DEVELOPMENT OF TOOL TO DOCUMENT & ANALYSE THE SUCCESS, FAILURE AND LESSONS LEARNT FROM THE FORMULATION, IMPLEMENTATION, FUNDING & MONITORING OF THE NAP PROCESS
“Building capacity to advance National Adaptation Plan Process in Mongolia” funded by GCF
Type of work:
Development of Tool to document and analyze the success, formulation, implementation, funding and monitoring of the NAP process
A team of three people
90 man days
Mongolia has submitted NAP readiness proposal to the GCF which was then approved in 2019. The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) and UNEP has been implementing “Building capacity to advance National Adaptation Plan Process in Mongolia” project since August 2019. The objective of the NAP project is to strengthen the institutional and technical capacity of Mongolia’s government at both national and local level to advance the process to formulate and enhance long-term implementation of NAP as aligned with the national development policy and program.
The objective of this assignment is to develop a tool/ template to capture and analyze success, failure, lessons learning, methodology for capturing information that eventually will facilitate communication of project and CCA related products to relevant wide range of stakeholders at national and international levels.
The selected individual(s) will develop a template to document and analyze the success, failure, and lessons learnt from the formulation, implementation, funding and monitoring of the NAP process taking into consideration previous relevant initiatives on adaptation in Mongolia. Also provide necessary information to the system engineers on developing online tool of the above mentioned template, such as system requirements and data flow etc.
The tool/template intends to enable and facilitate coordination of multi-stakeholder engagement and coherent implementation of the national climate efforts, raise public awareness, and to promote knowledge and best practices.
The main inputs/deliverables will be: A tool/template to analyze:
- Failures and lessons learnt
- Methodology for capturing information
- Design, Development, and Implementation Work Plan
- Quality Assurance checklist
- Policy Letters, Regulations, other legal mandate document
- Funding and Monitoring
- Workshop reports from relevant initiatives on adaptation in Mongolia.
- Meeting Minutes & decisions
The tool/template will be analyzing NAP progress reports and communication materials on NAP formulation, implementation, funding and monitoring to learn from the NAP process in Mongolia developed and communicated to various stakeholders (national, international (UNFCCC))
- Disseminated to relevant national stakeholders
- Monitoring and reviewing system for the NAP process
- Disseminated on relevant portals other relevant networks including NAP GSPs and UNFCCC platforms
Components of the Tool process:
- Identify or select methodologies and techniques for analysis
- Conduct analysis on learnt lessons;
- Prioritize monitoring measures as the most effective;
- Evaluate and select the most effective formulation measures
- Specify inputs including source, accuracy, range of values, parameters and frequency
The following deliverables are to be submitted to the Project Management Unit:
1: Inception report including approval and detailed work plan with timeframe and deadline and draft template proposal;
2: Draft template and methodology for capturing information discussed through consultation meetings with stakeholders
3: Minutes of consultation meetings with stakeholders (minimum 8 meetings, invites, agenda, LoPs, photos as evidence)
4: Final template
5: Necessary information for the development of the online tool
QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
- Have MSc or higher degree in climate and meteorological science, environmental science, environmental management or other related fields;
- Have at least 7 years of experience in knowledge management and monitoring and evaluation of projects or project management;
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience in performing research and analysis in professional manner;
- Must have advanced skills in English and proficiency in Mongolian to develop tool in both languages;
- Experience in developing or designing online tool or a system is an asset;
- Experience in working with other int’l organizations is an asset;
- Able to prepare reports in both English and Mongolian in a clear, concise style;
- Possesses excellent team working and communication skills as well as work under tight deadlines
HOW TO APPLY
Interested individual candidates or a team of 3 people are encouraged to submit the following documents:
The following documents should be submitted:
- Expression of Interest
- Personal CV, indicating all past experience of similar projects; the contact details (email and telephone number) of the applicant; and names of at least three (3) referees.
- Evidence of similar assignments undertaken in the recent past e.g., certified copy of official documents/publications depicting the applicant’s experiences in the field.
- Financial Proposal that indicates the daily fee, and taxes.
All supporting documents mentioned above (1-4) must be submitted as one document in a single sealed envelope with position applying for, date and signature on it.
The evaluation process is subject to United Nations Procurement rules.
Incomplete proposals will not be considered.
Only short-listed applicants will be contacted, and a successful candidate will be notified.
Application in English and Mongolian languages is requested to be submitted in one sealed envelope to the following address before 17:00 hours on 8 October 2020.
Address: 303, Margad Center, Oyutnii street, 8th khoroo, Sukhbaatar district, Ulaanbaatar, MongoliaE-mail: [email protected]; Phone: 77091142