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Consultancy to Conduct a Gender Analysis and Produce a Gender Analysis and Produce a Gender Action Plan to be used during Implementation of the Souce to Sea Initiative 

1     Background 

Wetlands International is a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands. This is accomplished through the implementation of landscape approach towards conservation, connecting technical knowledge, policy dialogue and action on the ground, and catalyzing the activities of diverse actors working towards empowering the communities we work with.

In all Wetlands International programmes, we work hand in hand with local communities, taking care to ensure proper representation of vulnerable groups and to integrate gender aspects in our work. We support communities, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and governments to engage with each other and to sustain dialogue and involvement in collaborative actions by establishing networks. This approach strengthens the legitimacy, outreach and relevance of each partner as they use and build on each other’s expertise. In this way, we maintain long-term, collaborative relationships with the communities, CSOs and governments.

With financial support from the Swedish International Development Co-operation Agency (SIDA), Wetlands International Eastern Africa is implementing a project dubbed ‘Source to Sea; Eastern Africa Wetland Initiative’ in two ecoregions. These are, the Rift Valley Lakes Ecoregion (with field interventions in Ziway-Shalla sub-basin and Omo-Turkana Basin), and the East African Mangrove Ecoregion (with field interventions in Lamu Land and Seascape, and Rufiji Delta).

The main objective of the initiative is to address the drivers to loss of wetlands and their biodiversity in Eastern Africa by putting in place enabling conditions for integrated wetland management solutions at landscape and ecoregional scales.

The initiative will a) make knowledge and data accessible b) strengthen and increase the capacity of stakeholders for wetland management and biodiversity conservation c) develop and implement integrated landscape regeneration and livelihood enhancement strategies and d) support the development of ecoregion management plans and strategies. This consultancy therefore, will produce a Gender Action Plan (GAP) that will enable participation and engagement of both women and men in all these four outcomes of the project.

2      Objective of the Assignment

The Source to Sea Initiative recognizes gender integration as a strategy to accelerate women’s socio-economic empowerment, achievement of project objectives and to maximize its impact. Under these, overarching program goals, Source to Sea intends to develop a Gender Action Plan (GAP) to ensure the Initiative effectively integrates gender considerations into every aspect of project planning, execution, and monitoring and evaluation.

In this regard, Wetlands International is seeking a competent and qualified consultant to undertake a gender analysis and develop a GAP.

The overall objective of the Gender Action Plan is to build the understanding on the issue of gender in the Source to Sea Initiative as well as to provide a framework for action, monitoring and accountability.

The Consultant will enable the achievement of this objective by undertaking the following tasks:

  • Carry out a Gender analysis with a gender and social impact assessment. The result of this will be a list of identified gender-gaps in relation to the Source to Sea project Outcomes.
  • Prioritize the gaps identified. This will be guided by agency of the issue, access to financial resources, time, and relevance in the context of the Source to Sea Initiative.
  • Engage stakeholders on the list of prioritized gender-gaps. This process will be participatory and should enable stakeholders to formulate a vision of a gender-responsive action plan.
  • Identify and document risks and mitigation measures to deal with any potential negative impacts.
  • Develop gender-responsive priority action areas, short and long-term time-bound targets and outputs, that is, clear statements on what we want to achieve until when, how we want to do this in relation to the objective of Source to Sea, who will be responsible, and how much human and financial resources we will allocate.
  • Develop a Framework Gender Action Plan for Source to Sea.
  • Present the Gender Action Plan to key stakeholders for validation and adoption.

3       Scope and Deliverables

 This consultancy will cover two Ecoregions with 4 Landscapes and will produce the following deliverables:

  1. An inception report (maximum 5 pages) outlining the approach/methodology and work plan. This report shall be submitted for review and approval by the programme team;
  2. Data collection tools/procedures – submitted with the inception report for review and approval by the programme team;
  3. A list of identified gender gaps;
  4. Presentation of the draft Gender Action Plan to key stakeholders for validation and adoption;
  5. Final report that compiles key issues identified from stakeholders’ workshop (include at least 10 high quality photos).

4       Location

This assignment will be done in the Rift Valley Lakes Ecoregion and the East African Mangrove Ecoregion.

5      Timeframe

The duration of this assignment is not more than 21 working days starting from 11 May 2022.

