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Consultant at World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) February 2024

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Consultancy at WWF February, 2024
Consultancy To Undertake A Feasibility Study On Potential Areas Of Tourism Attraction & Community Eco-Tourism Investment Opportunities In The Rumaki Seascape Area
The World-Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an International Non-Governmental Organization that deals with conservation of nature through environmental management and conservation programmes. Its mission is to stop the degradation of Planet’s natural environment and to build the future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF Tanzania Country Office (WWF TOO) through Marine Programme is currently implementing a project titled Funded by MACP4 (Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

The project is operating in 6 districts namely: Kigamboni, Mafia, Kilwa, Kibiti, Mtwara Rural and Mkuranga. The area is endowed with several endemic plants, amphibians and invertebrates are found along these shores. The rare coconut crab is still found on many uninhabited islets in the area, while crocodiles and hippopotamus are abundant in the Rufiji Delta, with a few presents on Mafia Island. There are over 130 coastal bird species, including goliath herons, pink-backed pelicans and nesting crab plovers.

The main objective is to undertake a feasibility study on potential areas of Tourism attraction and Community Eco-Tourism investment opportunities in the RUMAKI Seascape Area

  • To identify existing tourism activities in the seascape, actors involved (state and non-state actors) and key roles played by actors including the coastal communities in respective area;
  • Mapping out the existing tourism attraction sites and the new identified ones;
  • Describe cultural value, historical significance, natural or built beauty, area offering leisure and amusement and services;
  • Identify challenges and opportunities as well as current and future plans by government, private sectors and coastal communities;
  • Recommend potential area for tourism investment modal for engaging the coastal communities (more details see the link for TORs)

Upon signing the contract, the consultant(s) are expected to deliver on the following:
  • Inception Report: It should cover consultant’s understanding of the TOR, the general approach to the assignment, the methodology (approach, teams, personnel, coordination) as well as a tentative work plan and budget.
  • Draft Report: should cover all area provided in section 4 (see the link for TORs)
  • Final Document and Submission:
  • Raw data and secondary data submission
  • At least 20 high resolution photographs from the field taken during the study METHODOLOGY

The consultant(s) will employ various methods, including in-situ/field surveys, literature review, mapping, participant observation, interviews with community members and practitioners, among others. Additionally, the consultant will conduct stakeholder consultative meetings to solicit the opinions of community members and stakeholders concerning their knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions regarding the subject matter.

All applicants should direct their soft copy of application to the procurement: e-mail at procurement@wwftz.org and or hard copy applications to the address indicated above. Deadline for submission is Friday 08th March 2024 at 4PM EAT. Interested applicants may get the detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) and specifications through the following websites: https://www.wwf.or.tz/jobs_and_opportunities/jobs/

WWF TCO reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the applications without assigning any reason thereof. Late application shall not be accepted for evaluation irrespective of the circumstance.
WWF has a principle of zero-tolerance to fraud and corruption, if you encounter such incident, report by sending an email to fcci@wwftz.org

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