Consultancy Services to Develop an Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Plan for USAID/RDMA Mekong for Future Project in the Greater Mekong Region

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We are looking for a Consultant for the USAID-funded Mekong for the Future project activity to be based in one of the five WWF Greater Mekong country offices (Viet Nam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar).

Mekong for the Future is a three-year project that will support natural resources governance and transparency across the Greater Mekong through strengthening civil society's ability to engage in natural resource governance and improving their access to, and understanding of, environmental data from public and private sources. The project will strengthen the ability of civil society organizations in the region to coordinate their activities, improve their ability to advocate for and monitor environmental policies, increase transparency and improve their use of environmental data.

Place of work: Desk research and online interviews

Start Date: As soon as possible

Finish Date: 15th April 2021

Deliverables: A completed Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Plan (AMELP) for the USAID/RDMA Mekong for Future project in the Greater Mekong region

Detailed Terms of Reference can be found here: 

How to Apply:

Qualified and interested candidates are hereby invited to submit proposals. Proposals should contain the followings:

  • A technical proposal with

    • A brief description on proposed methodology and work plan for the assignment;

    • Curriculum vitae dedicated to the assignment, including a list of relevant experience, education background and qualifications required by the TOR.  

  • Financial proposal indicating the total quotation inclusive of all other expenses incurred and tax, and a breakdown of costs.

Application Proposals should be sent to [email protected]. Application e-mail must have the subject heading indicating [Name of Consultant] – Proposal for Tender Ref 33.21 “AMELP for the USAID/RDMA Mekong for Future” . Maximum size for electronic submission: 25MB

Deadline for Proposal Submission: February 26, 2021 -  17.00 hrs. ICT.

Only selected candidate(s) will be contacted about the outcome of their proposals.

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Fri, 2021-02-26