Request for Bid to review and amend the draft MPA management plan and zone to incorporate the proposed expanded boundaries in St Mark and St John.
Project name: Building Community Resilience and Ecosystem-Based Adaptation to Climate Change in Selected Communities along the West Coast in Grenada.
Grenada Community Development Agency, (GRENCODA), is an indigenous non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental development Agency committed to the development of Grenada’s rural communities. The Agency started in 1985, and was formally registered as a non-profit organization under the Grenada Companies Ordinance on 13 January 1986. The registered office is located on Lower Depradine Street in Gouyave in the Parish of St John – one of the rural parishes located on the west coast of Grenada. The Agency exists “to provide guidance and support to rural individuals, families and communities to improve their quality of life. It does this by encouraging people’s participation in community-based initiatives, which will build self-reliance, particularly among small farmers, low-income workers, women and youth.” The mission is grounded in a philosophy of gender equity and sustainable development that is inclusive and participatory.
The main activities include, inter alia:
To review and amend the existing draft MPA (Marine Protected Area) management plan and zones to incorporate the proposed expanded boundaries or to provide a separate plan for the St Mark MPA. The Management Plan will demonstrate the main features of the MPA. The Management Plan will set out the administrative approach, goals and objectives, together with a framework for decision making and enforcement authority, which will be applied in the marine protected area for as long as the MPA remains recognised so that it may be established in legislation.
GRENCODA invites interested consultants experienced in Marine Biology, Ecology, Fisheries or related background to request the Terms of Reference (ToR) via email address [email protected] from Monday, 25 April 2022 until Friday, 20 May 2022, which is the deadline for submission of bid.
Lower Depradine Street
Gouyave, St John, Grenada