Panama's national environmental authority Anam has launched a consultancy tender for a project to improve environmental sustainability in five river basins and/or priority areas in the country.
The project, financed in part by IDB, involves drawing up five sustainable strategies - one for each basin and/or priority area - to improve standard of living and environmental quality. Work is slated to wrap up in 12 months.
The basins include those of rivers Santa María, La Villa, Parita, Río Grande and Caimito, according to a release from national procurement site PanamaCompra.
Bids must be submitted to government operational planning unit UPO by August 16.
For more information on the bidding process, in Spanish, go to this link