United Nations Development Programme Global Environment Facility Full Project – Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity on the South African Wild Coast



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PART II: ORGANOGRAM OF PROJECT



GOAL:

A representative system of protected areas in priority bioregions is established effectively managed and contributes to sustainable development.



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PART III: TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR KEY PROJECT STAFF



1. Co-management Active Support Unit (CASU)
1.1 Project coordinator

Functions: The Project coordinator will have direct overall responsibility for the implementation, and coordination, of all project activities.

The Project coordinator will specifically be responsible for the:



  • Establishment and equipping of the CASU

  • Contracting and management of CASU staff, project specialists and project service providers

  • Preparation and submission of a 5-year project business plan and annual work plans

  • Preparation and submission of project progress reports to stakeholders and UNDP

  • Preparation and maintenance of project financial reports

  • Alignment and coordination of the activities of the project with the Wild Coast Program activities

  • Development and implementation of the stakeholder engagement and communication plan

  • Development and implementation of the training plan

  • Design, development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation plans and systems

  • Implementation of the replication plan

  • Development and implementation of the capacity building plan

  • Maintenance of political, public and institutional support for the project

  • Negotiation of co-financing from committed project funding sources

  • Development and maintenance of co-management agreements

  • Development of strategic and operational plans for PAs

  • Implementation of key strategic management interventions in PAs

  • Expansion and rationalization of the PA estate

  • Development of mechanisms for financial self-sustainability of PAs

  • Maintenance of a knowledge management system for the project

Duration: 5 years


Outputs: The Project coordinator will be directly responsible for delivering the following project outputs:

  • Inception, quarterly and annual project reports

  • Project work-plans

  • Project financial reports

  • Stakeholder engagement and communication reports

  • Training reports

  • Capacity building reports

  • Monitoring and evaluation system and reports

  • Operational guidelines, norms, standards and regulations for co-management

  • Policy, strategy, procedures and monitoring requirements for sustainable use of key natural resources

  • Strategic plans for Pas

  • Fire, enforcement, forest rehabilitation, sustainable natural resource use and invasive alien plant operational programs for PAs

  • Co-management agreements for Pas

  • Updated and gazetted policy and guidelines for the CCA

  • Project Terminal Report

Institutional arrangements: The Project coordinator will be appointed by the ECPB on a contractual appointment. The Project coordinator will report directly to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the ECPB. The Project coordinator will require office space, office furniture, office equipment, computer facilities and a vehicle.
1.2 Community specialist

Functions: The Community specialist will have a direct responsibility for the establishment and maintenance of a communication, capacity building and liaison relationship with local community structures, traditional structures and local municipal structures.

The Community specialist will specifically be responsible for the:



  • Provision of specialist inputs into the drafting of the project business plan, project work plans, project progress reports, stakeholder engagement and communication plan, training and capacity building plan and monitoring and implementation system

  • Direct engagement of local community structures in the project development and implementation

  • Facilitation of the establishment, development and ongoing maintenance of co-management agreements and associated institutional structures

  • Provision of support to local community institutions to equitably and optimally benefit from project activities

  • Provision of inputs into the identification of training and capacity building needs of community, local municipal and traditional structures

  • Provision of a facilitation service between the project activities and local community institutions

  • Provision of advice to the CASU about community perceptions and concerns that may be raised from time to time about the efficacy of project activities and proposed strategic responses

  • Maintenance of community representation on the project and the Wild Coast Program governance structures

  • Provision of inputs into the development of operational guidelines, norms, standards and regulations for co-management

  • Provision of inputs into policy, strategy, procedures and monitoring requirements for sustainable use of key natural resources

  • Contracting and management of service providers providing facilitation support to local community institutions

Duration: 5 years


Outputs: The Community specialist will be directly responsible for delivering the following project outputs:

  • Training and capacity building programs for local community institutions

  • Local community engagement, capacity building and training progress reports

  • Co-management agreements for Pas

Institutional arrangements: The Community specialist will be appointed by the ECPB on a contractual appointment. The Community specialist will be a full-time staff member of the CASU and report directly to the Project Coordinator. The Community specialist will require office space, office furniture, office equipment, computer facilities and a vehicle.
1.3 Training specialist

Functions: The Training specialist will have a direct responsibility for the design, development and implementation of a training and capacity building program that supports ECPB, local community institutions and other strategic key institutions to broker, develop and maintain co-management agreements.

The Training specialist will specifically be responsible for the:



  • Conducting of training needs assessments for different institutions

  • Design, development and implementation of the training and capacity building plans for different institutions

  • Provision of specialist inputs into the drafting of the project business plan, project work plans, project progress reports, stakeholder engagement and communication program and monitoring and implementation system

  • Contracting and management of service providers providing training and capacity building programs to different institutions

  • Establishment and maintenance of a liaison between the project activities and other complementary skills development and capacity building initiatives
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