In this role, you will work with 6 cities in Rwanda, Ethiopia, and South Africa to recommend and develop finance and funding strategies for urban water resilience projects in those geographic contexts. You will work closely with the Project Lead and city stakeholders to identify priority projects in each city and conduct the needed research to identify investment opportunities and financing strategies for 1-2 priority urban water initiatives in each city.
WWF- Terms of reference for a study of the sectoral footprint on Biodiversity in Cameroon
WWF is looking for a consultant to carry out a sector footprint study on Biodiversity in Cameroon.
The aim of the study will be to:
- Carry out a scientific and sectoral assessment of the main drivers of biodiversity erosion in Cameroon.
- Pre-identify, through a scientific and participatory approach, the two sectors that have the greatest impact on this biodiversity.
- To provide a preliminary assessment of the contribution of these different economic sectors to Cameroon's development/GDP and the financial impact due to biodiversity loss.
- Facilitate dialogue between the different stakeholders to identify two economic sectors with a strong impact on biodiversity decline on which to work in more detail
The results of the assessment will be used to conduct a discussion with the government and a multi-stakeholder dialogue, both public and private, with a view to defining two key economic sectors exerting pressure on biodiversity, for which a specific scientific diagnosis and dialogue will be conducted during the second stage of the project.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (in 2 separate files for the technical and financial offers) with the subject "STUDY OF THE SECTORAL BUILDING ON BIODIVERSITY IN CAMEROON - technical/financial offer". No later than January 7, 2021 at Midnight CAT.
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