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EASTERN & SOUTHERN AFRICA

BIOPAMA calls for a consultant to develop a training course and training materials for the Local Communities: First Line of Defence against the Illegal Wildlife Trade (FLoD) Initiative, in the Eastern and Southern African region.

Working under the supervision of the BIOPAMA Regional Coordinator and the FLoD Steering Committee, the key role of the consultant/s is to develop a training course and related training materials for the Local Communities: First Line of Defence against the Illegal Wildlife Trade (FLoD) Initiative. This will build on the existing guidance and tools. This will be used to train key community-support organisations who could become independent facilitators of the FLoD approach and organisations who design and implement illegal wildlife trade projects.

It is envisioned that the training course and its supporting learning aids will help practitioners better understand each local context in which they are working, and quickly assimilate and apply the FLoD methodology.

The expected outputs from this project relate directly to objectives outlined above and include the following:

  • An inception report outlining the process for development of the training course and learning aids for approval by the FLoD partners.
  • A description of the planned components of the training course for FLoD practitioners for approval by the FLoD partners.
  • A FLoD training course that can be used independently by other practitioners and trainers.
  • Relevant learning aids and/or training materials to be used in combination with the above training course during training events.

Expressions of interest, including a complete proposal, must be sent to Sue Snyman (sue.snyman@iucn.org) by 31st May 2019.

All the information about this consultancy is available in this document.
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