Development, Design and Pilot of Curriculum for Online Courses for Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) Negotiators’ Training in the Caribbean Region

Closing Date: September 8, 2023
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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) intends to award a service contract for the Development, Design and Pilot of Curriculum for Online Courses for Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) Negotiators’ Training in the Caribbean RegionThe overall purpose of the consultancy is to provide courses in the area of international diplomacy for environmental negotiations with a clear focus on the continuous development and maintenance of core processes for negotiators skills and related assessment practices. Ultimately, this consultancy is intended to build the capacity of Caribbean government officials engaged in international environmental negotiations to meaningfully participate and contribute to various Conventions’ negotiations processes. Additionally, other stakeholders, such as representatives of non-governmental organizations and private sector may apply to the course. This will result in the development of knowledge sharing tools, guidelines and mechanisms for effective implementation of selected biodiversity and chemicals and waste conventions and COP readiness and support.  Participation in the courses facilitates a community of practitioners sharing similar knowledge and guidelines.

Expression of Interest must be received no later than 16:00 hours on Friday, 8 September 2023, and can be submitted by E-mail to: procurement@caricom.org and selwin.grenion@caricom.org .

The CARICOM Secretariat reserves the right to reject all applications or to cancel the present invitation partially or in its entirety. It will not be bound to assign any reason for not short-listing any applicant and will not defray any costs incurred by any applicant in the preparation and submission of Expression of Interest.

Programme Manager, Procurement

CARICOM Secretariat

Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown

Guyana

procurement@caricom.org and selwin.grenion@caricom.org

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