eC2: GAP ASSESSMENT ON LAND USE PLANNING AND CAPACITY BUILDING ACTIVITIES FOR GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS ENGAGED IN INTEGRATED LAND USE PLAN & POLICY DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPIA

Deadline: 24-Jan-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Land-Conference-2017.jpg

The Government of Ethiopia has embarked on the formulation of National Integrated Land Use Planning and Policy (NILUPP) development with an overall objective to strengthen the rational utilization of natural resources in Ethiopia. This will be achieved through enacting effective land use policy framework, preparing and implementing an integrated land use plan, providing capacity building for land use professionals, and improving knowledge and information-sharing among the stakeholders.

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eC2: Analysis of Best Practices for Benefit Sharing in Jurisdiction-Level Results-Based Land Use Programs

Deadline:  11-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Land-Conference-2017.jpg

Assignment Description: In order to provide knowledge and share lessons learned with countries preparing benefit sharing plans for jurisdictional forest and land use ER programs, an analysis will be undertaken to synthesize best practices for benefit sharing. In particular, this analysis will focus on results from benefit sharing at a large scale and draw upon lessons from programs focused on forests, land use, natural resources, and/or climate change.

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eC2:Senior Land Use Planning Specialist consultant

Deadline: 30-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)ml-can-a-nation-build-its-future-if-it-cannot-feed-its-children-five-policy-actions-to-transform-crop-and-livestock-farming-in-mali-780x439

The World Bank is seeking an experienced senior Land Use Planning Specialist consultant (LUPS), who would be based in Maputo (ideally for 100% of his/ her time) to provide technical support and advice on the following:
a) Design and implmentation of the World Bank program of technical assistance on land use planning (LAUREL), intended to support integrated decision making for landscape management across sectors and levels of government
b)  Design and implmentation of  Mozambique’s National Territorial Development Plan (PNDT in the Portuguese acronym)
The contract would have an initial duration 150 days, with the possibility of extension, subject to performance and funding.

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