Categorizes a content around Tanzania, generally within the East Africa region.


FARM-Africa is an international NGO with a Regional office in Nairobi which supports site based activities in Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.
FARM-Africa’s mission is a prosperous rural Africa.

TOR FOR TERMINAL EVALUATION (The Pangani River Basin Management Project)


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Baseline Studies and Spatial Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation – Coastal Forests

WWF Tanzania Country Office is coordinating a GEF/UNDP funded Coastal Forests Project on behalf of the Government of Tanzania.
As part of implementation, we are now at a stage of collecting baseline information
(Biodiversity baselines, habitat status spatial planning & mapping and socioeconomic
baselines) that will help us to develop monitoring indicators and monitoring plan and
impact evaluation for this newly started project. We are thus looking for any interested
experts/consultants to submit a proposal in each of the components above in the subject
detailing how this assignment (as indicated in the attached TORs) is going to be
undertaken. We hope to receive a short proposal 3 5 page with methodologies, analysis
methods, reporting format, budget and team composition with CVs.
Deadline expended to 15th April 2011. The proposal should be
addressed to:-
Country Director,
WWF Tanzania Country Office,
P.O. Box 63117,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. OR

Social Impact Specialist


SAI Consulting Engineers Pvt. Ltd., a leading ISO 9001 certified consulting engineering firm is looking for following professional immediately for various Highway Projects in Tanzania.

Applicant should be degree holder in Social science or related disciplines. Should have experience managing the social impacts on at least 2 road development projects within in last 10 years including oversight of
(a) implementation of an HIV/AIDS prevention plan,
(b) a Contractor’s Health and Safety Plan, and
(c) a Resettlement Action Plan.
Fluency in written and spoken Kiswahili and English mandatory.


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