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Call for Proposal Consultant to Gain Commitment from Downstream Companies to Source Sustainable Palm Oil HSBC – Asia Sustainable Palm Oil Links (ASPOL) Project

Posted on 14 January 2022
Author by WWF

Background

Through ASPOL project, funded by HSBC, WWF Indonesia aims to gain commitment from downstream companies,  including  consumer  goods  manufacturers,  retailers,  hotels,  and  restaurants,  to  source sustainable palm oil for domestic consumers. Their role in the value chain is considerably significant to drive changes at the production level as producers are really looking at the buyer’s interests. Having that said, the availability of certified products in the market relies strongly on how the downstream companies demand for such items. 

Duration

The duration of the contract will be from February 2022 to June 2022.

How To Apply

  • Interested candidates must send to WWF a 5 to 7-page proposal detailing how the deliverables will be achieved (the approach and the sequence of each activity, the methodology on developing sustainable retail guidelines) along with a budget and timeline per activity. 

  • Additionally,  candidates  must  submit  a  description  of  their  qualifications  relevant  to  this consultancy, a CV, and contact information for at least two professional references. 

Please  submit  all  application  materials  to  Niki  Nofari  ([email protected]) and procurement ([email protected]).  Applications  will  be accepted until January 24 th , 2022, and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. WWF reserves the right not to accept any tenders submitted. 

For other information such as Goal, Scope of Work, Deliverables, Qualifications, Activities & Timeline, Funding, information, see the attached TOR.


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