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Announcement for Consultancy Services
Project title: NAPA II - “Addressing the Risks of Climate-induced Disasters through Enhanced National and Local Capacity for Effective Actions”
Duration: 45 working days (spread over the period from June – August 2018)
UNDP country office in Bhutan invites proposals from local qualified and experienced consultants to undertake an assessment of post-project scenario in terms of national, local and community capacity to prepare for and respond to climate-induced multi-hazards for the NAPA2 project. The consultant will work closely with and receive technical guidance and support from the Project Management Unit (PMU), based at the National Environment Commission Secretariat.
Closing date: 25th May 2018
Call for GEF-SGP, UNDP Project Proposals
The Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP), implemented by UNDP provides financial and technical support to Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and academic and research institutions to meet the overall objective of “Global environmental benefits secured through community-based initiatives and actions”.
SGP Bhutan would like to invite project proposals from CSOs (including Community-Based Organizations and grassroots institutions/communities) and academic and research institutions, in the below mentioned strategic initiatives that would contribute to “creation of global environmental benefits and the safeguarding of the global environment through community and local solutions that complement and add value to national and global level action”:
- Community Landscape/Seascape Conservation
- Climate Smart Innovative Agro-ecology
- Low-Carbon Energy Access Co-benefits
- Local to Global Chemicals Management Coalitions
- CSO-Government Policy and Planning Dialogue Platforms
- Promoting Social Inclusion
The maximum grant size is US$ 50,000 per project and preference will be given to proposals that are innovative and submitted by rural communities and vulnerable groups. Standard project proposal template and guidelines are available at UNDP Bhutan Website. Duly completed project proposals (digital copy) should be submitted to the National Coordinator, SGP, UNDP Country Office, Bhutan. Proponents are encouraged to explore co-financing and integrate in-kind contribution for the proposed projects.
Please refer the following documents for the development of project proposals which can be downloaded from
The last date for the submission of proposals is 20 July 2018. Proponents are encouraged to submit the proposals in advance to permit sufficient time for review. For further information contact, National Coordinator/Programme Assistant, UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme, UNDP Country Office, Thimphu at 02-322424 [Ext-330/331] or e-mail to email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of announcement: 21 April 2018.