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NABU is seeking an experienced consultant for conducting a feasibilty study for NABU project in Illuababora zone: Empowering communities – coffee as a model for ecosystem-friendly regional development

Call for Tender:

Feasibilty study for NABU project in Illuababora zone (Oromia region): Empowering communities – coffee as a model for ecosystem-friendly regional development

For a hundred and twenty years, The Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) has been promoting the interests of people and nature, drawing on its unwavering commitment, specialised know-how and the backing of 770,000 members and supporters. NABU is Germany’s oldest and largest conservation NGO with its headquarter in the capital and 15 regional branch offices in almost every federal state of Germany. 2,000 volunteer groups around the country support NABU’s work.

For many years, NABU has also been internationally active, particularly in Africa, the Caucasus and Asia. Since 2010 NABU is registered as international NGO in Ethiopia, and has since gained a wide-ranging experience in the implementation of projects in the country. Some of the core topics NABU is working on in Ethiopia are planning and establishment of UNESCO biosphere reserves, adaptation to climate change, reforestation and forest management incl. Participatory forest management, sustainable regional development for livelihood improvement and capacity building at government and community level.

NABU is seeking an experienced consultant for conducting a feasibilty study for NABU project in Illuababora zone: Empowering communities – coffee as a model for ecosystem-friendly regional development

Please send your offers electronically in English by 16th of April 2020 to Svane Bender (Svane.Bender@nabu.de) and Manja Graham (Manja. Graham@nabu.de)

The submitted offers should not exceed 10 pages and should contain a convincing CV of the offered expert. Please contact Selamawit Fikru (Selamawit, fikru.nabu@gmail.com) for the TOR.

Note: Due to the current pandmic (COVID 19) the study is expected to be done by desk review and data collection via telephone and/or email.