UNDP Situational Analysis of Public-Private Dialogue in Kenya for the Development of Public – Private Dialogue Policy National Individual Consultant

National Individual Consultant
 
Situational Analysis of Public – Private Dialogue in Kenya for the Development of Public – Private Dialogue Policy
 
Background
 
The desire to have an institutionalised public – private dialogue framework is shared by both the government and  private sector in Kenya, and has received support from some development partners in the country. 

The initial  attempt to create a policy in this area was in 2007 when a Draft “Public Sector Stakeholder Partnerships Policy”  was developed but stalled at that stage. 

Back then, the idea was basically rooted within the NARC government’s  development blueprint known as “Economic Recovery Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation (ERSWEC-2007-2012). 
Since 2007, however, the national development and political landscape has shifted significantly. 
A new long-term national development blueprint known as Vision 2030 was launched later in 2007 and a new Constitution promulgated in 2010.

Through the support from UNDP, the Ministry of Devolution and Planning has partnered with KEPSA to steer a process that will eventually develop a widely-owned National Public-Private Dialogue Policy to institutionalize publicprivate dialogue in Kenya. 
This is necessary for driving Vision 2030 but is also mandatory in respect of the various provisions of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
 
Objective
 
The process of developing a Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy sees at its steps, the need to appraise (undertake situational analysis of) the practice of public-private dialogue in Kenya, at the national and the devolved levels of governance to generate deeper insights on the existing public-private dialogue mechanisms (whether formal or informal), their successes and constraints and recommendations to be used in development of national PPD Policy.
 
Application Procedure
 
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications which should include the following:
 
1. UNDP Personal History Form (P11)
 
2. Detailed Curriculum Vitae
 
3. Proposal for implementing the assignment
 
Please quote “Sustainable Analysis of PPD in Kenya” on the subject line.
 
Applications should be emailed to consultants.ken@undp.org to reach us not later than Friday, 6 September 2013 at 4.00 P.M Kenya Time.

Please see the Terms of Reference, the P11 form, the Individual Contract Proposal form and the Terms and Conditions of Individual Contracts by visiting the UNDP Kenya Website: –
http://www.ke.undp.org/content/kenya/en/home/operations/procurement


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