German Development Cooperation
German Technical Cooperation Tender Notice
study and develop the operative framework and sustainable alternatives for Sanitary Waste in India under Sustainable Urban Development – Smart City Project

Under the Indo German Bilateral Development Cooperation, the focal areas currently are:

  • Energy;
  • Environment and Management of Natural Resources; and
  • Sustainable Urban Development

The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) and GIZ India are jointly implementing the “Sustainable Urban Development - Smart Cities” (SUD-SC) project. The project supports the National Ministry and the State Governments (Odisha, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala) in the policy formulation on housing for all, basic services, planning framework, and monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It also supports the three select Smart Cities (Bhubaneswar, Coimbatore, and Kochi) in implementing concepts of integrated spatial urban development planning.

The objective of this assignment is to

To undertake a primary study on the existing sanitary waste management mechanism (focusing on the access, collection, transportation and disposal of sanitary waste). The study should comprise of:

Definition of Scope and Design Briefs

  • Baseline Assessment
  • Approach and Methodology of the study
  • Recommendations and roadmap- based on the findings of the study to develop an operative framework and sustainable alternatives as well as financial model for promoting the appropriate system towards access and collection of sanitary waste until its disposal

The detailed documentation with regards to this call for proposals includes:

  • Terms of Reference for the Assignment
  • Grid for Assessing the Eligibility of Firms
  • Technical Evaluation Grid
  • Bidding Conditions
  • General Terms & Conditions of Contracts


: 2nd September, 2019
: 13th September, 2019
: 17th September, 2019

: 7th Oct, 2019, by 17.30hrs


GIZ reserves the right to cancel/modify this tender and / or reject a bid document including subsequently a technical and financial proposal, without assigning any reasons.