Promoting the rational use of fuelwood in Khulo Municipality (Ajara Autonomous Republic, Georgia)WWF-Caucasus Programme Office (WWF-CauPO) is implementing a project “Improving the Resilience of Forest Ecosystems through Adaptive Forest Management in Georgia” (Ajara Autonomous Republic, Georgia; No: GE0055). The project is funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and WWF Germany. One of the key components of the project involve the promotion of use of energy efficient stoves and dried fuelwood among the communities in selected area in Khulo Municipality of Ajara.
In order to fulfil this task, WWF-CauPO will recruit an organization or a consulting company. The work will be commenced by end of April or beginning of May 2017 and will be finished no later than November 2017, including the final reporting. Further details are provided in the attached Terms of Reference. Applicants should provide the following information:
- The description of their relevant experiences as outlined in the ToR
- Proposed methodology of work
- Total service price, including staff, consultants, materials, profit margin, travel, meeting, taxes and all other applicable costs.