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Vetted Roster Update-National Consultants Climate Change and Resilience
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Deadline :15-Feb-23 @ 09:00 AM (New York time)
Published on :09-Dec-22 @ 12:00 AM (New York time)
Development Area :OTHER  OTHER
Reference Number :UNDP-ETH-00015
Contact :GA -

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Introduction : Country:  Kenya
Description of the Assignment:   Vetted Roster for Technical Experts of Climate Change and Resilience thematic area
Duration of Initial Contract: Various from a few days to several months 
Duty Station: Within Kenya and sub-Saharan Africa Region and possibly other regional and global centers of UNDP

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Kenya Country office  is currently setting up a National Roster on Climate Change and Resilience thematic area in Support of advisory and Capacity-building Services to UNDP Kenya Country office  Projects and Programmes within Kenya and  Africa Region In consideration of your qualifications, we are hereby inviting you to submit your applications for inclusion in a Vetted Roster of External Experts. This process enables qualified candidates to be included into UNDP RSCA vetted Expert Roster
To be considered for inclusion in the roster, applications would need to have expertise in one or more of the following areas of expertise:

1. Natural Resource Management:
  • Ecosystem management;
  • Biodiversity conservation;
  • Protection of Wildlife protection;
  • Sustainable land management;
  • Forestry conservation and management;
  • Water resource management;
  • Coastal and marine resources management.
2. Chemicals Management:
  • Management and control of ozone-depleting substances (ODS);
  • Management and control of persistent organic pollutants (POPS);
  • Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM).
  • Management and control of mercury
3.  Environmental Governance:
  • Environmental policies, laws and regulatory frameworks;
  • Environmental impact assessments;
  • Environmental finance and economics;
  • Environmental and social safeguards;
  • Indigenous peoples’ rights;
  • Access and benefit sharing;
  • Mainstreaming environment into development planning;
  • Regional and/or multilateral negotiations for the management of shared/trans-boundary resources.
4.   Energy:
  • Energy policies, laws, transition, and regulatory frameworks;
  • Energy efficiency (especially in buildings, appliances, and infrastructure);
  • Renewable energy technologies and systems (including solar, wind, thermal, biomass and hydropower);
  • Access to modern energy services (including on- and off-grid distributed power generation technologies, and thermal energy technologies);
  • Waste to energy technologies including circular economy (including methane capture, incineration, and anaerobic digestion);
  • Sustainable transportation (including non-motorized and public transport);
  • Sustainable cities (integrated approaches to urban energy and transport needs);
  • Financial instruments and financial modelling.
5.  Climate Change:
  • Climate change modelling and scenarios;
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions (i.e., climate change mitigation, carbon capture);
  • Climate finance instruments (including NAMAs, standardized baselines and carbon finance);
  • Monitoring, Reporting & Verification (MRV) of greenhouse gas mitigation measures;
  • Adapting to climate change, including vulnerability assessment and risk mitigation;

Additional Information::

  • This call for experts is linked with UNDP RSCA Vetted Experts Rosters 
  • The purpose of this call for experts is to add additional National Experts to the UNDP RBA Experts Roster. As a result, Candidates who have previously been vetted and maintained in the UNDP RBA Roster/s are not required to apply.
  • Due to the large number of applications, we are only able to inform the successful candidates about the outcome or status of the selection process.
Application should be submitted directly in the portal no later than indicated deadline 09-Jan-20223 :05:00

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