Consultant for WWF Gabon | WWF

Consultant for WWF Gabon

Posted on
16 November 2017
WWF Gabon is seeking an international consultant to undertake the evaluation of a WWF funded field conservation program in the southern of Gabon (Complex of Protected Areas of Gamba Landscape).
The Evaluator (consultant or firm) should be bilingual (English/French) in order to be able to evaluate all of the texts and reports, as well as to communicate with WWF staff and relevant stakeholders/partners of the project. He should also have proven experience with the evaluation of conservation projects implemented by non-governmental organisations, as well as familiarity with the issues surrounding wildlife conservation, PA management, sea turtle, artisanal fisheries management and fight against wildlife crime. Central African experience would be much appreciated but is not mandatory.
All candidates interested in conducting this evaluation on a consultant basis should submit, no later than 30 November 2017 a detailed technical proposal including:
  • A curriculum vitae detailing his/her experience in project evaluation and NGO led conservation project implementation in Africa;
  • The proposed evaluation plan (description of approach, suggestions for interview questions, timeline and time allocation, etc.) and comments on the Terms of Reference;
  • A proposed date for the site visit in Gabon;
  • The length of time the proposal will be valid;
  • A detailed budget proposal which takes into account the financial conditions specified in these ToR and specifies the honorarium (daily rate) as well as any other costs.
 
The estimated end date of the study will be 31 January 2018.
Applications should be sent to emassima@wwfgab.org with reference “Souanke Evaluation”.
The following persons should be copied in when submitting:  
Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Please consult the terms of reference below for more information on the assignment.

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