Resilient Rice Landscape and Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) Specialist
Home Based - May require travel (Home Based)
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The FAO led GEF LDCF (Global Environment Facility Least Developed Countries Fund) project “RICE-Adapt\: Promoting Climate-Resilient Livelihoods in Rice-Farming Communities in the lower Ayeyarwady and Sittaung River Basins” supports implementation of priorities identified in the NDC, NAP process and NAPA of Myanmar. Specifically it will contribute to enhance the resilience and adaptive capacities of vulnerable rice-producing communities in the lower Ayeyarwady and Sittaung River Basins in Myanmar through an ecosystem based and market driven approach.
Under the overall supervision of the FAO Representative in Myanmar, close coordination with Assistant FAOR (Programme), technical supervision of the Lead Technical Officer (RAP), in collaboration with the RAP FAO GEF Specialists and FAO GEF Unit, the incumbent will perform the following tasks.
The International Resilient Rice Landscape and Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) Specialist and GEF LDCF expert will be responsible for the development of the project document and associated annexes and will coordinate the implementation of the preparatory activities, collection of baseline information needed in consultation with stakeholders and leading to the development of the full project document.
Tasks and responsibilities
CANDIDATES WILL BE ASSESSED AGAINST THE FOLLOWING
FAO Core Competencies
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