Projet MED4EBM: l'Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer de Tunisie recherche un auditeur externe
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The Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la Mer (INSTM) based in Tunisia, partner 4 in the MED4EBM "Mediterranean Forum For Applied Ecosystem-Based Management" project is looking for an external auditor.
The deadline for the submission of quotations is Monday, 21 September 2020.
Related information on the main responsibilities, qualification and skills, professional experience, and procedures for application are available in the docuements belos:
About the MED4EBM project
MED4EBM aims at providing relevant institutions and stakeholders with a set of innovative tools to overcome the main factors limiting the widespread incorporation of EBM into ICZM. These tools include an operational protocol and a software package to make ecosystem-based ICZM much easier to apply for the professional team, the stakeholders and the decision-makers involved. The said protocol is capable of handling the ICZM multi-stakeholders analytical processes through a straight-forward path, providing analytical methods and tools easy-to-apply as based on deterministic rather than statistical ecological and socio-economic assessments. Governments and other ICZM stakeholders can use this platform to take informed decisions on planning and managing coastal-marine resources to achieve ICZM on the ground. In turn, this will help wide-spreading EBM in the Mediterranean consistently with the Barcelona Convention and its ICZM Protocol. MED4EBM is implemented in partnership between 6 organizations, 2 from Jordan (UNDP-Jordan/Lead Beneficiary, and JREDS), 2 from Italy (PROGES and Associazione Amici della Terra), 1 from Tunisia (INSTM) and TCNR from Lebanon.