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To apply, kindly read the procurement notice, attach the following documents and submit through the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- CV with at least three references;
- Technical proposal (to showcase requested experience and competencies); and
- Financial proposal as in the attached template.
no later than 4 July 2022 with subject" "Deliverable Based Ecosystems Based Management International Expert "
Any request for clarification must be sent in writing, to the above e-mail address. The procuring UNDP entity will respond in writing or by standard electronic mail and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all consultants.
The Mediterranean Forum for Applied Ecosystem-Based Management (MED4EBM) initiative is a partnership project funded by the ENI CBC MED Programme 2014-2020, under the Thematic Objective B.4 (Environmental protection, climate change adaptation and mitigation) and Thematic Priority B.4.4 (Incorporate the Ecosystem-Based management approach to ICZM into local development planning). MED4EBM Project’s duration is three years, and the project partnership spans four countries: Italy, Jordan, Lebanon and Tunisia.
The Project aims at enhancing capacities of stakeholders and institutional actors involved in the management of coastal and marine areas, and at establishing a cooperation and coordination platform for effective implementation of Ecosystem Based Integrated Coastal Zone Management (EB ICZM). Governments and other ICZM stakeholders can use this platform to take informed decisions on planning and managing coastal resources and achieve effective coordination on the ground.
MED4EBM Project introduces innovative software tool to tackle ICZM complex issues and allow handling EB ICZM multi-stakeholders analytical processes through a straight-forward path, providing analytical methods based on special analysis of ecological and socio-economic attributes. These methods help the planning entities and relevant stakeholders to identify and quantitatively assesses the relationships between ecosystem components, functions and services, along with the associated human activities, toward the establishing a multi-stakeholders ICZM scheme. The software package enables the analysis of spatial and tabular datasets, and the compilation of data-aware advanced reports, via a multi-windows interface which facilitates the browsing of large datasets through an ecosystem-based logical mapping framework.
The project has established an Ecosystem Based ICZM Decision Support System (EB ICZM DSS) in each of the four Project’s Target Areas. These EB-ICZM-DSSs are being regularly fed with relevant data based on identified indicators to support systemic, indicator-based, and participatory analysis for developing EB-ICZM Governance Protocols (EB-ICZM-GP). Technical and methodological references on the above-mentioned methods and tools, as well as on the activities to develop EB-ICZM-DSSs and EB-ICZM-GPs are illustrated in detail in the document titled MED4EBM: Technical and methodological references and operational framework for the execution of WP3 and WP4; available for consultation on the MED4EBM website, under the section Library/Documents at the following link: www.enicbcmed.eu/projects/med4ebm.
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