Calls for Bids

Call for Proposals

EcoPeace Middle East Environmental – Jordan is looking into the overall feasibility and economic viability/ creating a business case for supporting Locust (Solar farm investment opportunities) in the Jordan Valley through establishing new Solar farms located in the area.

The aim of this assignment is to build a momentum, target and encourage the private sector and investors to develop sustainable business in the JV.

EcoPeace Middle East is looking into the overall feasibility and economic viability  supporting solar renewable energy to the farmers in the Jordan Valley.

 

The overall aim of the assignment is to build a financial and technical feasibility study to develop

solar farms to the farmers in the Jordan valley to help them reduce the cost of electricity and increase their productions and competitiveness.

The solar farm project will be designed as wheeling B.O.T. agreement

The overall aim of the assignment is to build environmentally sustainable solutions, a financial and technical feasibility study for a concrete business case.

Interested consultants/firms are required to submit their technical and financial proposals to EcoPeace Middle East Environmental – Jordan within 15 working days of receiving the TOR. The technical proposal must contain a detailed deliverables schedule on submitting the economic feasibility study /business case within 90 days of beginning the assignment.

Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposals to Ms. Nour Abu Laban (Nour@EecoPeaceME.org).

For more detailed information and the terms of reference kindly click here.

Call for Proposals

 

EcoPeace Middle East Environmental – Jordan is looking into the overall feasibility and economic viability/ creating a business case for supporting Locust (grasshopper’s investment opportunities) in the Jordan Valley through establishing new farms located in the area.

Current statistics show that there are currently no farms in the Jordan Valley or elsewhere in Jordan. Establishing Locust(grasshoppers) farms in the Jordan Valley, as an alternative protein source, using new methods and technology to enable it to grow several species of grasshoppers quickly and under sanitary conditions. Its line of products includes grasshopper protein powder, food additives, and whole grasshoppers for gourmet food. Grasshoppers production is a zero-waste operation, with all materials converted into product, 20x better than meat.

The overall aim of the assignment is to build environmentally sustainable solutions, a financial and technical feasibility study for a concrete business case.

Interested consultants/firms are required to submit their technical and financial proposals to EcoPeace Middle East Environmental – Jordan within 15 working days of receiving the TOR. The technical proposal must contain a detailed deliverables schedule on submitting the economic feasibility study /business case within 90 days of beginning the assignment.

Interested applicants should submit their technical and financial proposals to Ms. Nour Abu Laban ( Nour@EcoPeaceME.org ).

For more detailed information and the terms of reference, click here.

Call for Consultant
EcoPeace is looking for a consultant to draft the first ever EcoPeace practical manual for environmental peacebuilding. The manual will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, methodology and practical tools developed by EcoPeace to civil society organizations working in areas affected by conflict and water insecurity. The manual is intended to complement EcoPeace’s guidance and support of organizations that wish to establish local environmental peacebuilding initiatives around the globe. For more information, please click here. The deadline for submission is March 10th, 2020.

Call for Contractor
EcoPeace is looking for an experienced video editor to create 2 high quality promotional videos (a short 1 minute video and a longer version between 10 to 15 minutes) and a series of short educational videos (from 3 to 5 videos – around 10 minutes each) to help share the organization’s knowledge and experience in environmental peacebuilding. For more information, please click here. The project will commence March 22nd, 2020.