News RECRUITMENT OF 5 NATIONAL CONSULTANTS ON BEHALF OF THE PROJECT

The Global Environment Facility has approved for its fifth operational phase (GEF 5: 2010-2014) the project entitled "Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation of Critical Habitat for Biodiversity Integration and Effective Management Of Protected Areas in the South-West region of Cameroon for the next four (4) years aims to strengthen and expand the Protected Areas network and integrate biodiversity conservation into the Bakossi-Banyang-Mbo landscape.

Concerned URL https://www.gef-cameroon.org/
Source GEF Cameroon
Release date 13/07/2017
Contributor Administrateur Sites Cameroun
Geographical coverage Cameroun,
Keywords conservation, biodiversité

REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN  

                                                                

REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

Paix-Travail-Patrie

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Peace-Work-Fatherland

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Ministère de l’Environnement, de la Protection

de la Nature et du Développement durable

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Ministry of Environment, Protection of

Nature and Sustainable Development

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Secrétariat Général

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Secretariat General

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Division des Etudes, des Projets et de la Coopération

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Department of Studies, Projects and Cooperation

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Cellule des Etudes et de la Prospective

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Studies and Prospective Unit

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Point Focal Opérationnel du FEM

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GEF Operational Focal Point

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Projet SUFACHAC

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SUFACHAC Project

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CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

No___0017__/CFEI/MINEPDED/SG/DEPC/CEP/GEF-OFP/SUFACHAC

RELATED TO THE RECRUITMENT OF 5 NATIONAL CONSULTANTS ON BEHALF OF THE PROJECT

 

"Sustainable farming and critical habitat conservation to achieve biodiversity mainstreaming and protected areas management effectiveness in Western Cameroon - SUFACHAC"

 

FUNDING: Global Environment Facility (GEF)

 

The Global Environment Facility has approved for its fifth operational phase (GEF 5: 2010-2014) the project entitled "Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation of Critical Habitat for Biodiversity Integration and Effective Management Of Protected Areas in the South-West region of Cameroon for the next four (4) years aims to strengthen and expand the Protected Areas network and integrate biodiversity conservation into the Bakossi-Banyang-Mbo landscape.

 

The project will be implemented under the supervision of the UN-Environment (former UNEP) and in close collaboration with key government institutions, co-financier, civil society organizations, community-based organizations and the private sector. This project has benefited a co funding from GEF to the tune of US $ 1,716,895 and an overall co-financing to a total  amount  6,122,840 US $  . This funding will help promote the conservation and integration of biodiversity in the Bakossi-Banyang-Mbo landscape and production through sustainable agricultural practices to improve livelihoods in the community and provide more commercial opportunities.

  

This process will contribute to improved efficiency in the management of protected area systems, integration of biodiversity conservation in the various land-use options, including agriculture, mining, forestry, production and promote an integrated approach to the management at the level of the landscape, through the development and implementation of an interactive land use plan. This project will equally help to strengthen or develop a supportive policy in environment and knowledge creation for the implementation of the interactive land use plan and to manage changes in ecosystems that could result from immediate and ultimate causes.

  

These objectives will be achieved through the following three components:

 

Component 1: Conservation of critical wildlife habitat through the creation or strengthening of Protected Areas of high conservation value;

Component 2: Sustainable agricultural practices and promotion of "livelihoods of communities and conservation of biodiversity through an Integrated Environmental and Social Management Plan;

Component 3: Knowledge management, monitoring and evaluation.

  

In the Budgeted annual work plan of 2017 for the SUFACHAC project, the Government of the Republic of Cameroon through the Ministry of the Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development is recruiting six qualified national experts to carry out the following:

 

Consultant 1: To Support the designing, development and management of the portal web site for project information sharing.

Consultant 2: To review the PSMNR approach to collaborative management and conservation incentives.

Consultant 3: To review and identify environmental and social impact assessment (ESIAs)/ environmental and social management plans (ESMPs) best practices for development projects in protected areas (pa) gazettement processes

Consultant 4: To review the technical operation units (TOUs) management experiences in Cameroon and complementary situation analysis studies for the BBML TOU creation.

Consultant 5: To Identify key beneficiaries and their needs for effective management of BBML Protected Areas.

The Minister of the Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development invites all interested persons to express their interest by providing the information demonstrating that they are competent to carry out the above mentioned consultation (qualifications, experience in similar positions, Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter, Contracts, Various Documentation, etc.).

  

The terms of reference for this consultation are available on the GEF Cameroon website at www.gef-cameroon.org. or the Ministry of the Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development at www.minep.gov.cm.

  

Interested persons can obtain further information every working day from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm local time at the address below:

National Direction of the SUFACHAC project

Located on the 6th floor of the Ministerial Building No. 2, Door 619.

Tel: (237) 679 26 28 72, 673 932 373

 

Email: sufachacproject@gef-cameroon.org  with copies to:

-         Justin.nantchou@gef-cameroon.org

-         Jhmoudingo.sufachac@gef-cameroon.org

-         earrah.sufachac@gef-cameroon.org 

-         vjouoguep.sufachac@gef-cameroon.org  

Interested persons can also obtain ToR by following the link below

AMI 5 consultations sufachac.pdf

Call for interest for 5 consultants SUFACHAC .pdf

ToR CMCI PSMNR.pdf

ToR Key beneficiaries indetified.pdf

ToR Stocktaking TOU.pdf

ToR support web site sufachac.pdf

ToR_Identify best ESIA.pdf

 

  

Expressions of interest must be submitted in four (04) duplicates including one (01) original and three (03) duplicates  at the above address by no later than the …..31st july 2017………., at …15h30….., and labeled as follow:

  

“CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

No___0017______/CFEI/MINEPDED/SG/DEPC/CEP/GEF-OFP/SUFACHAC

RELATED TO THE RECRUITMENT OF A CONSULTANT TO SHARE AND REVIEW FINDINGS AND GUIDELINES OF THE BEST PRACTICES WITH PSMNR PARTNERS AND KEY MINISTRIES FOR INTERGRATION INTO PSMNR POLICY THROUGH A VALIDATION WORKSHOP 

 

"Sustainable farming and critical habitat conservation to achieve biodiversity mainstreaming and protected areas management effectiveness in Western Cameroon - SUFACHAC"

  

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