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Lessons Learned and Best Practices Consultancy
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Office :UNDP Country Office - PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Deadline :13-Sep-19
Posted on :29-Aug-19
Reference Number :58836
Link to Atlas Project :
00062283 - PIMS3936 BD FSP Community Forest Conservation
Documents :
Terms of reference
IC Offerors letter confirming interest and availability
Overview :

     The Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through the Global Environment Facility funding support has been implementing the Community based Forest and Coastal Conservation and Resource management Project, targeted at New Britain and Owen Stanley Ranges. On the 6th of July 2017, the East and West New Britain Provincial Administrations signed separate Memorandum of Agreements with CEPA to support the implementation of the Community-based Forest and Coastal Conservation Management Project. The MoAs comes with commitment for funding support from the Provincial Administrations to support the sustainability of conservation programmes beyond the term of the project. The aim of the project is to support the communities for protected area development and sustainable livelihood programs, and to support the capacity of communities for protected area management beyond the term of CbFCCRM Project.



Scope of Work

  • To document the lessons learned and experiences of implementing the CbFCCRM Project supported sites on New Britain Island
  • To identify capacity development programs for community champions and volunteers to manage protected areas in the long term
  • To identify linkage between the protected area communities and the provincial administrations for supporting sustainability of the protected areas

Submission Instructions

Incomplete proposals and failure to comply with proposal submission instruction will not be considered or will result in disqualification of proposal.

Completed proposals should be submitted via email , no later than 13th September 2019.