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Individual Consultant – Community-based Climate Change Mitigation – (For Indian Nationals only)
|Location :||Home-based with travel to India, INDIA|
|Application Deadline :||07-Jul-19 (Midnight New York, USA)|
|Type of Contract :||Individual Contract|
|Post Level :||National Consultant|
|Languages Required :||English|
|Duration of Initial Contract :||July 2019-December-2019 (60 workings days only)|
The GEF Council has recently approved the Project Identification Form (PIF) for the Sixth Operational Phase of the GEF Small Grants Programme in India (PIMS# 5530) implemented through UNOPS. UNDP is now commencing a detailed project preparation phase expected to last approximately six months. The PIF was approved by the GEF Secretariat on 30 October 2017. At the end of the preparation phase, UNDP will finalize a project document for approval/endorsement by the GEF CEO.
The GEF Small Grants Program has been a fundamental part of the GEF’s support to the production of global environmental benefits and the implementation of the UNFCCC, UNCBD, UNCCD and other multilateral environmental agreements in India since 1994 when the India SGP Country Program was first established. UNDP/GEF recently secured PPG financing for the Sixth Operational Phase of the GEF Small Grants Programme in India. The project aims to enable community organizations in India to take collective action for adaptive landscape management for socio-ecological resilience - through design, implementation and participatory evaluation of grant projects for global environmental benefits and sustainable development. The project will be financed by the GEF Trust Fund. Please see the PIF annexed to this document.
This Initiation Plan (IP) project will provide support towards preparation of the project described in the PIF for the Sixth Operational Phase of the GEF SGP in India, which has been submitted to GEF Council for approval. The IP is financed through a Project Preparation Grant (PPG), which will cover the costs of preparation activities: stakeholder consultations, baseline assessments, and development of a project logframe with defined baseline and indicators, a detailed work plan, and the definition of the management arrangements for the FSP. Consultations will be documented, and all activities will be supported by desk review of support documentation, as appropriate. The final output of the Initiation Plan will be a UNDP-GEF project document and GEF CEO Endorsement Request ready for submission to UNDP and GEF. The documents will be compliant with the specific requirements of the GEF and conform to UNDP Operational Policies and Guidelines.
The preparatory phase for the detailed design of this initiative will take place between December 2017 and 30 June 2018, following a detailed Project Preparation Grant (PPG) Initiation Plan (IP), attached as Annex I. During this time, various activities will be undertaken to finalize the design of project documentation that will govern the activities of the proposed GEF-financed project. These due diligence-related activities will build on those undertaken during the development of the concept (Project Identification Form or PIF, attached here as Annex II). A Project Document and a GEF CEO Endorsement Request will be produced in accordance with the various requirements of UNDP and GEF, based on the above information. Comprehensive stakeholder discussions and input will be relied on throughout the design phase.
Please see the approved PIF attached to these TORs for a more detailed description of the GEF SGP in India and its support to community-based climate change mitigation projects, the landscape management approach adopted as a programming framework, and the financial resources available for CCM programming. The project to be developed through this PPG Initiation Plan will enable the programming, design and implementation of community level small grant projects in the four selected landscapes that mitigate climate-related risks to health and well-being. These projects will include demonstration of energy efficiency/renewable energy applications (biomass efficient stoves, biogas, solar energy, micro-hydro, etc.); waste management for energy and improved carbon sequestration/storage through sustainable forest management.
Duties and Responsibilities
UNDP is seeking to recruit a Community-based Climate Change Mitigation specialist to perform the following tasks:
Expected Outputs and Deliverables:
The consultant shall prepare and submit:
Deliverable 1: CCM analysis for the four regions: This deliverable will be fully integrated into the project document and used to inform the process of developing the results framework and theory of change. The participatory CCM analysis may consist of:
Due date: October 2019
Deliverable 2: CCM fully mainstreamed into project document, including:
Due date: October 2019
Deliverable 3: Calculations of CCM global environmental benefits
Due date: December 2019
Deliverable 4: CCM Core Indicator
Due date: December 2019
The consultant will report to, seek approval/acceptance of outputs from the Project Development Team Leader, the Global Coordinator for SGP Upgrading Country Programmes and the UNDP Country Office.
The contractor is expected to have her/his own office space, laptop and access to internet and a printer during the assignment (the cost of this facilities should be included in the financial proposals, if required).
The selection of consultants will be aimed at maximizing the overall qualities in the following areas:
Required Skills and Experience
Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49 points (70% of the total technical points) would be considered for the Financial Evaluation. Criteria for Technical Evaluation would be as under:
Educational Qualification - 20 Marks;
Financial Criteria: (30% of the total evaluation) based on the total all-inclusive lump sum amount for professional fee for tasks specified in this announcement.
Submission of Proposal:
CV with 03 reference
Application may not be accepted, if all the above listed documents are not submitted.
The following documents can be accessed, clicking the link:
General Conditions for Individual Contract
For queries, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.
UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.