amudat and Nakapiripirit. Objective 1, Output 1.3 Degraded landscape restored to productive use. This activity will be implemented in Nakapiripirit District in Moruita Parish (New, Acherer, cholol, Utut, Katukmwok and Napeles villages) and Karinga parish (Karinga B, Sukudik and pelpel villages). In Amudat district, the activity will be implemented in Amudat sub county, Ngongosowan parish (Chemintiril village) and Loburin Parish (Atirir and Chemakany villages).

This activity of the project will be implemented in line with ACTED’s THRIVE[1] Programing strategy which aims to integrate ecosystems, livelihoods, markets, social cohesion and grassroots governance in vulnerable environments and offers a sustainable approach to support the regeneration of ecosystems through a sequenced, layered and integrated initiative that is community based and tailored to each specific context and location. The REVIVE[2] pillar of the THRIVE strategy will be used to implement output 1.3 of the first objective of this project: Degraded environment restored to productive use.

Main objective: To strengthen food security, nutrition and resilience of vulnerable households in Nakapiripirit and Amudat. ACTED and Food for the Hungry (FH) will achieve this through realisation of the following two specific objectives.

Specific Objective 1: To improve food security for 1,584 Vulnerable households in Amudat and Nakapiripirit

Specific Objective 2: To enhance prevention of stunting and undernutrition and increase access to appropriate treatment of malnutrition focusing on the first 1000 days of life through targeted Maternal Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN) Interventions

Objectives of the assignment, roles and responsibilities of the consultant

The overall objective of this consultancy is to offer technical services in developing curriculum, conducting TOT trainings on water harvesting technologies and sustainable environment management in Amudat and Nakapiripirit.

Specific objectives

Mark 35825m of hater harvesting swales in Nakapiripirit and Amudat districts
Water harvesting generally refers to the collection of rainstorm-generated runoff from a particular area (a catchment) in order to provide water for human, animal, or crop use. Under water harvesting, the consultant will mark 35,825m of swales in mentioned areas in Nakapiripirit and Amudat district for beneficiaries to engaged under cash for work.