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EASTERN & SOUTHERN AFRICA

The BIOPAMA Eastern and Southern Africa is seeking consultants to support with the region's State of Protected and Conserved Areas (SoPACA) Report - on substantive editing and design of the publication- and with conducting an assessment of the regional financing and resourcing for protected areas. 

Consultant, Report on regional financing and resourcing of protected and conserved areas

Working under the supervision of the BIOPAMA Regional Coordinator, the key role of the consultant/s is to review and evaluate all financing and resourcing options of protected areas in the ESA region, including those currently being used, as well as potential innovative new
options.

Proposals are accepted until midnight (GMT+2) on 10 September 2019. Contracting is expected to be concluded by 24 September with work beginning on 25 September 2019. Read more about this consultancy here.

Consultant, Design of the Eastern and Southern Africa State of Protected and Conserved Areas (SoPACA) Report

Working under the supervision of the BIOPAMA Regional Coordinator, the key role of the consultant/s will be to design the Eastern and Southern African (ESA)1 State of Protected and Conserved Areas (SoPACA) Report, in line with IUCN publishing guidelines. The consultant will work closely with the BIOPAMA Technical Officer, the SoPACA consultant and the JRC team to develop and design the report according to requirements in terms of maps, text, infographics, etc. The report is envisaged to be approximately 300 pages in total, including images, maps, infographics, acknowledgements, annexes, etc.

Proposals are accepted until midnight on 15 September 2019. Contracting is expected to be concluded by 1 October, with work beginning in the week of 7 October 2019. Read more about this consultancy here.

Consultant/s, Substantive editing of the Eastern and Southern Africa State of Protected and Conserved Areas (SoPACA) Report

Working under the supervision of the BIOPAMA Regional Coordinator, the key role of the consultant/s will be to edit the Eastern and Southern African (ESA) State of Protected and Conserved Areas (SoPACA) Report, in line with IUCN publishing guidelines, and as required in terms of the proposed content of the SoPACA Report and in line with the concept note and related objectives of the report. The consultant/s will also work closely with the BIOPAMA Technical Officer, the SoPACA development consultant and the JRC team to ensure that the report content and writing is consistent, it follows all IUCN guidelines and it covers all required topics effectively and efficiently. The report is envisaged to be approximately 300 pages in total, including images, maps, infographics, acknowledgements, annexes, etc. The text required for substantive editing is envisaged to be approximately 150 pages.

Proposals are accepted until midnight (GMT+2) on 11 September 2019. Contracting is expected to be concluded by 24 September with work beginning in the week of 25 September 2019. Read more about this consultancy here.

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