6       Qualifications

  • At least a Master’s degree in the field of Natural Resource Management, Environmental Conservation, Environmental Science or related fields.
  • At least 5 years of practical experience in undertaking consultancies relevant to gender mainstreaming in the field of environment and natural resource management.
  • Experience in implementing a project/s with a Gender Action Plan/s in the field of environment, natural resource management or environmental conservation will be an added advantage.
  • Highly refined analytical, problem-solving and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge of the two ecoregions context and experience working with communities and other stakeholders in wetland management.
  • Fluent spoken and written English.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills with proven abilities to compile views of different stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated skills in using participatory tools and methodology.

7        Mode of Application

Applications with copies of CVs, testimonials and samples of previous work should be submitted on or before 2 May 2022 via email to [email protected]  and copied to [email protected] and [email protected] quoting vacancy number HR/S2S/29042022 in the subject.

All applications should include the following:

i. Letter of expression of interest (maximum 1 page)

ii. Technical proposal (maximum 8 pages): This should include, at a minimum:

  • Consultant’s profile with particular emphasis on previous experience in similar research in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania (or other countries in the region).
  • Description of the proposed approach and methodology with clear justifications, understanding of the ToR and tasks to be
  • Proposed workplan including the expected level of effort and number of working days in a tabular
  • Key sections of the gender action plan: The Gender Action Plan should contain key sections that enable Source to Sea team members, particularly those not familiar with the local social and gender environment, to understand the gender constraints in the eco-region and potential interventions to address those constraints.
  • Business case and approach: The business case is expected to highlight how women are critical stakeholders in the protection and sustainable management of wetlands and biodiversity conservation and should be meaningfully included in all project outcomes.
  • Eco-regional and country background: The action plan will include a discussion of the current state of gender equality and women empowerment in Natural Resource Management (NRM), wetlands and biodiversity conservation within the Rift Valley eco-region and within the target countries.

iii. Financial proposal which should:

  • Be clear and output-based, highlighting key performance measures, while demonstrating value for money.
  • Be inclusive of all costs required to render the services and achieve the deliverables of this ToR, including but not limited to: consultancy fees, travel and accommodation
  • Detailed outline of costs per output, with any financial risk
  • Currency used should be United States Dollars and should be inclusive of all relevant taxes.

iv. Evaluation

Wetlands International will evaluate the applications according to its Procurement Guidelines and will only contact successful candidates.

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Project Officer (Eastern Africa Wetland Initiative) – Re-advertisement

Countries: Kenya

Duty Station: Turkana

Reporting to: Project Manager

Type of contract: Initial contract for one year with possibility of extension

Expected start date: January 2022

Background

Wetlands International is a global network organisation with 20 offices that share the name and brand ‘Wetlands International’ and implement a joint ‘Strategic Intent’. The organisation has its global office in Ede-Wageningen (Netherlands). Wetlands International works globally, regionally and nationally toward the conservation and wise use of wetlands to benefit biodiversity and human well-being. It is the only global NGO dedicated to the conservation and wise use of wetlands.

In the Eastern Africa region, Wetlands International operates in Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and South Sudan.  Operations are expanding and are expected to continue to grow in the coming years. Wetlands International Eastern Africa office has responsibility for: sub-regional partnerships; communications; network development and nurturing; resources development; programme and project development, execution and reporting; human resources management; and country operations.

Wetlands International Eastern Africa is seeking a Project Officer in the Eastern Africa Wetland Initiative which will be implemented for 3 years (2021 to 2024). The proposed initiative will address the drivers to loss of wetlands and their biodiversity in Eastern Africa by putting in place enabling conditions for integrated wetland management solutions at landscape and Eco regional scales. The aim of the Initiative is that government agencies, civil society and community groups jointly safeguard and restore wetlands of the Rift Valley (Omo-Turkana basin and Ziway-Shalla sub-basin) and Mangrove eco-regions (Turkana land and seascape and Rufiji Delta). The project has 4 major components: Knowledge Generation; Capacity Building and Institutional Development; Actions on the Ground; and Policy Mainstreaming. The project will work with different Wetlands International offices, and with partners at national, regional and global levels.

