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16-Sep-2013

 TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTING SERVICES

 

Period of Performance: September-December 2013

 

1.              Introduction

 

Nigeria’s Niger Delta is the third largest mangrove and freshwater swamp-forest area in the world. It delivers a wide range of ecosystem services that contributes to the well-being of millions of people.  Wetlands International has been working on wetland conservation issues in the Inner Niger Delta since over two decades, and aims to upscale work to the Nigeria’s Niger Delta in order to secure integration of conservation and wise use of wetlands in management of delta. To this end, Wetlands International is implementing a Sustainable Livelihoods and Biodiversity Project (SLBP) to be conducted between  2013- 2015.

16-Sep-2013

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTING SERVICES

Period of Performance September 2013- October 2014

 

1.              Introduction

 

Nigeria’s Niger Delta is the third largest mangrove and freshwater swamp-forest area in the world. It delivers a wide range of ecosystem services that contributes to the well-being of millions of people.  Wetlands International has been working on wetland conservation issues in the Inner Niger Delta since over two decades, and aims to upscale work to the Nigeria’s Niger Delta in order to secure integration of conservation and wise use of wetlands in management of delta. To this end, Wetlands International is implementing a Sustainable Livelihoods and Biodiversity Project (SLBP) to be conducted between  2013- 2015.

 

 

15-Mar-2013

Wetlands International is seeking an associate expert in Uganda for 30 to 60 days of funded work in 2013 to assess the relationship, risks and opportunities when linking WASH interventions in the areas of Kawempe, Ntoroko, Soroti, Rwambu ( and possible others) to the wetlands concerned.

View terms of reference here

 

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