Country: South Africa
The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a self-monitoring mechanism established in 2003 by Heads of State and Government, to which member states of the African Union voluntarily accede. Its purpose and mandate are spelled out in the Declaration on Democracy, Political, Economic and Corporate Governance adopted by the African Heads of State and Government at the inaugural Session of the Assembly of the African Union in Durban, South Africa, in 2002.
APRM Continetal Secretariat intends to procure the services of experienced Consultants to undertake the Country Review in the thematic areas of Democracy and Political Governance (DPG), Economic Governance and Management (EGM), Socio-Economic Development (SED), and Corporate Governance(CG).
The Objectives of the Country Review Mission (CRM) is to visit the relevant APRM member state and carry out the widest possible range of consultations with the Government officials, political parties, parliamentarians, academia, trade unions, faith-based organizations, business, professional bodies, and others on Democracy and Political Governance (DPG), Economic Governance and Management (EGM), Socio-Economic Development (SED), and Corporate Governance(CG). issues.
SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT
The Consultancy service shall commence upon signing the contract and the duration for each assignment is estimated at two to three weeks. It is anticipated that there shall be about six-four (4) country reviews to be undertaken during the year 2022.
Interested consultants may obtain further information or clarification through email: email@example.com
Details of respective qualifications & experience can be downloaded below.
Kindly note that this is not an advertisement of the NEPAD/APRM Kenya Secretariat but that of the APRM Continental Secretariat. NEPAD/APRM Kenya Secretariat shall not forward applications sent to it to the APRM Continental Secretariat.