Under direct supervision of the Project Manager, the Project Officer will be responsible for day to day programmatic and administrative support of project activities implementation at site level.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Responsible for coordinating all project activities in Turkana in line with set work plans/ action plans
  • Manage day-to-day site operations of the project, which include effective administration and tracking of project finances, project workplan, project monitoring and evaluation;
  • Coordinate field activities in consultation with the Project Manager for smooth implementation of activities
  • Provide appropriate field guidance and technical support in project planning, monitoring and evaluation;
  • Leads in the assessments and reporting of progress, outcomes and impacts against project implementation and work plans/action plans including quality assurance and conservation innovations.
  • Ensures compliance of programme development and implementation with Wetlands International standards and government policies as appropriate.
  • Prepares and presents periodic technical reports on the progress of implementation of project activities including timely donor reporting in the designated area.
  • Promotes partnership development with other CSOs in the landscape
  • Undertake public awareness about the EAWI Project at site level
  • Perform any other duties as may be assigned by the Project Manager

 

Required qualifications

Education

A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Environmental Sciences, Natural Resources Management, or a related field.

Professional Experience

  • Minimum of 5 years technical experience in related positions ( Natural Resource Management, Ecosystem/Wetlands Conservation, Integrated Water Resources Management);
  • Significant experience working with wetlands, freshwater and/ or landscapes management and strong knowledge of conservation challenges in marine and coastal environments in the East Africa region.
  • Understanding of multi-level Institutional arrangement and networks in Kenya and Turkana region (including government agencies, CSOs, the private sector and the donor community);
  • Proven experience in supporting and spearheading capacity building of varying stakeholders including catchment level organisations in development of catchment management plans and wetlands management plans.
  • Knowledge of climate change vulnerability and risks in wetlands as well as an understanding of climate change adaptation and Ecosystems Management principles and approaches in wetland ecosystems;
  • Experience in supporting the identification and implementation of eco-based livelihoods and providing training on enterprise development
  • Proven experience of project proposal development and project management;
  • Experience with International NGOs or local NGOs in a similar position has an added value.

 

Competencies/Skills

  • Ability to facilitate meetings/workshops
  • Project management skills including development of work plans, financial management, monitoring and evaluation and effective reporting
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written) with capacity to draft outputs independently and to disseminate project outputs to a broad audience;
  • Fluency in English, both written and verbal.
  • Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines
  • Proven ability to work in teams in a multi-cultural environment
  • Proficient in using office applications (MS Word/Excel/PowerPoint) and other web-based management systems.
  • Proven experience in fundraising and resource mobilisation

Offer

  • Competitive remuneration according to Wetlands International Eastern Africa standards.

Application

  • Interested candidates that meet the required qualification and experience are invited to submit their CVs and soft-copy of credentials along with an application letter to: [email protected]
  • Clearly indicate “Application for Project Officer-Turkana Position: EAWI” in the title of your mail. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Application Deadline: Applications will be received until December 27th 2021.

 

Project Manager, Eastern Africa Wetland Initiative (EAWi) – Closed

(Contingent upon contract award)

Countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania

Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

Reporting to: Director, Eastern Africa

Type of contract: Initial contract for 2 years with possibility of extension

Expected start date: 1st June 2021

Background

Wetlands International is a global network organisation with 20 offices that share the name and brand ‘Wetlands International’ and implement a joint ‘Strategic Intent’. The organisation has its global office in Ede-Wageningen (Netherlands). Wetlands International works globally, regionally and nationally toward the conservation and wise use of wetlands to benefit biodiversity and human well-being. It is the only global NGO dedicated to the conservation and wise use of wetlands.

Wetlands International in the Eastern Africa region currently has operations in Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and South Sudan.  Operations are expanding and are expected to continue to grow in the coming years. Wetlands International Eastern Africa office has responsibility for: sub-regional partnerships; communications; network development and nurturing; resources development; programme and project development, execution and reporting; human resources management; and country operations.

Wetlands International Eastern Africa is seeking a Project Manager for the Eastern African Wetland Initiative (EAWi) which will be implemented for 3 years (2021 to 2024). The aim of the Initiative is that government agencies, civil society and community groups jointly safeguard and restore wetlands of the Rift Valley and Mangrove eco-regions. The project has 4 major components: Knowledge Generation; Capacity Building and Institutional Development; Actions on the Ground; and Policy. The project will work with different Wetlands International offices with partners at national, regional and global level.

