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Capacity Development Needs Assessment

WWF is an international non-governmental organization founded in 1961 working to build a future where people live in harmony with nature. The mission of WWF is to stop degradation of the planet’s natural environment by conserving biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption, through cooperation with local communities to secure sustainable and resilient rural livelihoods as a key conservation approach with energy and climate change adaptation and mitigation as a cross cutting approach in all program.


WWF Tanzania has received grants from EU for supporting implementation of “Integrated Approach for Trans­formation of Tanzania Fuel Wood Value Chain Project-TFWVC”. This is a 3-year project that intends to strengthen capacity of Tanzania government public institutions particularly Tanzania Forest Agency Services (TFS), Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT), LGAs and Resident Magistrate, Attorney General Chambers and public prosecutors to promote sustainable forest management and wood-fuel production in rural areas, with an overall aim of enhancing environmental sustainability, in particular the sustainability of the wood-fuel value chain. The project is being implemented in Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Tabora, Morogoro, Tanga and Coastal regions. The project has allocated some funds for conducting capacity development needs assessment, collate data and information that will inform the designing and delivery of the capacity building programmes and interventions aforementioned targeted beneficiary institutions. Based on the above back­ground, WWF is seeking a team of consultants/ experts to undertake the consultancy work. The assessment will include a detailed capacity assessment to establish gaps and needs of MNRT, TFS, LGAs and Resident Magistrate, Attorney General Chambers and public prosecutors in the project areas in forest law enforcement, evidence gathering and prosecution procedures, delivery of forest extension and publicity services.

In order to effectively support specific and tailored capacity development for each target institution underthe project, WWF Tanzania intends to hire a team of experts to conduct capacity development needs assessment to establish gaps and the required capacity development to inform the designing, strategy development and approach forthe capacity building programs.

Terms of Reference (ToRs) has been prepared to guide the experts on the requirement for this assignment. Interested applicants may get the detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) and specifications through the following website; please, submit your full proposal to procurement email at: (Only electronic application will be accept- edjand please, also remember that, for uniformity reasons, Technical and financial proposals should indicate the title of the assignment “A Consultancy Work for Capacity Development Needs Assessment” addressed to;


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Procurement Committee,

WWF Tanzania Country Office, Plot 252 Kiko Street Mikocheni,

  1. 0. Box 63117, Dar es Salaam.

The application should be submitted to the above email by or before, before 1700 hrs local time, Friday, 16th February, 2024.

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