|Procurement Process :||RFP – Request for proposal|
|Office :||UNDP Country Office – VIET NAM|
|Posted on :||17-Sep-18|
|Development Area :||CONSULTANTS|
|Reference Number :||49901|
|Link to Atlas Project :
|Overview :Dear potential bidder, UNDP Vietnam is seeking for 02 National Consultants (1 team Leader, 1 team member) for Editing selected project deliverable and materials for publication.
The project “Conservation of Critical Wetland Protected Areas and Linked Landscapes’ (Wetland Project) is a four- year project (2015-2018) funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through UNDP. The project’s immediate objective is to provide support to the Government of Viet Nam in establishing new wetland Protected Areas, and strengthen systemic, institutional and organizational capacity for the effective management of wetlands to mitigate existing and emerging threats to biodiversity from connected landscapes.
The project document was approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Viet Nam (MONRE) in Decision No. 837/QD-BTNMT dated April 13, 2015. The Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE) is the project’s National Implementation Partner while the Biodiversity Conservation Agency (BCA) is the Co-Implementing Partner.
The project is looking for the consultant team with writing and working experiences in environment/biodiversity field to edit deliverables of some key project activities and selected Ramsar handbooks for publication and distributing to government officers at central & local level in support of enhancing their knowledge and skills in wetland management.
Interested candidates are kindly requested to send hard copies of your CVs with signatures and related documents and indicates specific positions that they apply for (Team leader, consultant 1) to the following address:
Ms. Tran Thi Kim Tinh
Wetland Project Component Management Unit
R.201, 10 Ton That Thuyet str., Cau Giay District, Hanoi
Telephone: 04 3 7956868 (Ext. 3111)
Deadline for submissions: 10.00, Saturday 22 September 2018 (Ha Noi time, working hour)