The Project Manager will take a holistic view of the EAWi in the two eco-regions and be responsible for the development, implementation and reporting for the project. The successful candidate will therefore be an experienced manager of complex international and cross-sector programmes/ projects in the field of natural resources management, environment, sustainable development or agriculture. The candidate will be an excellent communicator driven by results in environmental conservation and sustainable development, with an ability to connect science, policy and practice. The Project Manager will work closely with two Eco-region Leads.

This position is contingent upon the successful award of this contract

Responsibilities:

  1. Manage and coordinate day-to-day activities related to the project:
  • guide project implementation;
  • ensure appropriate reporting format, quality and content and timely delivery of reports to donors, partners and other stakeholders; ensure coherence between technical and financial reporting;
  • establish effective monitoring, information sharing and reporting systems;
  • facilitate and coordinate the EAWi partnership;
  • ensure effective communication and coordination between all country and field offices;
  1. Guide and facilitate strategies and measures to achieve uptake of project findings into policy and strategic planning processes across countries and eco-regions;
  2. Ensure linkage of the EAWi to ongoing and new initiatives within and outside the organisation and to two-way learning;
  3. Facilitate proactive changes to strategic plans to take account of emerging opportunities and risks;
  4. Promote cross-regional collaboration and learning opportunities;
  5. Perform other tasks reasonably related to his or her work as assigned by the Regional Director;
  6. Ensure development and extension of EAWi through resource development; works closely with other staff in writing proposals, meeting with existing and potential donors;
  7. Carry out other relevant task assigned by and mutually agreed with the line manager.

 

Required qualifications

 Education

An Advanced University Degree (Masters) in the field of Natural Resources Management, Conservation, Environmental Sciences or other related fields.

Professional Experience

  • At least 8 to 10 years experience in developing and implementing complex, large scale programmes/ projects in a field relevant to sustainable development, environment and natural resource management;
  • Proven track record of managing donor funded programmes/projects, budget management, reporting and resource mobilisation;
  • Extensive experience in negotiating, influencing and communicating with donors, multi-level counterparts and relevant stakeholders;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in aligning strategy and approaches to achieve results and maximise impact;
  • Ability to work independently as part of multi-cultural teams in an international environment;
  • Proven track record in a senior management position in the NGO sector in Eastern Africa;

Competencies/Skills

  • Strong leadership skills and demonstrated ability in team management and collaboration;
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills; good command of Amharic and/or Swahili an added advantage
  • Very good analysis and reporting methods and techniques

Offer

  • Competitive remuneration according to Wetlands International Eastern Africa standards

Application

  • Interested candidates that meet the required qualification and experience are invited to submit their CVs and soft-copy of credentials along with an application letter to: [email protected]
  • Clearly indicate “Application for Project Manager: EAWi” in the title of your mail. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

Application Deadline:

Applications will be received until April 30th 2021

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Consultancy: Market and Value Chain Study – Closed

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Project Title: Strengthening Marine Protected Areas Management in Rufiji, Mafia and Kilwa District in Tanzania

Location: Rufiji Delta, Tanzania

Duration: 30 days

Reports to: Programme Coordinator

Objective: Conduct a market and value chain study on major mangrove and non-mangrove product livelihood diversification in Rufiji Delta, Tanzania

Vacancy No: HR/BAF/01032021

1     Background

Wetlands International is a global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands. This is accomplished through the implementation of landscape approach towards conservation, connecting technical knowledge, policy dialogue and action on the ground, and catalysing the activities of diverse actors working towards empowering the communities we work with.

With financial support from the Blue Action Fund, Wetlands International Eastern Africa is implementing a project on ‘Strengthening Marine Protected Areas Management in Rufiji, Mafia and Kilwa District in Tanzania’.

The main objective of the programme is to support long-term conservation of ecological integrity, resilience and biological productivity of the Rufiji – Mafia – Kilwa (RUMAKI) Seascape as an internationally important biodiversity hotspot supporting the livelihoods of natural resource dependent communities. This is achieved under four work packages: Work Package 1: The Mafia Island Marine Park; Work Package 2: Rufij-Mafia-Kilwa Man & Biosphere Reserve; Work Package 3: Collaborative Fisheries Management Areas; and Work Package 4: Rufiji Delta Mangrove Forest Reserve. This consultancy assignment is part of Work Package 4.

