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INTERNATIONAL INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANCY - SUPPORT TO UN-REDD PARTNER COUNTRIES

UNDP COUNTRY OFFICE - KENYA | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 2, 2017
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Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, as established by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), is often referred to as “REDD+”. The UNDP REDD+ team is based in UNDP’s Bureau for Policy and Programme Support - BPPS. It is part of the Sustainable Development cluster and also works closely with the Climate Change team.The REDD+ team is responsible for a growing portfolio. The work is primarily concentrated in the UN-REDD Programme, a collaborative partnership with FAO and UNEP. UNDP is also a Delivery Partner for the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) and the REDD+ team hosts the secretariat for the Central African Forests Initiative (CAFI). In addition, the team is responsible for other REDD+ initiatives and ensuring overall quality assurance. UNDP’s REDD+ Team is spread globally, with management based in Geneva. Regional teams are located in UNDP’s Regional Centres in Bangkok (Asia-Pacific) and Panama (Latin America and the Caribbean), while the regional team for Africa is in Nairobi in order to be co-located with UNEP’s REDD+ Team. The regional teams support UNDP’s country offices and partners in their region. Support to UNDP country offices is coordinated closely with the Regional Bureaux through the regional centres.ObjectiveIn order to advance the implementation of UNDP’s REDD+ activities in Africa, primarily from sources of funds other than UN-REDD, UNDP is seeking an international consultant to provide country support in the form of capacity building, knowledge transfer and advocacy to enable better facilitation of national efforts to drive national REDD+ processes. The consultant will work with multiple stakeholders to achieve the tasks set out below. The consultant will work closely under the direct supervsion of the UNDP Senior Regional Technical Advisor for REDD+ in Africa and country specific Technical Advisors, and under the overall leadership and guidance of the UNDP Principal Policy and Technical Advisor for REDD+.Application processInterested and qualified candidates should submit their applications which should include the following:1. UNDP Personal History Form (P11)2. Detailed Curriculum Vitae3. Proposal for implementing the assignment4. Offeror’s letter to UNDPQualified candidates are requested to email their applications to consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us not later than COB on Tuesday, 02 May 2017.Please quote “Country support to REDD+” on the subject line.

RFP/UNODC-ROEA/002/2017: CONSULTANCY FIRM TO UNDERTAKE A BASELINE SURVEY TO ESTABLISH THE EXTENT TO WHICH THE NATIONAL POLICE SERVICE IS PEOPLE CENTRED IN 2017

United Nations Development Programme | Published April 21, 2017
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The UNODC Police Reforms Programme in Kenya – Project KENZ04 is supporting the National Police Service (NPS) in its Reforms Agenda.  The new legal system established subsequent to the 2010 constitution heralded the change of the Police from a Force to a Service.   It also provided for a National Police Service Commission.

UNODC is supporting the implementation of a Police Reforms Roadmap, to be delivered by the NPS.  The Police Reforms Roadmap is the mechanism by which the key features of the NPS reforming documents will be cascaded down to the frontline of policing.

Objective

The purpose of this assignment is to assess how far the National Police Service is currently people-centered (as at 2017), by conducting a baseline survey.

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