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National Consultancy: Conducting Target Scenario Analysis for the Oil Palm sector in Liberia- Data Collection
Procurement Process :Other
Office :UNDP LIBERIA - LIBERIA
Deadline :05-Nov-18
Posted on :09-Oct-18
Development Area :AGRICULTURE GENERALAGRICULTURE
GENERAL
Reference Number :50423
Link to Atlas Projects :
00050005 - Environment and Natural Resources Management
00050005 - Environment and Natural Resources Management
00103417 - Advance the NAPs process for medium term investment plan
Documents :
Term of Reference TSA
P-11 Form
OFFEROR’S LETTER TO UNDP CONFIRMING INTEREST AND AVAILABILITY FOR THE INDIVIDUAL CONTRACTOR (IC) ASSIGNMENT
UNDP Terms & Condition
PROCUREMENT NOTICE No.–UNDP/LBR/IC/GGP-IAP/037/2018
Overview :

Extension of Deadline to submit proposal is 02 November 2018 at 5:00 pm.

Proposals should be submitted at the following address: by email to bids.lr@undp.org (Please include procurement notice number in the subject area) no later than Monday, November 5, 2018 at 5:00 PM (GTM).  

Any request for clarification must be sent by standard electronic communication to the address or e-mail indicated below: info.lr.procurement@undp.org

UNDP will respond by standard electronic mail and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all consultants.

1. Background

The UNDP-GEF project, Support to Reduced Deforestation Commodity Production also known as the GGP Production Project, is a child project under the UNDP-GEF 6 Integrated Approach Pilot (IAP) program: Taking Deforestation out of Commodity Supply Chains, known since its launch in September 2017 as the Good Growth Partnership (GGP). The GGP is advancing an integrated supply chain approach to tackling the underlying root causes of deforestation from agriculture commodities, specifically palm oil that contributes to deforestation in Liberia. This approach consists of linked projects covering production, demand, transactions, and knowledge management and learning. 

As part of an integrated, supply chain approach the Production project will create linkages and synergies to overcome barriers that pose systemic challenges to reduced deforestation commodity production across regions and commodity markets. The selected approach seeks to catalyze the development or transformation of national and sub-national systems based on some key levers: 1) dialogue, action planning, policies and enforcement, 2) farmer support systems, and 3) land use mapping and planning.