Posted: 26 Oct 2016
Location: Tanzania, Dar es Salaam
) Masters qualification such as M.Med or equivalent in the relevant field ofspecialization with act...
Posted: 25 Oct 2016
University Master's Degree or higher in social science with a focus on social accountability
Posted: 25 Oct 2016
Master's degree in Public Health.
Posted: 24 Oct 2016
Location: Rwanda, Kigali
Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline; in public relations, journalism, policy analysis
National consultant to support the Development of the National Violence Against Children Survey (VACS) Final Report.
Posted: 21 Oct 2016
Location: Uganda, Kampala
Advanced university degree in statistics, public health or related field and/or have proficient skil...
Posted: 07 Oct 2016 12:10
Deadline: 15 Oct 2016
Location: Africa , Uganda , Kampala
Experience: From 10 year(s)
Employer: UNDP UGANDA
About Company: UNDP is the the United Nations global development network advocating for sustainable development and inclusive economic growth.
Phone: (+256) 417-112100/301
Contact name: UNDP UGANDA
Relevant degree - 15; 10 years' experience in environment and natural resources assessment and management - 35; Proven experience in preparing natural resource management plans and should be familiar with issues of long-term financing mechanisms - 20.
A situational analysis of wetland restoration issues in the two proposed project sites Familiarize him/her with governance issues, equity issues, structure, mandates, purpose, resources and legal frameworks relevant for wetlands restoration through interaction with key institutions and partners including environment civil society. Gather relevant documents and information required for conducting restoration needs assessment Review the existing institutional frameworks to clarify and streamline the roles, mandates, responsibilities and linkages between different public institutions at central and local levels with regard to wetland restoration, Familiarize him/her with the social, economic and cultural relationships, interactions and resources that may affect effective restoration process. Provide mechanisms and incentives for the active involvement of civil society and private sector including community-based interest groups, as well as regional and international organizations; Strategies for systematically collecting detailed and relevant data for monitoring changes in the wetlands, including developing capacity for data collection in the different sectors.
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