Research on potential opportunities for PPP for low carbon development

Country: Viet Nam
Language: EN
Number: 2060121
Publication date: 19-05-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)

Description

Research on potential opportunities for PPP for low carbon development
Procurement Process : Other
Office : UNDP Country office - VIET NAM
Deadline : 05-Jun-17
Posted on : 19-May-17
Development Area : CONSULTANTS
Reference Number : 37843
Link to Atlas Project :
00084023 - Green Growth Strategy
Documents :
TOR
Overview :

The Department of Science, Education, Natural Resources and Environment/ Ministry of Planning and Investment’s (DSENRE/MPI) is implementing the UNDP project “Strengthening Capacity and Institutional Reform for Green Growth and Sustainable Development in Viet Nam (CIGG)” in Viet Nam over the period from 2015 - 2018. The Project aims to build capacities and strengthen policies and regulations for the effective implementation of the Viet Nam Green Growth Strategy and achieving sustainable development goals.

To achieve the set aims, Project Management Unit are going to recruit 03 national consultants for following positions:

A research on potential opportunities for PPP for low carbon development (Activity 1.2.a.8)

The project management would like to call for applications from qualified national candidates for one of the above mentioned positions to work part time in Hanoi and other province as requirement.

See the detail specific responsibilities/ duties on TOR.


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