Based in Seoul, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an intergovernmental organization founded to support and promote a model of economic growth known as “green growth”, which targets key aspects of economic performance such a poverty reduction, job creation, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability. In the newly approved Strategy 2030, GGGI is driven by the vision of “a low-carbon, resilient world of strong, inclusive, and sustainable growth”.
This year, GGGI has a budget of USD 56 million and operations in 33 countries that produce approximately 100 green growth policy advisory outputs, 35 adopted green growth policies, and 70 knowledge products as well as mobilizing approximately USD 700 million in committed green and climate finance per annum. By 2030, GGGI will grow to at least 50 countries if it can mobilize revenues on the order of USD100-110 million per annum. At this scale, GGGI targets to mobilize over USD16 billion in green and climate finance commitments for its members. Our ex-ante impact assessment shows that GGGI would support its members to reduce emissions by an estimated one Gigaton of CO2e, generate 2 million green jobs and provide sustainable services to 100 million people.
GGGI partners with countries, multilateral institutions, government bodies, and private sector to help build economies that grow strongly and are more efficient and sustainable in the use of natural resources, less carbon intensive, and more resilient to climate change. The Government of Burkina Faso ratified the Paris Agreement on 11 November 2016, and it entered into force on 11 December 2016. As part of its climate actions outlined in its nationally determined contributions (NDC), the country is increasingly aware that it is essential to integrate green growth approaches within its economic growth strategies.
GGGI Burkina Faso is looking for a consultant that will provide technical support to the Government of Burkina Faso in revising the country’s NDC, including raising its ambition as part of the Paris Agreement’s NDC update process, by providing guidance on the tools and knowledge needed to prepare the NDC.
Under the guidance of the GGGI Burkina Faso’s Country Representative in Ouagadougou and GGGI HQ Staff, and in consultation with the Ministry of Environment (Secretariat Permanent du Conseil National pour le Développement Durable – SP/CNDD), the National Data Collection Consultant, will conduct consultations to initiate the identification of objectives, actors and their roles. In addition, the position will build and develop the stakeholders’ (sectorial, NGO, CSO and private sector) capacity on data collection, processing and management methods. Based on the stakeholders identified and their expected roles and responsibilities as identified from the previous activity, they will be classified and grouped, typically based on their sectors and existing and potential data and information management practices.
Supporting the classification of stakeholders by groups for potential data and information management practices: setting-up the groups and, organization of data and information management practices sessions.
Excellent written and spoken communications skills in French and good English written and spoken communications skills are required.
Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered. Please notice that “Date to close” is Korean Standard Time (KST) – not Burkina Faso time.
Applications and CVs must be sent in English.
GGGI evaluates applications based on eligibility requirements, relevance of academic study, work experience and the level of interest and motivation to contribute to GGGI's goals. If your application is successful, you will be asked to participate in a competency based interview.
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