NATIONAL CONSULTANT TO UNDERTAKE THE TERMINAL EVALUATION OF THE “CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES (CADESE)” PROJECT

Country: Tanzania (United Republic of)
Language: EN
Number: 5113605
Publication date: 27-10-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)
Tags: Research services Energy

Description

NATIONAL CONSULTANT TO UNDERTAKE THE TERMINAL EVALUATION OF THE “CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES (CADESE)” PROJECT
Procurement Process : Other
Office : UNDP - TANZANIA
Deadline : 10-Nov-17
Posted on : 27-Oct-17
Development Area : CONSULTANTS
Reference Number : 42077
Link to Atlas Project :
00061988 - Capacity for energy sector & extractives
Documents :
TOR
ICPN
Overview :

With the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM), in collaboration with the Rural Energy Agency (REA), the UONGOZI Institute (UI), the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) and the Attorney’s General Chambers (AGC) designed a three-year programme (2014-2017) entitled “Capacity Development in the Energy Sector and Extractive Industries (CADESE)”. This project aimed to enhance the national capacity in managing the energy sector and extractive industries (EI) by supporting these relevant institutions in strengthening both policy and institutional capacities through training and technical advises in developing various tools and solutions to improve management of the energy and extractive sectors in the country. Through this support, the project was expected to contribute to realizing the right to an adequate standard of living, right to a clean and safe environment and promote gender equality. The project was to be achieved through a set of integrated capacity development services provided to MEM, REA, UI, and AGC. The project formed part of the implementation of UNDAP (2011-2016) agreement that was signed between UN agencies and the Government of Tanzania in June 2010.

The project was results driven with clear outputs specific for MEM and REA, with all outputs focusing on capacity development for the enhanced management of the Energy Sector and EI. UONGOZI Institute (UI) and Attorney General’s Chambers (AGC) were supported in facilitating the institutional platform for engaging all stakeholders in the policy process and organizing training programs to build capacity of MEM, REA, and other relevant MDAs in contract negotiations and investment decision making. The specific project outputs included the following:

Capacity developed in project development and implementation support for MEM, REA, and AGC - The project will support MEM, REA, and AGC in capacity development in terms of project management, project proposal development, evaluation and monitoring, and procurement issues through training and capacity support to be provided to relevant officials.

Tanzania Country Mining Vision (CMV) developed and the roadmap for its implementation promoted – Through MEM and support to be provided through UI and AGC, the project will support the Government in implementing the Africa Mining Vision by supporting the process and methodology for developing the Tanzanian Country Mining Vision (CMV).

Knowledge on renewable energy technologies, tools, and systems developed at REA - The project will build the capacity of REA officials in building their capacity in terms of RE technologies, tools, and systems; knowledge on GIS and GEOSIM, and gender mainstreaming and energy.

Capacity developed in creating and reviewing of policies and regulations at MEM, REA, and AGC - The project will support MEM, REA, and AGC in enhancing the capacity of officials in policy review and development. A number of policies especially in the energy sector are expected to be reviewed and their implementation supported.


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INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANT TO UNDERTAKE THE TERMINAL EVALUATION OF THE “CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE ENERGY SECTOR AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES (CADESE)” PROJECT Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)