UCLA seeks a Business Case Consultant. UCLA, through its Congo Basin Institute (CBI), recently began a collaborative partnership to promote shade-grown cocoa as a conservation tool in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). During a one-year Phase I, the project will focus on developing a business case for private sector investment in sustainable cocoa production in DRC. Applications received before October 15 will be given priority.
WWF-Evaluation of the Achieving integrated conservation of Congo basin’ most important costal landscape, FY 2019-2021
WWF is looking for a formative evaluation of the project that serves to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the work carried out so far including possible new directions and will lead to concrete recommendations for the design of the fourth phase of the project in order to guarantee its effectiveness.
The costs of the international plane ticket will be paid directly by the Program. Field trips will be provided by the Southern Program too. Accommodation, visa and airport tax costs will be reimbursed by the Program to the consultant on the basis of the original supporting documents. All amounts include any and all charges, expenses, fees and taxes. The budget available for the costs of fees and per diem of the expert amounts to 15,000 euros including tax. This amount cannot be exceeded for any reason.
Proposals in French can be submitted until January 07th, 2021 before 13.00h Gabon time.
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