After a period of dormancy, the Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) is undertaking to resume its activities in the region. To this end, the CCA is looking for a consultant to help implement its 5 year strategic plan for improving Caribbean environmental governance:

The Caribbean Conservation Association (CCA) has received a grant from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and intends to apply part of the proceeds to recruit a consultant for six months to assist the CCA with the implementation of its Strategic Plan 2009 -2014 and mobilizing resources (including human resources) to finance the implementation process.

The Consultant will be required to assist the CCA with:

(a) assessing the level and sources of donor funds to support implementation of CCA’s strategic plan;
(b) developing a focused operating plan for the strategic planning period based on a realistic estimate of the level of resources which will be mobilized;
(c) marketing the strategic and operating plan to major stakeholders, including the conduct of meetings and hosting of a stakeholder forum;
(d) mobilising resources to finance the implementation of the strategic plan including meeting the cost of the human and the financial resources required for effective implementation; and
(e) recruiting human resources to fill key positions including that of Executive Director.

Find out more in this request for Statements of Capability [pdf]. Submissions are due on or before July 20, 2010.

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  1. yean pierre fernández November 6, 2010 at 9:09 pm #

    Dear green people of CREP. Salud.
    We are very impressed with you work on the ecological Area. While visiting Caribbean Islands few years ego, I would like to comment and experiences few work done together with the Ministery of Agriculture affairs of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique, then we took soil samples and visit Government life stock.
    I’ll be visiting your beautiful island in few week, please allow me to contact and visit you; we have a ecological project to work together with schools, “Ecorecycleproyect”
    Till soon,
    Thank you. Yean Pierre Fernández Silva
    e-mail: artesdelreciclaje@hotmail.com

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