UN Secretariat
Development of an STI-led cross-sectoral Circular Economy Roadmap for abating GHG emissions in S ... Request for EOI

Reference: EOIUNON20039
Beneficiary countries: South Africa
Registration level: Basic
Published on: 26-Jul-2022
Deadline on: 12-Aug-2022 00:00 0.00

The United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), on behalf of Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) invites qualified interested firms to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) to participate in the upcoming solicitation for provision of technical assistance to develop an STI-led cross-sectoral circular economy roadmap in South Africa. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on behalf of the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) requires the services of an institution to deliver the technical assistance. The overall objective of this technical assistance is to establish a clear and effective Science, Technology and Innovation (STI)-led Circular Economy Roadmap (STI4CE Roadmap) and pilot project under the Department of Science and Innovation based on scientific and market evidence, as well as stakeholder alignment, which supports the larger national effort to transition towards a circular economy. Some of the expected outcome, outputs and activities are; • Development of communication documents • Diagnosis of the Circular Economy Landscape in South Africa • Identification and schematization of CE-related policies, stakeholders, and initiatives • Identification of circular economy priority areas and activities for STI in South Africa • Analysis of STI-related activities of the DSI and other institutions related to circular economy • Stakeholder workshop to define circular economy priority areas and activities for STI in South Africa. • Development of a draft STI4CE Roadmap. • Identification and preparation of a Circular Economy Pilot Project. The complete details of the requirement will be provided in the tender documents that will be issued to bidders after this request for EOI is closed.

Ms. Jecinta Cheruiyot