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The Good Growth Partnership (GGP) is a GEF-financed integrated approach pilot (IAP) programme, “Taking Deforestation out of Commodity Supply Chains” (also referred to as “the Commodities IAP”) aiming to reduce the global impacts of agricultural commodities on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and biodiversity by meeting the growing demand of palm oil, soy and beef through supply that does not lead to deforestation and related GHG emissions.
It consists of 5 child projects working across production, financing, and demand in Brazil, Indonesia, Liberia, and Paraguay (integrated supply chain approach). Working with a full range of stakeholders, from small-scale producers to national governments and global corporations, the GGP promotes a holistic approach to sustainability that encompasses entire commodity supply chains and looks at where the layers of the supply chain integrate and overlap to enhance financial incentives and demand for sustainably produced agricultural commodities. By combining forces, the Good Growth Partnership aims to provide a model of wide-scale systemic reform that capitalizes on the strengths of each partner.
The two child projects "Reducing Deforestation from Commodity Production” (Production) and “Adaptive Management and Learning for the Commodities IAP” (A&L) – both led by the UNDP Green Commodities Programme (UNDP GCP) within RH LAC – are key parts of the GGP. These projects are entering into their final phases, and in accordance with UNDP and GEF M&E policies and procedures, they are required to undergo a Terminal Evaluation (TE) at the end of the project.
The UNDP Procurement Unit kindly invites interested companies or firms to participate in the competitive process for the Good Growth Programme Terminal Evaluation.
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The procedures for the acquisition of services will be the ones indicated by the United Nations Development Program.
Interested companies should submit their proposals under reference 18290-2021 GGP Terminal Evaluation no later than March 17th, 2021 at 15:00 (UTC/GMT -5), time of the Republic of Panama.
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