Tuesday, April 25, 2017

TOR for the Review of GVTC 5 Year Transboundary Strategic Plan (TSP) and the Success Plan (SP) and Development of New TSP and SP Documents



TENDER NOTICE FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES
The Greater Virunga Transboundary Collaboration (GVTC), prior to the 2015 GVTC treaty, was a mechanism for strategic transboundary collaborative management of the Greater Virunga Landscape, set up by the national institutions in charge of wildlife conservation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Uganda, respectively the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN), Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA). These institutions signed a Memorandum of
Understanding in 2004 in order to formalize the cross-boader collaboration initiated in late 1990s among the field personnel in the three countries and aiming at coordinating the monitoring of the population of the mountain gorillas that is striving within the Virunga Massif, shared by the three countries. Also this MoU expanded the objectives as well as the geographical scope beyond the gorilla habitat, to the entire Central Albertine Rift Region, also known as the Greater Virunga Landscape.
ANNOUNCEMENT 1: TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE REVIEW OF GVTC 5 YEAR TRANSBOUNDARY STRATEGIC PLAN (TSP) AND THE SUCCESS PLAN (SP) AND DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TSP AND SP DOCUMENTS
GVTC intends to anticipatively launch the process aiming at reviewing the implementation of both the GVTC TSP and SP in order to use the review results for developing the new TSP and SP documents. Both documents will be central for the fundraising conference that GVTC intends to organize in the coming months. The review and development of the TSP & SP shall be done through an inclusive manner, involving GVTC and partners / stakeholders in the Landscape. Details of the approach and methodology will be elaborated in the consultancy proposal.
DEADLINES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
The closing date to submit bids is the 17th May 2017(5: 00 pm, local time in Kigali). Interested bidders for those separate consultancies may visit GVTC web site for further details under the following link for:www.greatervirunga.org/IMG/pdf/tors_for_tsp_for_gvl.pdf

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