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CDKN is a multi-year, multi-million pound programme, with its global hub offices in London, United Kingdom (PwC, LEAD International and Overseas Development Institute), and regional offices in Quito, Ecuador (Fundacion Futuro Latinoamericano); Islamabad, Pakistan (LEAD Pakistan); and Cape Town, South Africa (SouthSouthNorth).

This page lists the current vacancies among the member organisations of this CDKN alliance. Where individual jobs are advertised, applications must be made to the member organisation directly. Each has its own specific human resourcesHuman capital includes household members, active labor, education, knowledge and skills.R&D expertise; Agricultural practices experience, Management practices / management experience (IFC, 2010) process and requirements, so do follow the links and take note of these.

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Deputy Project Coordinator – Building Climate Resilience in Limpopo Basin, Mozambique

The deadline for submitting a cover letter and CV is 5pm UK time 15th February 2015

A key focus of the Limpopo Basin project is the integration of climate resilience at every stage of project development. Efforts to climate-proof the selected waterClimate change is expected to exacerbate current stresses on water resources from population growth and economic and land-use change, including urbanisation. On a regional scale, mountain snow pack, glaciers and small ice caps play a crucial role in freshwater availability. Widespread mass ... infrastructure project will help to ensure the sustainability of the project and the well-being and livelihoodsSustainable livelihood includes job opportunities that are of a non-invasive type, and exclude extensive felling, heavy fishery, mono-cultures and other activities than permanently harm the environment; it also includes an lifestyle that takes care of any gives assets, such as fresh water or ... of vulnerable communities in the Limpopo Basin. It will also provide the necessary analysis to help the Government of Mozambique leverage investment for construction and implementation, including access to climate finance.

With institutional support and oversight by the Government of Mozambique’s Southern Region Water Administration (ARA-Sul), the role of the Deputy Project Coordinator will be to:

(i) Support the Project Coordinator (to be appointed by ARA-Sul, in agreement with AfDB) in

(ii) Oversee the process of integrating climate resilience into the scope and implementation of the managing the project, as needed, and pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, Environmental and Social Impact Assessments, and financing strategy.

The Deputy Project Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the project under the supervision of the Project Coordinator (a part-time position).

Find more information about the role here.


Invitation to Tender: TAAF-0051c Supporting the Government of Ethiopia with developing pipeline programme and investment strategy to access funds from the Green Climate Fund

The deadline for submitting a proposal is 12pm UK time 4th February 2015

CDKN is seeking a supplier to support the Government of Ethiopia to develop a large-scale pipeline of climate compatible developmentClimate compatible development is development that minimises the harm caused by climate impacts, while maximising the many human development opportunities presented by transitions to a low emissions, resilient future. Charting a path towards climate compatible development will be a major ... (CCD) projects and programmes, and to develop a climate investment strategy that is aligned to the country’s second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II) which is currently in development.

Find an overview including key deadlines and relevant documents here.