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TE VAKA MOANA - Programme co-ordination and management facility - Request for proposals
Thursday, 28 April 2011 13:27

Submission deadline on the 9th of May 2011

 

The New Zealand Aid Programme, acting for and on behalf of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), and for the participants to the Te Vaka Moana Arrangement, are inviting submissions of responses from suitably qualified and experienced persons to drive forward the advisory, co-ordination and management tasks required for carrying out the planned activities within the Te Vaka Moana Development Programme.

 

 

The Heads of the Fisheries Administrations of Cook Islands, New Zealand, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau and Tonga signed the Te Vaka Moana Arrangement (TVMA) in January 2010.  TVMA seeks to ‘secure, protect and enhance long-term economic benefits able to be derived from Polynesian fisheries and protect their important contribution to food security of the communities’.  New Zealand’s Aid Programme is seeking to support the implementation of TVMA through the establishment of the Te Vaka Moana Development Programme.

TVM participants have specifically requested an advisory, co-ordination and management body be established to support the implementation of activities and facilitate co-ordination across donors and regional agencies.  A Programme Co-ordination and Management Facility is proposed to fulfill this function and would be contracted by New Zealand’s Aid Programme but work to the Governing Council of Te Vaka Moana. Initially this is envisaged to be a single consultant, with sub-contracted technical support.

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