The consultant will be contracted for the following projects and activities:
Work with the PFIP team to write, edit and finalize publications (focus notes, lessons learned, blogs etc.) on PFIP projects and trending topics related to financial inclusion.
Details to be specified in call off ToR’s.
Edit, review and proof-read publications drafted by PFIP team.
Support the development of programme documents and project proposals.
Rework and summarize project closure reports and other final reports provided by consultants into PFIP publications, adapted to the right target audiences of the Programme.
Expected Outputs and Deliverables
The consultant will submit a Project Progress Report monthly.
The payment will be subject to a written satisfactory acceptance report provided by PFIP Knowledge Management Specialist.
PFIP will make the payment(s) against the actual number of days and work done.
The Consultant is required to submit quarterly workplan highlighting the key activities and outputs.
This needs to be agreed with the PFIP Knowledge Management Specialist.
PFIP will provide feedback on the work of the consultant to ensure the quality of deliverables.
The payments are subject to the submission of the project reports and documents and the subsequent approval of the Project Progress Reports.
Initial projects will be:
Final reporting PoWER studies
Publication on Digitizing school fees in Solomon Islands
FinEd lessons learned in Papua New Guinea
Overall PFIP country reports
The Consultant will report to the PFIP Knowledge Management Specialist.
The Consultant will provide feedback to PFIP by engaging via bi-weekly calls (or more frequently if necessary) with the PFIP Knowledge Management Specialist.
The successful individual will sign a UNDP Individual Consultant Long Term Agreement. The engagement will be on an intermittent basis with the stated duration based on the required services. UNDP will issue separate terms of reference and purchase order for each specific assignment as a call-off from this IC LTA. The TOR will outline the expected outputs, and the number of days to be engaged. There is expected to be a total of 9calls offs under this LTA.
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