WWF is supporting the Government of Cameroon towards sustainable natural resources management, and development of green growth in TRIDOM Cameroon landscape, and the mission of the department is to ensure the development and implementation of the Jengi TRIDOM programme to the highest standards, in line with the WWF Cameroon Conservation Strategy. Deadline for applications: 10th March 2024.
TDRs for the recruitment of a Consultant-National Forestry and REDD+ Expert to support the preparation of a GCF Project in Cameroon.
The implementation of the project will require IUCN to recruit a National Forestry and REDD+ Expert to support the elaboration of feasibility studies and the full project proposal of the above project, notably to collect field data, support stakeholder consultation, facilitate contacts between a Consultancy Firm and other international experts. The National Forestry and REDD+ Expert will work closely with other national consultants like the Carbon Stock Evaluation Expert, Socio-economic Expert, GIS Expert to ensure that they gather the required data in the Project sites (South-Est Humid forest, Bakossi – Bamboutos Landscape, Far North Region) in a coordinated matter.
Consultants must submit their applications to IUCN no later than Midnight Cameroon time on May 2, 2021 by e-mail to: Kenneth.email@example.com. The subject heading of the e-mail shall be Application National Consultant GCF Cameroon. Electronic copies are to be submitted in PDF and Ms word format.
Note: Submitted documents must be password-protected so that they cannot be opened and read before the submission deadline. Please use the same password for all submitted documents. After the deadline has passed and no later than 8 am Cameroon time on May 3, 2021; Please send the relevant password to the same e-mail address as used for submitting your proposal. This will ensure a secure bid submission and opening process. Please DO NOT e-mail the password before the deadline for Proposal submission.
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