Strengthening Capacity for International Cooperation in the Ecosystem-based Management of the Antarctic Large Marine Ecosystem

Country: South Africa
Language: EN
Number: 2869188
Publication date: 29-06-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)
Tags: Project and design preparation

Description

Strengthening Capacity for International Cooperation in the Ecosystem-based Management of the Antarctic Large Marine Ecosystem
Procurement Process : RFP - Request for proposal
Office : UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - SOUTH AFRICA
Deadline : 16-Jul-17
Posted on : 29-Jun-17
Development Area : CONSULTANTS
Reference Number : 38823
Link to Atlas Project :
00048117 - GEF MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
Documents :
TERMS OF REFERENCES
Confirmation of Interest and Submission of Financial Proposal
IC TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Procurement Notice
Overview :

UNDP is commencing a project preparation phase, expected to last for 18 months, to develop a detailed project design for the full-sized project titled Strengthening Capacity for International Cooperation in the Ecosystem-based Management of the Antarctic Large Marine Ecosystem (PIMS 4473 Antarctic LME). The project will be implemented through the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR, based in Tasmania). Project member countries are Chile, India, Namibia, South Africa and Ukraine. At the end of the preparation phase, UNDP will submit a CEO Endorsement Request and a full project document with all required annexes in the required template to GEF Secretariat.

The Atlantic LME project aims to strengthen multilateral cooperation in ecosystem-based management of the Antarctic Large Marine Ecosystem (ALME) through supporting national-level institutional strengthening and building the capacity of GEF-eligible countries to meet their marine resource management commitments and obligations under the intergovernmental Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, (CCAMLR) to help ensure sustainable ALME fisheries in the context of climate variability and change.

The project will have the following 4 main components:

Component 1. Enhanced Multi-national cooperation in the ecosystem-based management and monitoring of the Antarctic LME (ALME) through multinational cooperation, multi-sectoral coordination and partnership.

Component 2. Building technical and analytical capacity to support ecosystem-based management of the ALME.

Component 3. Demonstrations for the adaptive management of the ALME.

Component 4. Knowledge management, communications of best practices and lessons learnt.

UNDP is seeking to recruit the Lead Consultant to develop a UNDP-GEF Project Document, Request for GEF CEO Endorsement, and all other required documents in the template required by UNDP and/or GEF, ready for submission to UNDP and GEF approval.


Other tenders from South Africa за for this period

Polar and CCAMLR Expert Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)