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Terms of Reference for the Study

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Title: Terms of Reference for the Study  
Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Language: English
Subject: United Nations., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAO agriculture series, Agriculture
Collections: United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Collection
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Publisher: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Digitizer: Fao


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Excerpt: Terms of reference: The Consultant, under the general direction of the Project Operations Officer, RAPR, FAO and in close co-operation with the Programme Coordinator and staff of the BOBP, its counterpart agencies and key stakeholders, shall identify, extract and documentthe learnings of the Third Phase ofthe Bay of Bengal Programme of the FAO. The Consultant shall ... Review the past and current activities of BOBP, the approaches and methodologies used, the outcome of various pilot activities, as well as their impacts in the participating countries. The lessons learnt should highlight both positive and negative aspects as guiding elements to be taken into consideration in similar future activities ... Study the existing documentation in terms of publications, other material outputs and files; hold in-depth discussions with counterpart staffoffisheries, key stakeholder representatives and other agencies directly involved in implementation and cooperation with BOBP; discuss with BOBP and FAO staff modalities of operation, problems and constraints encountered ... Visit pilot activity locations in member-countries for in-depth discussions with counterpart staffdirectly involved in implementation and with key stakeholder representatives; hold in-depth discussions with senior technical and administrative staff of concerned government agencies and with decision-makers associated with and concerned with the Programme and its activities ... Identify and document the learnings of the Programme, and discuss them, with a view to verify and confirm the findings, withBOBP andFAO staffand in a regional meeting ofmember countries? representatives, if necessary ... Prepare and submit the report on the learnings of the Programme to BOBP and FAO.


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