Pakistan's One UN Programme (OP I) was signed on 4 February 2009 in the presence of the UN Secretary General and the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Initially for a two-year period from 2009 to 2010, OP I was extended until December 2012 by mutual agreement of the Government of Pakistan and the UN.
Individual Consultancy - Impact Assessment of Pilot Projects interventions under the Sustainable Land Management Project
Description of Assignment:
The Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP) has planned to conduct a participatory impact assessment of SLM activities implemented under the 6 pilot projects in the following 6 districts: (i) Chakwal; (ii) Bhakkar in Punjab; (iii) Dera Ismail Khan; (iv) Lakki Marwat in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; (v) Tharparker in Sindh; and (vi) Pishin in Balochistan. The impact assessment is to analyze contribution of the Project towards combating land degradation and desertification, improvement of water resources, environment, sustainable management of land resources, socio-economic conditions, and improvement in local livelihoods. For this purpose services of an Individual Consultant are required who could conduct an Impact Assessment of Pilot SLM interventions made under the SLMP.
Duration of Assignment: 30 days spread over the period of 10 weeks
Please submit your Technical and Financial proposals in sealed envelope to the following address no later than 25 September 2013:
National Project Coordinator,
Sustainable Land Management Project (SLMP)
House No.7, Street No. 62, G-6/4 Islamabad
Further clarification (if any) can be sought through email to email@example.com or Fax No. 051-2602469. However, any delay in providing such information will not be considered a reason for extending the submission date of your quotation. All/any query regarding the submission of the quotation may be sent prior to the deadline at the e-mail/address mentioned above.
The envelope should be clearly marked with the name of consultancy i.e. Individual Consultancy - Impact Assessment of Pilot Projects interventions under the Sustainable Land Management Project
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