The programme works with mangrove adjacent community groups as well as Village Natural Resources Committees (VNRCs) which is the principal body concerned with the management of the Village Forest Management Area in Tanzania. Together, several sustainable livelihood activities have been identified for support towards income diversification. These include apiculture, chicken rearing, tie and dye, artisanal fisheries and basketry. In this phase, the programme intends to support productivity, as well as enhance processing, value addition and marketing of these, as well as other mangrove and non-mangrove related products.

2      Objective of the Assignment

Wetlands International is seeking a competent and qualified consultant to conduct a market and value chain study on major mangrove and non-mangrove product livelihood diversification in Rufiji Delta, Tanzania.

Specifically, the study will:

  1. Examine the production and marketing of the key mangrove and non-mangrove products in Rufiji Delta and provide recommendations on how to strengthen the sub-sectors for enhanced productivity and income diversification;
  2. Identify the primary actors, their numbers, key functions and entry points, the supply chain, operational challenges and potential interventions;
  3. Analyse and indicate price changes along the value chain, as well as the margins, market share, sub-products and transactions along the value chain; and
  4. Identify constraints that limit market expansion and opportunities for improvement and expansion;
  5. Evaluate social aspects that may be barriers or opportunities for transformation such as participation and governance issues; and
  6. Suggest improvements in the value chain system to ensure direct linkages of the community groups with markets and increased income from their products.

3.    Scope and Deliverables

The consultancy will cover 6 villages in Kibiti District with a focus on the Rufiji Delta with the following deliverables:

  • An inception report (maximum 5 pages) outlining the approach/methodology and work plan. This report shall be submitted for review and approval by the programme team;
  • Data collection tools/procedures – submitted with the inception report for review and approval by the programme team;
  • Draft report with key findings and recommendations;
  • Present preliminary findings in a stakeholder validation workshop to share and collect; and
  • Present final report compiling key issues identified from stakeholder workshop (include at least 10 high quality photos from the field assessments).

4.     Timeframe

The duration of this assignment is not more than 30 working days starting from 1 May, 2021. The engagement will be distributed to feature the various deliverables highlighted in section 3.0

5.      Qualifications

  • At least a Master’s degree in Agricultural or Forest Economics, or social science.
  • At least 10 years of practical experience in the field of agriculture, forestry and rural development.
  • Experience in the development of enterprise support institutions with good understanding of local value chain development and market analysis.
  • Highly refined analytical, problem-solving and organisational skills.
  • Knowledge of the Tanzanian context and experience working with Coastal communities.
  • Fluent spoken and written English and Swahili.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills with proven abilities to compile views of different partners.
  • Demonstrated skills in using participatory tools and methodology.

6.     Mode of Application

Applications with copies of CVs, testimonials and samples of previous work should be submitted on or before 16 April, 2021 via email to [email protected] quoting vacancy number HR/BAF/01032021 in the subject.

All applications should include the following:

  1. Letter of expression of interest (maximum 1 page)
  2. Technical proposal (maximum 8 pages): This should include, at a minimum:
  • Consultant’s profile with particular emphasis on previous experience in similar research in Tanzania (or other countries in the region)
  • Description of the proposed approach and methodology with clear justifications, understanding of the ToR and tasks to be accomplished
  • Proposed workplan including the expected level of effort and number of working days in a tabular form

3.    Financial proposal which should:

  • Be clear and output based, highlighting key performance measures, while demonstrating value for money.
  • Be inclusive of all costs required to render the services and achieve the deliverables of this ToR, including but not limited to: consultancy fees, travel and accommodation costs.
  • Detailed outline of costs per output, with any financial risk highlighted.
  • Currency used should be Tanzanian Shillings and should be inclusive of all relevant taxes.

4.    Copy of Tax Identification Number (TIN)

Evaluation will be done according to Wetlands International’s Procurement Guidelines and only successful applicants will be contacted.

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Consultancy: Monitoring and Evaluation Training – Closed

Project Title: Mangrove Capital Africa

Location: Tanzania

Duration: 15 days

Reports to: Programme Coordinator

Objective: Facilitate a Monitoring and Evaluation Training

Vacancy No: HR/MCA/02032021

1.     Background

Wetlands International is a global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands. This is accomplished through the implementation of landscape approaches towards conservation, connecting technical knowledge, policy dialogue and action on the ground, and catalysing the activities of diverse actors working towards empowering the communities we work with.

