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Consultant to develop a “Multi-hazard Early warning dissemination tools and Manuals

UNDP Country Office - UGANDA | Published November 16, 2016  -  Deadline December 2, 2016
The UNDP/GEF funded Strengthening Climate Information and Early Warning Systems (SCIEWS) project is being implemented in 11 Least Developed Countries in Africa including Uganda. The overall objective of the project is “to strengthen the weather, climate and hydrological monitoring capabilities, early warning systems and available information for responding to extreme weather and planning adaptation to climate change in Uganda.” This will be achieved by delivering two integrated and complementary outcomes:Enhanced capacity of the Department of Meteorology (DoM) and Department of Water Resource Monitoring and Assessments (DWRM) to monitor and forecast extreme weather, hydrology and climate change.Efficient and effective use of hydro-meteorological and environmental information for making early warnings and long-term development plans.The SCIEWS project is being implemented by the Ministry of Water and Environment(MWE) , with the Uganda National Meteorological Authority (UNMA) as the lead partner, among others: the Directorate of Water Resources Management(DWRM); the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) Department of Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Management; Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries; the Ministry of Local Government; the Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development; and the Uganda Communications Commission. Implementation of the project commenced in March 2014 and is expected to end by December, 2017.Rationale of the Consultancy:The UNDP/GEF funded SCIEWS project is building capacity of different Ministries and Agencies to collect and analyse data and generate information for early warning. However, there is lack of Information Education and Communications materials tools and manuals for National and Local level Early warning disseminations, and Training of Trainers training for efficient and effective use Early warning Bulletins and alerts.This consultancy is necessary to develop and operationalize a toolbox for disseminating early warning at the national and local levels. This includes a gender sensitive trainer Manual on the use of communication tools for disseminating early warning messages.

Baseline Assessment and Value Chain Analysis of Development Minerals in Uganda

UNDP Uganda Country Office - UGANDA | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
Programme Background The ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme is a three-year, €13.1 million capacity building program that aims to build the profile, and improve the management, of Development Minerals (industrial minerals; construction materials; dimension stones; and semi-precious stones. The program is an initiative of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, financed by the European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and implemented by UNDP. The mining of Development Minerals has important implications for sustainable development, however, they have to date received inadequate attention for their potential to impact livelihoods; and few development programmes have provided support for this mining sub-sector. Often referred to as Low Value Minerals and Materials (LVMM) due to their low price as a function of their weight, and their relatively low value to international commodity markets, Development Minerals provide crucial inputs for domestic economic development (infrastructure, manufacturing, construction and agriculture to name a few) and have the potential to be high value in terms of national development. In comparison to the metals sector, Development Minerals have closer links with the local economy, and have the potential to generate more local jobs, with a greater impact on poverty reduction. This is partly because the sector is dominated by small and medium scale domestic businesses. However, there are a number of environmental, social and economic challenges confronting the sector. Development Minerals commonly operate in an uncertain legal and regulatory environment, with a lack of publicly available and easily accessible geological data, which exacerbates wasteful exploration and discourages investment in the sector. The oversight of environmental, social, health and safety issues is often inadequate, and weak or often non-existent technical extension services such as skills training, capacity building, access to technology, finance, appropriate equipment, investment information and markets, has contributed to the sector’s neglect. The ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme is being implemented at both the regional and country levels. At the regional level, the programme conducts capacity building activities with participants from forty ACP countries through regional training workshops, field trips, the production of guidance products The ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme refers to Development Minerals as minerals and materials that have a high degree of economic linkage close to the location where the commodity is mined, i.e. they are mined for domestic use. Development Minerals include, industrial minerals, construction materials, dimension stones and semi-precious stones.Industrial minerals: substance of economic value, exclusive of metal ores, mineral fuels, and gemstones (e.g. barite, bentonite, borates, calcium carbonate, clays, diatomite, feldspar, granite, gypsum, industrial sand, kaolin, silica, soda ash, talc, wollastonite and zeolite).Construction material (a sub-category of industrial minerals sometimes called ‘industrial rocks’): substances used in the construction of infrastructure, housing and other built structures (e.g. gravel, limestone (cement), construction sand, aggregate, scoria, glass, ceramics, bricks).Dimension stones (a sub-category of industrial minerals and construction materials): rock quarried for the purpose of obtaining blocks or slabs that meet specifications as to size (width, length, and thickness) and shape (e.g. granite, marble, slate, sandstone).Semi-precious stones: a mineral crystal or rock that is generally cut and polished to make jewelry, but that does not include diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire (precious stones). Examples of semi-precious stones include quartz, amythyst, garnet, aqua-marine, opal and pearl. and knowledge exchange. The programme will also host a final conference to enhance the knowledge sharing activities conducted during the programme. Participants of our regional training workshops implement the skills and knowledge that they have gained from the training through return to work plans. At the country level, in depth capacity building is undertaken with six focus countries: Cameroon (Central Africa); Guinea - Conakry (West Africa); Uganda (East Africa); Zambia (Southern Africa); Jamaica (Caribbean); and Fiji (Pacific). Country-level activities include: training; small grants; the production of maps and databases; development of regulations on environment, health and safety; organization of community dialogues, technology fairs and networking events. Capacity building support is provided in the following thematic areas of importance to the sector: 1) mine and quarry management; 2) environment, health and safety; 3) entrepreneurship skills; 4) market analysis and investment promotion; 5) geo-data and maps design; 6) community relations and addressing grievances. The programme supports a range of key stakeholders in the sector, including public stakeholders such as regulatory agencies and local governments; private stakeholders such as small-scale mining enterprises, intermediaries, transportation and logistics service providers, construction companies; business development stakeholders such as mining and quarrying associations, chambers of mines, training centres, universities, consulting companies; and social stakeholders such as civil society organizations and community groups. The aim of the capacity building activities are to:Enhance employment and incomes, including employment and incomes of womenImprove the policy and regulatory environmentMinimize environmental impacts on communitiesAddress individual and community rights and preventing conflictEnsure decent working conditionsFacilitate South-South cooperation and cross-country learning

IFB - Uganda - Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Programme - Project-2 (FIEFOC - 2)

 | Published December 1, 2016
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