Expression Of Interest : Verification, Monitoring and Evaluation of Approximately 400 Hectares Mangrove Rehabilitation Output And Impact

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Expression Of Interest : Verification, Monitoring and Evaluation of Approximately 400 Hectares Mangrove Rehabilitation Output And Impact
VERIFICATION, MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF APPROXIMATELY 400 HECTARES MANGROVE REHABILITATION OUTPUT AND IMPACT

One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilising the power of people against poverty.

Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. We save lives & help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes. And we campaign so that the voices of the poor influence the local and global decisions that affect them.

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Background
Restoring Coastal Livelihood (RCL) building social and ecological resilience in mangrove ecosystem in South Sulawesi is a five year project initiated by Oxfam GB and Oxfam Canada and supported by the government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) from February 2010 to February 2015.

RCL goal is to enhance the livelihood security of vulnerable coastal communities on the west coast of South Sulawesi by implementing a multi stakeholder and collaborative approach to improve management of the inter tidal region, including sustainable utilization of resources and ecological mangrove restoration. A special focus is placed upon Gender responsive, women especially, securing their rights and enhancing the well being of coastal communities.

Today, in its fifth ( final) year, some evaluation will be conducted to get the last update of its some main activities  include the verification, monitoring and evaluation of 400 hectares rehabilitation result.

Objective
  • Scientific measuring the exact wide of the mangrove restoration area in every site. 
  • Scientific measuring the wide of successful mangrove growth area of restoration area. 
  • Scientific measuring the broader impact of the mangrove restoration (ecology and mangrove management).
  • Scientific documentation (satellite/ 3 dimension figure) of the restoration area and the growth inside and the impact area.
Expected Results :
  • A database of final wide of the restoration area of every sites. 
  • A database of the successful restoration area (wide, growth and the potential success towards) 
  • A database of picture documentation showing the restoration progress result 
  • A database of the broader impact of the mangrove restoration (ecology and mangrove management) 
  • Develop  recommendation of better result restoration 
  • Develop estimation of the 400 restoration area potential in supporting the environmental recovery
Qualification & Experience :
To carry out this activities / Oxfam will be selected the best consultant based on the following criteria:
  • Have an expertise in mangrove and  mangrove restoration.  
  • Strong background in environmental (mangrove restoration) MONEV. 
  • Strong knowledge in Community Based  Coastal Resource Management. 
  • Expertise in GIS.
  • Experienced in similar work for minimum 5 years.
  • Willing to travel (crossing the sea) to remote area (Tanahkeke island).
Please send your Expression of Interest with detail of budget, and CVs, to: makassar@oxfam.org.uk, with title in the subject line  “MANGROVE EVALUATION” and closing date July 11, 2014.
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