Printer (Branding and promotional materials)


Company Water and San...
Category Consulting
Location Ghana
Job Status Contractor/Co...
Salary GHS
Education -:-
Experience N/A
Job Expires May 17, 2019
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Company Profile

WSUP is a non-profit partnership between the private sector, NGOs and research institutions focused on solving the global problem of inadequate water and sanitation in low-income urban communities. WSUP brings lasting solutions to low-income areas by working in partnership with service providers, including water utilities, local authorities and businesses, and the communities they serve. WSUP strengthens the capacity of service providers to deliver sustainable city-wide water and sanitation services, promote good hygiene and raise the environmental standards of low-income communities.

From incorporation in 2005, WSUP has grown rapidly to a £10â€/12m organisation and has plans for further expansion over the next five years. The organisation is now at a pivotal stage in its growth. It presently operates six well-developed, respected country programmes in Africa and Asia (Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia) to strengthen public and private sector service providers to improve the delivery of affordable services to low income consumers WSUP has recently expanded its portfolio of operations to include the building and strengthening of private sector provision in urban water and sanitation services and the sale of consulting services on all aspects of low income urban WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) to disseminate learning and increase impact. All of these operations are supported by research, communications, funding and finance and resources teams.

For more information about WSUP's vision and approach, see

Job Description


WSUP is a tri-sector partnership between the private sector, civil society and academia, focused on addressing the increasing global problem of inadequate access to water and sanitation for the urban poor. WSUP believes that access to safe and affordable water, improved sanitation and improved hygiene practices underpin poverty reduction through impacts on health, education and livelihoods. This is supported by the belief that sustainable and viable improvements can only be made by strengthening the technical capacity and financial viability of local service providers. 
WSUP has a strategic portfolio of six countries in Africa and South Asia where it works in close partnership with local service providers and national government. WSUP’s approach in each city begins with the identification of approaches to improve the direct delivery of service improvements at a representative scale, in order to A) enable the practical application of capacity development of the local service provider, and B) remove a key barrier to a better functioning market for pro-poor service delivery by using grant funding to overcome risk aversion to failure. Through the delivery of financially viable and effective service provision at a representative scale in each city, and by strengthening the capacity of local partners to provide pro-poor services under viable business models, WSUP aims to trigger investments for the scale-up of service delivery at the city and ultimately the national level. WSUP is committed to sharing the learning from its work with the wider sector to inspire replication and ensure maximum global impact. For a summary version of WSUP’s Theory of Change 2012-2015, see Figure 1.
Figure 1: simplified WSUP theory of change
WSUP has been established as a not-for-profit company for over 10 years and in that time has grown its programme of work from zero during that period. Over that period, the company has also progressed from having no position of influence within the international WASH development community to being well recognised widely by organisations such as the World Bank, UNICEF, Stone Family Foundation and others as providing a unique and successful approach to help overcome the challenges faced in providing sustainable WASH services to low income communities in urban areas.
Building on the back of the above recognition, WSUP has established WSUP Advisory CIC, a wholly owned subsidiary incorporated as a Community Interest Company (CIC), to operate as a consultancy to extend WSUPs reach into countries outside of our 6 core countries. Profits generated will be returned into the not-for-profit entity as a source of unrestricted funding. WSUP Advisory has already secured very significant contracts in India, Ethiopia, Pakistan and elsewhere funded by USAID, UNICEF and others.  
Programme overview
The current WSUP business plan runs from December 2012 – March 2016. The business plan programme targets the adoption and replication of effective urban water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) models by WASH service providers, national governments and international financing institutions across the six countries where WSUP has an established presence. It is further characterised by a comprehensive programme of research, publications and communications aimed at informing and influencing the international WASH sector.

Box 1: current business plan programme key characteristics

A new 2016-2020 WSUP business plan has been prepared and has already attracted significant support from funders. It is envisaged that annual spend over the 4 year period will average GBP 15 million.
Service support required 

Objectives of the project 
The overall objective is to print reporting tools and certification stickers for the SSD compound sanitation project detailed in the table below for the SSD compound sanitation project.
  Item Description Predominant color No. of leaflets Front and back Quantity
1 TSA/Artisan reporting forms Reporting form (data collection forms) used by TSA/Artisan daily to collect customer information White 1 Yes 31,500
2 Quality Assurance Certification stickers Stickers to certify toilets as quality assured during QA monitoring Green 1 No 2,000
3 Sharing learning Developing 3 success stories and disseminating learning outcomes to key stakeholders - Target municipal assemblies, Sinapi Aba - 3 No 20


The services of the consultant are as outlined in the table above, and time would only be counted from the start of each task and is expected to be completed by the stipulated periods in the various phases of the assignment.

Date Milestone/deliverable
23-May-19 Print 70% quantity of each of the items
07-Jun-19 Print 30% quantity of each of the items


Contract terms
A standard WSUP service agreement format will be used, subject to the supplier’s agreement with the terms. 
Terms of Payment
Payment shall be made in accordance to the table below.
Table 2 – Terms of Payment
Instalment Phase Value (% of total contract sum)
1 After signing of agreement 70%
2 After acceptance of first batch of materials 30%

Payment will be by bank transfer upon receipt of invoice.


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