The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to appoint a service provider to contribute to more credible and sustainable commercial law and justice interventions in developing countries. The service provider will design, manage and implement a programme of work which will develop, test and disseminate robust evidence on improved approaches to commercial law and justice interventions. This will lead to improved investment climates in developing countries, thus contributing to higher economic growth rates, job creation and poverty reduction. The programme will do this by i) improving how problems in commercial legal environments relevant to economic growth are identified ii) support to address problems. The programme requires an experienced multi-disciplinary team with demonstrable experience and expertise in the commercial law and justice field. The programme requires expertise across a range of areas including in: research and evidence; diagnostic / assessments tools and methodologies; impact measurement and evaluation; practical experience of commercial law and justice interventions; technical legal expertise; an understanding of the pro bono legal offer and expertise in managing donor programmes. The contract is expected to run for up to three and half years, and the indicative budget is up to a maximum of GBP 4 800 000.
Abercrombie House, Eaglesham Road
For the attention of: Jim McIntyre
Telephone: +44 355843649
Contract value: No contract value provided
Published: 8 Jan 2013, Receipt by: 5 Feb 2013
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