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Description of the Assignment:
This Project aims to build on the positive outcomes of a successful integrated programme for the empowerment of indigenous peoples and the sustainable development of ancestral domains. The latter was supported by MFAT and implemented by UNDP and National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) activity, was pivotal in the finalisation of Ancestral Domain for Sustainable Development and Protection Plans (ADSDPPs), which institutionalised inclusive development planning of Indigenous peoples and their ancestral lands.
Gender equality and women’s empowerment is a key priority for MFAT’s international development cooperation and has been identified in the Ministry’s Gender Action Plan (GAP). It also fits with MFAT’s wider focus on human rights from a foreign policy perspective.
Period of assignment/services 25-person day
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