Call for Adaptation Consultant for the Technology Needs Assessment of Sao Tome and Principe

Monday 29 Apr 19
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To support and facilitate the TNA process in Sao Tome and Principe, UNEP DTU Partnership is seeking to hire a consultant on climate change adaptation in the Coastal Management, Water and Sanitation, and Agroforestry Sectors. The consultant will work under the direct supervision of the TNA coordinator.

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• Consultant on climate change adaptation in the Coastal Management, Water and Sanitation, and Agroforestry Sectors
Work plan 

Background to the assignment

The current Global TNA project, deriving from window (i) of the Strategic Program on Technology Transfer, is designed to support developing countries to carry out Technology Needs Assessments within the framework of the UNFCCC.

The main objectives of the project are:

• To identify and prioritize through country-driven participatory processes, technologies that can contribute to adaptation and adaptation goals of the participant countries, while meeting their national sustainable development goals and priorities (TNA).
• To identify barriers hindering the acquisition, deployment, and diffusion of prioritized technologies.
• To develop Technology Action Plans (TAP) specifying activities and enabling frameworks to overcome the barriers and facilitate the transfer, adoption, and diffusion of selected technologies in the participant countries.

Duration of assignment: 17 months starting 25 May 2019.

Application deadline: May 15, 2019

Required documents: CV, relevant references, documents which describe how you would provide the required supports and breakdown of the costs.

Please submit your proposal to Gerardo Sanchez, TNA Sao Tome and Principe Project Manager, at gsama@dtu.dk and Maurean Barroso, TNA Coordinator Sao Tome and Principe, at maureanbarroso@gmail.com

 

 

 

 


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