Service Provider for Conducting Scientific Baseline study
WWF Tanzania Country Office (TCO) has been implementing its strategic plan for the past two years now from 2016 to 2020. The goal of the strategic plan is to ensure that by 2030, Tanzania’s outstanding and globally significant natural wealth and biodiversity are sustained, and support equitable and gender-sensitive local livelihoods and national economic development for present and future generations. The two years of strategic plan implementation have made substantial investment in conserving and managing the natural resources conservation in priority sites in Tanzania by working in partnership with key partners including the Government of Tanzania, Civil Society Organizations, NGO’s and private sector.
Following the two years of implementation of TCO CSP and the developments in WWF Network’s strategies, WWF Tanzania is thus seeking to engage a consultant to conduct a mid-term review of its strategic plan order to inform on any changes required for improving its delivery. The process should involve a review of relevance and quality of the design, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, sustainability and adaptive capacity of the plan. The focus of this review should also be on status of implementation in order to determine areas where strategies have worked well and where further adjustment is needed. It should also narrow the focus of the strategy on fewer priorities that TCO can effectively deliver impactful conservation work in Tanzania. The strategy delivery model should also be examined with the aim of improving efficiencies on implementation in field projects.
Applicant Requirements: At least Masters’ degrees in relevant discipline, Business Administration, natural resources management, Social science, programme and projects management etc. (having PhD will be an added advantage), Extensive Knowledge and experience in research, programme design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, with emphasis on both accountability and learning; At least 10 years’ experience in strategic planning and evaluations, including strong familiarity with deliberative approaches and methodologies; Good familiarity with the conservation issues and challenges in Tanzania and the interface with sectoral policies; Good familiarity with Tanzania culture and environment; Strong analytical skills; Good facilitation, interviewing and communication skills; Proficiency in both English and Kiswahili
Submission of Application Documents: Interested applicants are requested to submit their electronic copies to procurement department through the email address below. The sealed hardcopy application documents (technical proposal and financial proposal) should be submitted at the WWF Tanzania Office, located behind Kairuki Hospital, Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam; or through the following addresses.
Plot 350, Regent Estate Mikocheni
P. O. Box 63117
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255 22 277 5346/277 2455/270 0077
Fax: +255 22 277 5535
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; and or Lucason Maiga at email@example.com
For additional information, including requesting for Terms of Reference (ToR), kindly contact us through the above contacts. Applications should be a concise technical proposal fully signed, highlighting company profile and experiences of the consultants, the proposed approach and methodologies, work plan and timings of the process. Team CVs should also be attached. Also apart from one pager application letter, submit a financial proposal, clearly specifying time and other expenses, including unit costs and professional fees. Kindly submit your applications by Monday 15th January, 2018 Only successful applicant will be contacted. Please, be reminded that, office will remain closed from 18th December to 3rd January, 2018