Purpose / Project Description:
The purpose of the study is to assess the costs, benefits and incentives experienced by public (USAID and Mercy Corps) and private actors (suppliers, farmers and households) in incentivizing and implementing the range of water conservation activities completed through the WIT program. The study will provide important information on the costs and benefits of water conservation in the Jordanian context, as efforts to improve water productivity in the country continue. The study will also examine the incentives for adoption of water savings technologies (WST) faced by different actors, thereby informing similar programs in other contexts and complementing other ongoing evaluation efforts under the WIT program. The contractor will have access to the relevant suite of data, information and studies carried out by Mercy Corps in the conduct of the WIT program, including baseline and endline studies of knowledge, attitudes and practice (KAP), monitoring of water saved under the Program, etc. The purpose of this study to draw all this information together in one place, analyze it using the tools of economic analysis and report out to the global community on the lessons learned, in this respect, through this innovative project.
Tendering office: MC – Global
Country of destination: United States
Open date: Aug 31, 2021, 9:00am to Sep 13, 2021, 12:00pm