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-Terms of Reference for Evaluation of Central Africa Regional Forest Program
Main qualification of evaluator
The consultant is expected to have broad knowledge of forests and forestry in the Congo Basin and general knowledge of adjacent land use issues is also important (mining, palm oil etc.). The consultant will need proven evaluation experience (reference to reports), good English writing skills and good knowledge of French. Most of the interviews required will preferably be done in French. Reports and other documents are in French or English. Cultural sensitivity is crucial.
Request for Technical and Financial Offer
The consultant should submit a letter of motivation including, in particular:
(a) a description of his/her experience doing similar tasks, and
(b) a confirmation of his/her availability to conduct the evaluation within the timeframe referred to in the Terms of reference.
(c) an Annex including the following evaluation matrix presenting the consultant’s proposed methodology
This offer, together with the CV should be submitted on email@example.com and the Subject should read “Consultancy - Evaluation of Central Africa Regional Forest Program” by the 08thMarch 2020.
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