With financial support from DOB Ecology, Wetlands International is implementing Mangrove Capital Africa, which is a continental programme with the vision to conserve and restore 1 million hectares of mangroves, to the benefit of nature and 2 million people in Africa. In Eastern Africa, the programme is implemented in Rufiji Delta, Tanzania.

The ambitious targets set by the programme can only be achieved through a strategic approach that entails long term planning, thorough problem analysis from site level to continental level, working with a variety of partners, and innovative financing.

Now in the fourth year of implementation, one of the fundamental questions is how to make the most of the interventions carried out in order to achieve the expected objectives. Monitoring and Evaluation is recognised as an instrument for the efficient and effective management of programme implementation processes, and is a means of supporting the programme team’s continuous learning. This instrument should be integrated into the organisational procedures of the programme. As a response, Wetlands International is seeking a qualified consultant to facilitate a training on Monitoring and Evaluation for its staff.

2.     Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) training is to provide an informative learning event where staff can:

  1. Improve their understanding of M&E concepts, enabling them to manage and participate in the assessment of programme performance;
  2. Reflect on the harmonisation of evaluation methods and processes in the programme;
  3. Define actions and work for the organisation of the monitoring and evaluation function; and
  4. Create a shared understanding of how to measure impact through use of practical approaches to improve the use of M&E data in programmes decision making.

3.    Target group

Wetlands International staff in Tanzania

4.     Scope of work

The consultant will be responsible for the following:

  1. Lead and provide expert input on workshop sessions in M&E.
  2. To facilitate in the design, preparation and facilitation of the breakout meetings and focus group discussions, etc.
  3. To facilitate the drafting of workshop agenda to ensure the accomplishment of the overall objectives.
  4. To continuously gauge and solicit feedback from participants formally and informally.
  5. To assist in detailed feedback and edit draft workshop report, including lessons learnt and outputs.
  6. To provide advice and perform other tasks as required to support the workshop

5.     Main deliverables

The consultant is expected to provide the following deliverables:

  1. Pre-training: Draft, submit, revise (if necessary), and finalise the design, substantive material and method of the training including pre-and post-training questionnaire;
  2. Facilitating the workshop.
  3. Post-training: Following up from the workshop (with Wetlands International) and recording the conclusions including Action Plans.

6.     Outputs

  1. Workshop Programme based on participatory methodology
  2. Detailed guidelines and expectations for all participants
  3. Successful facilitation of the workshop
  4. Technical advice and support to participants during the workshop
  5. Detailed feedback on the whole workshop final report

7.    Timeframe

The full task is expected to take a total of 15 working days in May 2021

8.     Qualifications

  1. Education: University degree (statistics, Environment, social sciences, development economics or a related discipline);
  2. Minimum Seven (7) years of experience in Monitoring & Evaluation in the Development / Environment and Conservation sector of which at least two (2) years at the coordination level;
  3. Proven technical skills in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning, including experience with complex programmes and experience in collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative data;
  4. Strong skills in developing monitoring plans, data collection, information management, use of databases, analysis and performance monitoring;
  5. Excellent facilitation skills;
  6. Strong planning, organisational and interpersonal skills;
  7. Must be fluent in English

9.    Travel

The consultant to take on this task is expected to be in Dar es Salaam for the duration of the workshop. Pre-workshop consultations with relevant stakeholders will be conducted by either in person, email or via calls.

10.   How to apply

Applications with copies of CVs and testimonials should be submitted on, or before 12 April 2021 via email to [email protected] quoting vacancy number HR/MCA/02032021 in the subject.

All applications should include the following:

a) Letter of expression of interest

b) Technical proposal: This should include, at a minimum:

  • Consultants’ profile with particular emphasis on previous experience on similar trainings in Tanzania (or other countries in the region)
  • Description of the proposed training approach and methodology, including understanding of the ToR and the tasks to be accomplished
  • Proposed work plan including the expected level of effort and number of working days.

c) Financial proposal which should:

  • Be clear and demonstrate outputs
  • Be inclusive of all costs required to render the services and achieve the deliverable of this ToR, including but not limited to; consultancy feeds, travel and accommodation costs.

d) Copy of Tax Identification Number (TIN)

Evaluation will be done according to Wetlands International’s procurement guidelines and only successful applicants will be contacted.

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