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Current vacancy annoucements with UNDP Bhutan
CALL FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES BY THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT COMMISSION SECRETARIATE, ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF BHUTAN, THIMPHU, BHUTAN
The National Environment Commission Secretariat (NECS) would like to call for submission of Technical Proposals from qualified and interested Independent consultant(s) and/or Consultancy firms for the following consultancy works.
- Independent international consultant for “Developing a Greenhouse Gas Inventory Data Management System, Bhutan.”
- Independent international consultant and/or consulting firms for “Formulation of a detailed Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) proposal within the Municipal Solid Waste sector, Bhutan.”
- Consultancy Firm for “Development of a Low Emission Development Strategy and formulation of a detailed NAMA proposal within the Transport sector, Bhutan.”
The Terms of Reference for the above consultancy works can be downloaded here and same can be can be downloaded from the NEC website (www.nec.gov.bt).
- TERMS OF REFERENCE: International Consultant for developing national greenhouse gas inventory data management system, Bhutan
- TERMS OF REFERENCE : International Consultant and/or Consulting firms for formulating Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action proposal within the Municipal Solid Waste Sector (MSW), Bhutan
- TERMS OF REFERENCE :Consulting firm for developing Low Emission Development Strategy for Transport sector, and formulation of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action within the Transport sector, Bhutan
The technical proposals must be submitted electronically to Mr. Sonam Dagay at email@example.com latest by 13:00 Hrs (GMT+6) on 2nd March 2015. Only qualified consultant(s) and/or firms will be asked to submit the financial bids after evaluation of the technical proposals.
For any further details please contact Mr. Sonam Dagay at +975-2-323384/+975-2-325856 or at the email id mentioned above.
Consultant for developing training for law enforcement officials and public prosecutors
The UNODC is implementing a national project in Bhutan titled “Enhance Government and Civil Society Responses to Counter Trafficking in Persons in Bhutan (BHUZ13)” in collaboration with the National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC). Under this project, UNODC in partnership with NCWC seeks to strengthen the capacities of the law enforcement officials and public prosecutors to prevent and identify, investigate and prosecute cases of trafficking, and enhance referrals for appropriate treatment and reintegration of trafficking victims.
To this end, UNODC seeks to engage a consultant to undertake the development of a comprehensive training module/curriculum (in English) for law enforcement officials and public prosecutors based on a training needs assessment, in close consultation with UNODC and NCWC.
UNODC seeks proposals from Consultant to (1) One Training Needs Assessment workshop completed and report submitted, the report should include desk review, situation report, stakeholders and gap analysis;(2) Comprehensive training module, with a two or three days training curriculum for (a) law enforcement officials and (b) public prosecutors;(3) One TOT workshop completed and reports submitted, including post-training evaluation and impact assessment.
Target starting date: 15th March 2015
Latest completion date: 15th August 2015
Proposals may be submitted on or before Wednesday 4th February, 2015 via email or courier mail to the address below:United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime,
Regional Office for South Asia EP 16/17, Chandragupta Marg,
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021,
Ms. Nidhi Mehrotra
Admin and Finance Assistant
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