The USFS may seek a full-time Technical Program Manager, based in Kinshasa, to help administer its CARPE/USAID-funded program and related donor-funded activities in coordination with other USFS International Programs management staff. Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to METI with the subject line DRC Technical Program Manager by May 14, 2021
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 email@example.com (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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