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FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DEVELOP A SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE COMMUNICATION (SBCC) NATIONAL-LEVEL STRATEGY TO SUPPORT SANITATION IN SELECTED STATES IN NIGERIA

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES
NIGERIA SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND RURAL WATER SUPPLY, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE PROGRAM-FOR-RESULTS (NG-SURWASH)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DEVELOP A SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE COMMUNICATION (SBCC) NATIONAL-LEVEL STRATEGY TO SUPPORT SANITATION IN SELECTED STATES IN NIGERIA
COUNTRY: NIGERIA
PROJECT TITLE: NG SUSTAINABLE URBAN AND RURAL WATER SUPPLY, SANITATION & HYGIENE (SURWASH) PROGRAM-FOR RESULTS
CREDIT NO: IDA 6882-NG
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DEVELOP A SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE COMMUNICATION (SBCC) NATIONAL-LEVEL STRATEGY TO SUPPORT SANITATION IN SELECTED STATES IN NIGERIA
REFERENCE NO: NG-SURWASH/FPI/CONS/CQS/2022/03

The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received USD700 million financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Nigeria Sustainable Urban, Rural Water Supply Sanitation & Hygiene (SURWASH) programme and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the consultancy services to develop a social and behavior change communication (SBCC) National-Level strategy to support sanitation in selected states in Nigeria. The NG-SURWASH is a six-year programme consisting of a US$640 million program for results (PforR) with a US$60 million investment project financing (IPF) component. It introduces a results-based approach with the potential to propel Nigeria’s effort to ensure that all its people have access to sustainable and safely managed WASH services. It introduces an innovative approach to sector programming that leverages incentives to simultaneously deliver infrastructure that works, policies that govern, and an institution that sustains. The technical assistance (TA) provided under the IPF component will address critical institutional development and capacity gaps within implementing agencies.

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