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National Consultant for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Resilience Mainstreaming
Technical Assistance on
Mainstreaming of Disaster and Climate Resilience in Rural Areas of Cambodia
Cambodia Land Allocation for Social and Economic Development Project III (LASED III)

The World Bank is providing a technical assistance to the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) to mainstream disaster risk management (DRM) in rural areas through analytics that supports resilience building of land tenure security, agricultural and social services, and small-scale infrastructure. The consulting services (“the Services”) is sought to assist RGC in DRM mainstreaming of communities planning activities conducted as part of the Cambodia Land Allocation for Social and Economic Development Project III (LASED III) implemented from 2020-2026. The project activities include (i) Community DRM Mainstreaming and (ii) National Policy Dialogue and Advocacy.
This Consulting Assignment pertains to Task 1 Community DRM Mainstreaming consisting of the following sub-tasks:
Task 1.1. identification of candidate communities and development of the DRM and (a) resilience mainstreaming framework for rural investment.
Task 1.2. Pilot-testing of the DRM mainstreaming and resilience framework in selected (b) communities.
The required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services include but not limited to:
(i) At least 10 years of professional experience in relevant fields such as DRM/climate change adaptation, community livelihood, social development, community development, flood/drought risk assessment
(ii) Advanced university degree (master’s degree or equivalent preferred) in a relevant discipline such as civil infrastructure engineering, agricultural sciences, hydrology, geography, disaster risk management, climate change, community development, or related fields and
(iii) Relevant experience in completing at least three technical assistance projects of similar assignments with focus on hazard, exposure, vulnerability, and risk assessments and climate-screening of rural investments.
The duration of this assignment is initially 60 working days, extendable depending on the project needs and performance, for 16 months from the date of commencement of service, which is tentatively planned in mid-December 2021.
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Interest applicants, please submit your application to Ms. Socheat Ath, [email protected].

Closing date: November 30, 2021 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)