Conservation Management of Eritrea's Coastal, Marine and Island Bi=
mb at coralcay.org
Wed Oct 13 06:28:22 EDT 1999
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 09:27:23 +0100
Reply-To: Maria Beger <mb at coralcay.org>
I have realised that the attachement of the message I posted yesterday was
not sent. I have attached the document with thhis email now. Sorry for any
inconveniences. Please do not respond to this query at this e-mail
address, instead reply to : fru at eol.com.er.
Ministry of Fisheries/UNDP, Eritrea
Conservation Management of Eritrea's Coastal, Marine and Island
The ECMI Project is a five-year (US$5m GEF-funded) nationally executed
project to help protect the coastal, marine and island biodiversity of
Eritrea. The project is seeking to identify: consultants to provide in-situ
training and technical advice; NGOs, research and training agencies for
ex-situ training for project personnel; and technical assistance for
reconnaissance aerial surveys.
(i)=09Short-term consultancies (Duty Station: Massawa, Eritrea):
Integrated Coastal Zone Management Trainer/Advisor
Marine Parks Trainer/Advisor
Coastal Marine Ecology Trainer/Advisor
Data Management Trainer/Advisor
(ii)=09Ex-situ short training courses:
Project management study tour (duration: 2 weeks; trainees: 2)
Environmental law for coastal and marine issues, conflict resolution and
mitigation (duration: 4 weeks; trainees: 1)
Public awareness and marketing and production of interpretive materials
(duration: 4 weeks; trainees: 1)
Marine Protected Area personnel training - management attachment (duration:
3 months; trainees: 2)
Study tours (preferably regional) to community-based marine management
locations (duration: 2 weeks; trainees: open)
Communications, library and curatorial training course (duration: 4 weeks;
Participatory Rural Appraisal and other socio-economic survey techniques
(duration: 4 weeks; trainees: 1)
GIS design and application and data management (duration: 4 weeks;
(Note: The duration of each course is flexible. In some cases,
responsibility for the structure and implementation of these courses are
included in the terms of reference of the relevant project consultants).
(iii)=09Ex-situ higher degrees:
2 x MSc - Coastal Zone Management or related subjects.
1 x MSc - Marine Protected Areas or related subjects.
1 x MSc - Tropical Marine Ecology or related subjects.
2 x MSc - Coastal-Marine Information Management or related subjects.
1 x PhD - Coastal Zone Management or related subjects.
1 x PhD - Marine Protected Areas or related subjects.
1 x PhD - Coastal-Marine Information Management or related subjects.
(iv)=09Reconnaissance aerial surveys:
Reconnaissance aerial survey of the entire coastline and islands of
Eritrea, including marine megafaunal aerial surveys.
A copy of the project documentation (including a summary of the terms of
reference for consultants) is available upon request. Individuals or
organisations wishing to apply or submit tenders for one or more of these
project components should contact:
Peter Raines - Chief Technical Advisor
Email: fru at mof.gov.er
(Please quote ref: ECMI-PSR-99-6)
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