WWF has been awarded a 5-year $45 million Leader with Associate (LWA) award that focuses in “Targeting Natural Resource Corruption”. WWF is the lead in a consortium with the U4 Anti-Corruption Research Centre, TRAFFIC and the Terrorism Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC). The program will have global reach and combines a strong research element to generate new knowledge about what does or does not “work” in relation to effectively combating corruption in the area of renewable natural resources with an action oriented approach to implementing projects to test the hypotheses generated under the project.
This is an exciting project and is the first of its kind for WWF to implement. It will support one of the key pillars of the Governance Practice globally as well as enable numerous WWF offices to develop more effective governance and anti-corruption approaches to their work. The project will be high profile and require a significant amount of coordination and outreach with other partners – including the UN, bilateral donors, international NGOs and local civil society organizations.
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Specialist
Description: The MEL Coordinator will formulate the overall monitoring, evaluation and learning agenda for TNRC, and will be responsible for tracking progress and ensuring auditable documentation for all results claimed. S/he leads the development, rollout and implementation of performance monitoring and evaluation systems. S/he also contributes substantially to developing and implementing communications strategies for effective research uptake. In consultation with Consortium members, s/he makes recommendations for program improvements based on analyses of program results (positive or negative) and assesses the ongoing and net impacts of project contributions. S/he provides feedback to the Chief of Party and others on sustainability of programs as currently implemented, cost effectiveness versus impact, ongoing relevance, and provides lessons for application to TNRC.
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