World Wildlife Fund – Kenya has operated in Kenya since 1962 with an initial focus on wildlife conservation, it has since expanded to encompass management of scarce water resources, conservation of disappearing forests, climate and energy work, management of marine resources and governance programmes, among others. WWF-Kenya initially operated as a programme office under WWF-International but in October 2016 was registered into a national organisation with a local board and is now firmly rooted in Kenya. WWF Kenya is strategically placed to address
the ever-escalating environmental concerns amid important opportunities for national development.
WWF Kenya is in the process of sourcing for proposals for a consultant to conduct a detailed feasibility/scoping study of the PES programme to determine the potential and extent of scalability.
Download the full request for proposal document for more information.
Proposal documents should be received on or before 9th October 2020 at noon (East African Time) No application will be accepted after the deadline.