Call for Proposals – Economic Evaluation of Apiary Industry

News | 19/09/10

The International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) is a coalition programme of three international conservation organizations, which was formed in 1991 to ensure the long-term conservation of the mountain gorilla and its regional afromontane and high altitude forest habitat.  The three organizations, African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), Fauna & Flora International (FFI) and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) formed the coalition on the principle of an equal partnership, collaboratively addressing the enormous conservation challenges in the region.

The programme operates in the three countries that share the habitat of the mountain gorillas: the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Uganda, and works in close partnership with the protected area authorities of the three countries (ICCN in DRC; RDB in Rwanda and UWA in Uganda).

IGCP is seeking a service of an experienced consultant (Firm or Individual) to undertake a Total Economic Evaluation of Apiary Industry in 12 sectors around Volcano National Park and Finalize baseline report.

For more details about the scope of the work, please refer to the attached TORs (click here for Word document) and consult IGCP website:

Interested bidders are requested to submit their full proposals (both technical and financial) and other documents judged important at IGCP’s office in Kigali; Off Boulevard de l’Umuganda, Opp. Parliament & Next to the Public Prosecutor’s Office. P.O.Box 931 by September 30th 2010 at 10:00am

Bid opening will follow at 11:00 am the same day. Done at Kigali, 18th September 2010

Eugene Rurangwa,

IGCP-TBNRM/Advocacy Coordinator & Country Representative for Rwanda

The International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) currently consists of Conservation International, Fauna & Flora International and the World Wide Fund for Nature. We recognise that the earth's survival is dependent on humanity's ability to maintain a healthy and balanced environment that includes all species of wildlife.