Consultant for Assessment of Agroforestry Development in Community Forestry and its value chain interventions

Posted on 14 September 2021

Phnom Penh and travel to Kratie Province
WWF’s mission in Cambodia is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
In order to support the implementation of Cambodia’s strategic sectors plan, a consortium of four organizations having strong experiences in CBNRM in Cambodia and beyond - the WWF Cambodia, RECOFTC, Non-timber Forest Product Exchange Program (NTFP-EP) and Culture and Environment Preservation Association (CEPA) came together under the Partnership for Forestry and Fisheries (PaFF) program.    
WWF-Cambodia is looking for a consultant to Asses Agroforestry Development in Community Forestry and its value chain interventions. Under PaFF phase 3 program, the agroforestry development will be part of the program interventions due to its potential to support the development of the community forestry including improving the community’s livelihoods while improving the forest quality. The agroforestry is also one of key potential activities in the community forestry management plan. 
In collaboration with the Forestry Administration, local FAs and Provincial Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (PDAFF) in Kratie province, WWF-Cambodia is looking for a qualified consultant to conduct an assessment on agroforestry development in the eight target Community Forestry (CFs) in Kratie. The period of the assessment will be from 01st October - 15th November 2021.
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How to apply?
Submit your CV, technical proposal and proposed budget, including work plan and timeline, together with samples of similar project deliverables (offline and online) to: Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a deadline September 26th, 2021.  Please state “Consultant-PaFF-3 -Agroforestry Development” in the subject in email.
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
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