Consultancy Service for Socio-Economic Survey of Mangrove Forest adjacent communities in Northern Kilifi County
Nature Kenya—the East Africa Natural History Society (EANHS)—is Africa’s oldest environmental Society, established in 1909 to promote the study and conservation of nature in eastern Africa. Its Vision is “A world where nature and people thrive together”, while its Mission is “Connecting nature and people for a sustainable future”.
Nature Kenya’s work is firmly based on partnership, science and action. Nature Kenya is part of a consortium of organizations in three Countries of the Western Indian Ocean Region implementing a project title ‘Sustainable use of mangroves in the Western Indian Ocean Region’
Nature Kenya is seeking to recruit national consultant to undertake Socio-Economic Survey of mangrove forest adjacent communities in northern Kilifi County
Socio-Economic Survey of Mangrove Forest adjacent communities in Northern Kilifi County
Expected Duration: 40 Days
The national Consultant will be hired over a period of 40 days and should have the following: An advanced university degree in social sciences, environmental sciences, sustainable development or equivalent.
At least 5 years’ experience in carrying out similar socioeconomic studies or in local development; Experience and knowledge of the study environment; Have good knowledge and analytical skills of the NBEs value chain. For this consultancy, fluency in oral and written English is a requirement and proficiency language skills in oral and written Swahili is desirable. Read task description here.
Submission and applications
Consultant will be selected in a competitive manner based on applications received. If interested and suitably qualified, submit your application to [email protected], Att. The Executive Director, Nature Kenya. The application should include the following documents;
- Personal CV indicating all relevant past experiences and main competencies;
- A brief description (max 2 pages) indicating why the consultant is the most suitable for the assignment, including a short description of the plan and methods envisaged to meet the assignment objectives;
- A detailed budget.
Deadline for applications is 25th October 2023.