Increasing and Improving Natural Resources
ME&A Team Expertise
Under USAID's Water IQC II, the ME&A Team can support a wide range of endeavors in the sphere of water resources and coastal zone management. We can call upon a host of knowledgeable staff – as well as a panel of world-class experts—with extensive experience in a variety of countries.
The Water IQC II provides opportunities to implement Task Orders in any of the following areas:
Integrated Water Resources Management—Watershed management; public utilities institution-building; hydro-geological survey and well-field design; transboundary water issue resolution; and engineering design and implementation
Integrated Coastal Management—Coastal zone management program design; fisheries stock and technology assessments; local plans for urban and port development; local and national coastal management institutional strengthening; coastal boundary delineations; and aquaculture system design and implementation
Environment—Water quality management; pollution assessment and control; hydrological studies; biodiversity management; and wetlands identification, assessment, and management
Economic Growth & Energy—Economic studies of the impact of water tariff changes; regional plans for water distribution systems; development of sustainable tourism programs; and implementation of watershed management activities as part of integrated forestry and watershed management programs
Agriculture & Food Security – Improvement of irrigation systems; development of strategies for on-farm water management and of food security programs that integrate both terrestrial and aquatic food sources in the program; and aquaculture implementation and management
Global Health—Public information programs ranging from water-sealed toilets to development of small-scale water distribution systems and to eradication of water-borne disease vectors, such as malaria and dengue fever
Democracy & Governance—Design and implementation of local, regional, or national water resource management organizations, working with local government to develop and implement stakeholder management plans, helping stakeholders develop capabilities to work within systems, and building government staff capacity in water management issues
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