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Deadline : 31/03/2021
Action Against Hunger being the leading organization in a consortium which comprises CARE international, Search for common ground and group URD, is implementing resilience activities aimed at improving economic and social inclusion and recovery in the Lake Chad region across Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, and Niger. Part of the RESILAC project’s intervention plan includes strengthening of institutional capacities and actions towards sustainable development, social cohesion and economic recovery in Kukawa, Monguno and Jere LGAs of Borno state.
In Nigeria the RESILAC project is developed along 4 main pillars:
Through its pillar three, the RESILAC project Nigeria aims to straighten the capacity of Local Government Administration (LGA) on economic and social development, as part of a logic of territory construction. The local development plan is a process that insists on the dimension of wealth creation by local actors and a strategy to promote employment through the development of micro and small projects.
The Local Development Plan (LDP) as the main tool of the LGA in the exercise of its responsibility for local socio-economic development. Every community is required to have an LDP; it constitutes the frame of reference for all interventions in local development.
For supporting the targeted LGAs (Jere, Monguno, and Kukawa) on the process to develop their local plan development, the RESILAC project in Nigeria is recruiting an external Consultant to lead this activity.
All interested consultants should send Expression of Interest electronically before 31st March 2021 to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “PD-ABU-01360-001_EoI_E4A RESILAC Local Development Plan Consultancy Service” in order to receive the full ToR. Proposal without request of the full ToR will not accepted.