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National Consultant for Development of a full-fledged Programme Document (PRODOC) for Transformational Leadership and Institutional Capacity Development Support to MoFAEAC ( RE-ADVERTISED)
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Office :UNDP Country Office - TANZANIA
Deadline :11-May-21
Posted on :09-Apr-21
Reference Number :77220
Link to Atlas Project :
00060696 - Legislature Support Project
Documents :
Overview :

Procurement Notice No.:             IC/TZA/2021/UNDP - 012

Duty Station: Dar es Salama, Tanzania (with a possibility to travel to the field).

Eligibility:  Qualified and Experienced National Expert are invited to submit their proposals ‘’Female candidates are encouraged to apply’’

Period of assignment/services:  40 working days  

Contract period: April 2021

Description of the assignment:

The Consultant will work hand in hand and in collaboration with UNDP, the MoCLA and other relevant government structures and agencies, development partners, private sector, as well as other key stakeholders to develop the programme, using the UNDP programme document template.

Description of Responsibilities (scope of the work)

The following are the expected outputs for this evaluation.

  • Conduct a situational analysis including a SWOT and similar analysis to ascertain the current development context of Tanzania in general, identify primary issues, problems and challenges that the programme should address including any barriers to development, growth and its sustainability, and providing priorities, sound recommendations and critical success factors to address the aforementioned in the programme development.
  • Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of all existing and past policies, plans, frameworks, studies and reports that have been used to guide socio-economic transformation in Tanzania in relation to natural wealth resources management.

Separate technical and financial proposals detailing understanding of the TOR, methodology and work plan should be submitted through:   not later than Tuesday , 11th May 2021 at 10:00 am (Local Time)