The UNDP has just published the call for the expression of interest in the realization of the "Feasibility study, Malecon engineering solutions". The study is part of the cooperation that our Ministry has with Cuba, referring in particular to the project: Feasibility study on central coast front of the city of Havana: adaptation proposals before the climate change challenges, which was funded by MASE with €1,856,184.00 and of which UNDP is the implementing body.
The goal is to propose solutions for the protection of the Malecon, the famous Havana seafront, which due to its characteristics, the high population density, the high number of houses and exposed infrastructures, is considered one of the most vulnerable areas in the country to floods and other adverse climatic phenomena.
In particular, the contract concerns a complete feasibility study on the Malecon, which allows for the identification and implementation of measures to adapt to climate change and reduce its vulnerability.
The feasibility study must:
a) make a global analysis of the region related to the physical characterization and drivers of climate change;
b) propose action alternatives towards climate change;
c) analyze the proposed solutions and measures;
d) provide an integrated approach to the required investment.
N.B. Interested suppliers must submit their offer by August 14 directly in the system indicated by the tender document and according to the instructions provided in the user guide.
More information on the procedure is available at the following links: