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WWF Viet Nam is looking for a service provider (consultant or consultant team) to conduct an analysis of (reputational, economic, environmental and other) risks to – notably private sector - actors in the sand value chain arising from adverse impacts of sand mining in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.
Supervised by: Project Director
Work location: Viet Nam with at least three field trips in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.
Duration: May 1st 2021 - August 31st 2021
HOW TO APPLY:
Details on the application process and terms of reference can be found HERE.
The call is open to an international or national consortia or a mixed team including international and national experts/organization. The interested bidder shall submit the bidding dossier in single stages. A soft copy in PDF of the application should be sent to email@example.com. Application e-mail must have the subject heading indicating IKI SMP Economic analysis.
Deadline for submission of bids is April 22nd, 2021 - 17.00 hrs ICT.
Questions for clarifications can be submitted until April 5th - 17.00 hrs ICT.
The bids submitted after the deadline prescribed will not be considered.
Incomplete bid dossiers will not be considered.
Only selected candidate(s) will be contacted on the outcome of their tender
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