REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
CONSULTANCY SERVICE FOR STUDY ON NATURAL RESOURCE DEGRADATION NEXUS MIGRATION IN THREE CLUSTERS OF
THE IGAD REGION
Migration at IGAD is addressed within the Regional Migration Policy Framework (RMPF), derived from the continental framework on Migration adopted in Banjul in 2006. The RMPF aims at giving member states a coherent and common approach to migration management and governance in order to promote the well-being and protection of migrants including IDPs and refugees in all IGAD Member States.
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has got budget from GIZ towards the cost of study on Natural Resource Degradation nexus Migration in Three Clusters / Karamoja Cluster of the IGAD Region, the service will includes a study on the nexus between Migration and Land Degradation in order to get a better understanding on how natural resource degradation impacts host communities of IDPs, pastoralists and refugees and the link between natural resource degradation and decisions to migrate. To this end an in-depth analysis of trends of natural resource degradation in correlation with migratory movements in the will be undertaken.
IGAD invites for a competent individual from qualified and experienced individual consultants to undertake the above mentioned service. The successful individual will be selected in accordance with the provisions set forth in the IGAD Procurement Manual, issued on July 2012, revised and updated on 1st January 2017. A Tender Document will be sent to interested and shortlisted individuals for the service.
Interested Consultants must submit their expression of interest (updated CV and non-returnable educational and work experience credentials with a cover letter) to the address below in person, or by mail or by email no later than10:00am local time on 4th September 2017. Our address is:
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Avenue Georges Clemenceau
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P.O. Box 2653,
Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti
Any request for clarification can be sent to the address above..
Women applicants are encouraged.