» Call for proposals: “STI for Development: Mainstreaming STI in the Islamic Development Bank Group towards Memb...
05.02.2018 - Natural Sciences Sector

Call for proposals: “STI for Development: Mainstreaming STI in the Islamic Development Bank Group towards Member Countries”

UNESCO is supporting the efforts of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDBG) to enhance the role of Science, Technology and Innovation in the IsDBG’s interventions and to create synergies between its 10-year Strategic Framework and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This part of the IsDBG’s ongoing efforts to go beyond sole financing of projects and become an impactful knowledge organisation.

This cooperation aims to improve the sustainable development of IsDBG member countries and UNESCO Member States through Science, Technology and Innovation policies and policy instruments.

In this context, UNESCO is calling for written proposal by consultants to participate in the project “STI for Development: Mainstreaming STI in the Islamic Development Bank Group towards Member Countries”. The proposal shall target one of the following activities:

Senior institutional Science, Technology and Innovation policy consultant
(Full request for proposals)

  • Use the GO-SPIN methodology (https://en.unesco.org/go-spin) to prepare and deliver analytical contents for a Science, Technology and Innovation Institutional Profile for the Islamic Development Bank.
  • Prepare an Institutional Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Draft for the Islamic Development Bank.

 

Senior Science, Technology and Innovation operations consultant
(Full request for proposals)

  • Desk study about Science, Technology and Innovation performance, policies and explicit policy instruments in Islamic Development Bank member countries
  • Recommendation of a series of Science, Technology and Innovation policy instruments specific for development banks

 

The consultants will work in the framework of the cooperation between UNESCO and the Islamic Development Bank. 

The closing date of the call is 25 February 2018 (midnight, Paris Time).

Please send the proposal to mr.galindo-moreno(at)unesco.org following the instructions in Terms of Reference found in the full requests hyperlinked above.

 




<- Back to: All news
Back to top