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Termos de Referência (Coordenador de Governação)

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TERMS OF REFERENCE 
Governance Mozambique 

Position title: Governance  Coordinator 
Report to: Conservation Manager 
Supervises: Governance staff
Grade: B2
Location: Maputo, Mozambique with travel to field
Date:  November 2017

BACKGROUND

Promoting a ‘Green Economy’ approach, wherein social and environmental imperatives are interwoven with economic goals, is fundamental to achieving WWF Mozambique’s vision. Improved governance is crucial for delivery on all of WWF Mozambique’s conservation objectives as well as for the long-term profitability of natural resource dependent industries such as agriculture, forestry, fisheries and tourism. Mozambique faces many challenges in the governance sector including enforcing regulations, conflicting policies and practices, transforming the income from natural resource-use into inclusive public services and improved livelihoods for poor people, inadequate involvement of civil society.


Given the above, WWF Mozambique seeks to support the government to embed sustainability and social principles in its planning and governance both directly and through mobilizing a range of other key stakeholders toward this end. WWF Mozambique’s Governance Country Strategy feature both umbrella actions and activities that are woven throughout each of the land- and seascape work streams. WWF Mozambique will use the WWF Network’s capacity, strategic partnerships and its position as a convener to influence processes for policy and legislation formulation and implementation in order to achieve the following objectives:


(i) Enforcement of targeted policies and laws affecting natural resources to secure natural capital protection and equitable sharing of benefits,

(ii) Incorporating key sustainability principles into the regulatory framework,

(iii) Improving government institutions mechanisms for transparency and accountability, and

(iv) Influencing the Mozambique government to recognize and account for natural capital valuation in planning and budgeting processes.

II. MAJOR FUNCTIONS

The Governance Coordinator will lead the development and implementation of a national governance strategy for WWF Mozambique Country Office, giving particular attention to WWF’s different priority landscapes, including WWF’s support to the Government’s Natural Capital Programme, and linking with other national and regional governance initiatives.

III. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Strategy Development, Implementation and Compliance (40%)

Lead strategy design and implementation in line with: 

a. The national context for WWF Mozambique Governance Programme and Country Strategic Plan’s areas of intervention, and generally on policy issues in local, provincial and national dialogues; 

b. The international arena for example the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) and Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Standards, amongst others; 

• Develop and manage the Governance Program, and contribute to the planning and reporting processes of the Mozambique Country Strategic Plan; 
• Gain an understanding of governance issues and best practices in the country, and ensure that this trickles down into programme implementation within the Governance Programme and Land- and seascapes Programmes; 
• Initiate new and strengthen existing partnerships with Government, donors, private sector, civil society, academia and the media to ensure integrated governance initiatives in WWF’s priority landscapes; 
• Coordinate the country offices engagement and partnerships with civil society platforms and organizations in all sectors, marine, wildlife, forest, freshwater, and extractives; 
• In line with WWF's commitment to strengthen the social dimensions of its programmes, projects and initiatives, ensure that WWF's social principles are fundamental to creating effective, lasting and equitable solutions to today's environmental challenges by: 

(a) Ensuring that all staff and partners fully understand the importance and purpose of WWF social policies 

(b) Identify specific actions to mainstream social policies in programme design, implementation and monitoring 
(c) Build the SD4C capacity within the conservation team and partners and ensure social policy compliance including develop and implementing a SD4C Action Plan annually 
(d) Coordinate organization and monitoring of projects and programmes complaints resolution process on an annual basis, and identify any needs for improvement; 

• Lead the mobilise financial resources ensuring the continued portfolio growth and expansion of the Governance Program in a timely and professional manner; 
• Lead and represent WWF Mozambique in the WWF Global Governance Practice, ensuring being the voice of country office in the Practice and voice of Practice in country office, and coordinated efforts for Africa in the Practice. 

