Work station: Nam Dinh Province

Time: As soon as possible

The “Improving  resilience of vulnerable coastal communities to climate change related impacts in Viet Nam” project is financed by Green Climate Fund (GCF) through UNDP Viet Nam for 5 years since 2017 (2017 - 2021) with participation of 7 provinces including Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Quang Binh, Thua Thien Hue, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and Ca Mau.

Project specific objectives are:

- Improving the resilience of residence’s housing infrastructure to climate related impacts, supporting livelihoods and safety conditions to vulnerable coastal households to climate change impacts.

- Enhancing forest coverage and improving mangrove forest quality for resisting tide ways and protecting coastal communities which contributed to carbon sequestration for emission reduction and biodiversity development.

- Establishing and improving application of climate and disaster risks information system for supporting climate risks and resilience capacity planning and decision making to climate change.

Project consists of 3 components:

Component 1: Supporting construction of storm & flooding resistant houses;

Components 2: Plantation of mangrove forest;

Component 3: Information and data of disaster risks.

Nam Dinh province participates in Component 2 and component 3.

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Nam Dinh Provincial Project Management Unit currently is seeking candidates for the position of Project coordinator (based at Nam Dinh Project Management Unit). Interested candidates should submit application documents as indicated in the attached TORs to the following address:

Nam Dinh Provincial Project Management Unit (GCF project)

No. 07, Tran Nhat Duat, Vy Xuyen ward, Nam Dinh City

Deadline for submission: 22 May 2020

Only qualified candidates will be contacted for inteview. For more information, please contact Ms. Nguyen Thi Thu Hoai - Provincial Project Management Unit;

Phone number: 0816.839366; Email: thuhoaisnn@gmail.com

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