Deadline: 2 March 2018
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is currently inviting applicants to submit a Micro Grant Proposal for its “Alternative Livelihood for Local Communities to Combat Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT)”.
UNDP-GEF Project assisted MoEF in implementing the IWT Project. In order to assist DG of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement with implementation of the project, a qualified and highly experienced NGO will be engaged to provide technical assistance with key aspects of the three project components. The expected output of this NGO will be used as a benchmark to progress with the overall key project output.
Components and Expected Outputs
- Component 1: Effective national framework for managing wildlife trade
- A Network protocol mechanism on IWT reporting
- Number of IWT case prosecuted rising
- Alternative income based campaign on wildlife trade, targeting local community
- Component 2: Institutional capacity for implementation and enforcement at the national and international levels
- Training guidelines on how to handling, rehabilitate up to release the IWT evidences
- Guidelines on how to use money laundering regime to combat wildlife crime
- Authority of forestry civil investigators improved
- Three Media release /article on the community based approach to tackling IWT
- One set material for Public Services Announcement on community based approach on combatting wildlife crime to be announced in local and national media
- Component 3: Scaling-up improved enforcement strategy at key trade ports and ecosystems
- Four IWT volunteer group developed in Surabaya, and Jakarta
- Community based patrolling system developed in 2 villages
- Livelihood alternative program is developed and implemented based on the local potential in specifically selected sites
Duration of the Work
The assignment will cover for maximum 12 months of work, from April 2018 to March 2019 to allow for proper evaluation of the output and to allow administration-related matter to be settled in timely manner.
Location of Work
The selected organization will work at national level a, mainly in Jakarta in coordination with the focal point of the project, namely Director of Forest Protection and Surveillance, Directorate Geateneral of Environmental and Forestry Law Enforcement, Ministry of Environment and Forestry and their technical implementation unit and project sites (UPT) at, as well as with UNDP Environment Unit They shall responsible for their own logistic arrangements for necessary field work.
- At least 5 years or more of work experience in the area of biodiversity conservation, protected area management, community development and human-wildlife conflict management. The proposal shall include structure of Team Leader and members and their background and areas of expertise.
- Three years experiences in providing policy and strategy advisory services to national government.
- At least 5 years experiences working with the Government of Indonesia at national park and/or protected areas, with strong understanding of Indonesian key policies related to biodiversity conservation and management effectiveness of protected areas would be an advantage.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their proposals both via email and in hard copy at the address given on the website.
Eligible Country: Indonesia
For more information, please visit UNDP Call for Proposals.