2. Program Management (40%) 
• Provide vision, leadership and technical direction to the Governance team, in accordance with the agreed program plan and in alignment with WWF and national policies and practices; 
• Prepare, in coordination with key Governance program staff, annual workplans with clear objectives and achievable benchmarks, long-term and shortterm priorities, implementation timelines, financial projections and tools for evaluation - all of those tools being drawn from the WWF standards and tools; • Oversee administrative and financial management of the Governance Program including monitoring spending versus budgets; 
• Ensure that the Governance Program adequately addresses the agreed governance problems, challenges, needs and related targets; 
• Participate in regular coordination meetings with other WWF Programs (Rovuma landscape, Zambezi landscape and Mozambique seascape) as appropriate, ensuring synergy amongst the various work streams; 
• Participate in regular donor and government coordination meetings with other governance programmes and related initiatives as appropriate; 
• Gain knowledge of donors’ culture, policies and procedures in relation to the Governance Projects and ensure WWF compliance with these regulations and consequently partner compliance with agreements provisions as appropriate. 

3. Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Learning (10%) 
• Ensure effective implementation of governance M&E systems throughout the lifetime of the Country Strategic Plan; 
• Ensure adequate documentation (including lessons learnt and best practices) is made for all activities undertaken in the course of the Governance Program;

• Lead a continuous observation, reflection, learning, iteration, adaptation and quality improvement process to identify the most salient problems and design appropriate responses, ensuring the highest quality possible of the Governance Program in close collaboration with the M&E Coordinator and internal as well as well as external implementation partners; 
• Ensure the preparation and timely submission to the donors of annual work plans and budgets as well as technical and financial reports according to agreed WWF Network standards. 

4. Representation (10%) 
• Organize field visits for WWF and other stakeholders upon request; 
• Ensure that WWF and Governance Program are appropriately represented in relevant coordination bodies at local and provincial levels on issues that directly relate to the Program; 
• Ensure the Governance Program develops and maintains a good relationship and communication with local and provincial level relevant authorities and other actors, and that the Governance Program always works towards greater community involvement and ownership. 

IV. QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE 

• Minimum of Master’s Degree in Social Science, Development Studies, Economics, Management, Business or Natural Resource Economics or a related field; 
• At least 10 years professional experience in governance, or national development planning, environmental and natural resource management; 
• Good knowledge, understanding and experience of Mozambique’s civil society environment and engagement challenges and opportunities; 
• Good knowledge of Mozambique’s government institutions and planning processes and challenges; 
• Good knowledge of Mozambique’s natural capital assets, development drivers and possible threats; 
• Demonstrated ability to effectively negotiate and partner with communities, government officials (local, provincial and national), donors, and other stakeholders; 
• Demonstrated understanding of local culture, administrative systems, and government organization; 
• Fluency in English and Portuguese languages; 
• Strong MS Office skills, including Word, Excel and Powerpoint. 

V. REQUIRED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

• Proven experience in development and coordination of large programmes, with strong project management skills at the international level and leadership skills; 
• Ability to open doors and build relationships of confidence with senior contacts in government, business, NGOs, civil society and the donor community; 
• Experience in proposal writing and fundraising; 
• Excellent negotiation, diplomacy and lobbying skills; 
• Adheres to WWF’s values, which are: Knowledgeable, Optimistic, Engaging & Determined. 

VI. WORKING RELATIONSHIPS 

Internal - Interacts with WWF-Mozambique staffs on daily basis; Co-ordinates and interacts with WWF-International and the WWF Network staff as appropriate. External - Interacts as required with national and provincial administrations, nongovernmental organizations, local Partner NGOs, private sector and donors. This job description covers the main tasks and conveys the spirit of the sort of tasks that are anticipated proactively from staff. Other tasks may be assigned as necessary according to organizational needs. 


Prepared by …………………………… Date:……………………………………. Conservation Manager Reviewed by ………………………… Date: …………………………………….. Human Resources Manager Accepted by Staff member: ……………… Date: …………………………….

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