Terms of Reference - Green Freight NAMA for Viet Nam

The GMS Core Environment Program (ADB RETA 7987) implemented by NIRAS is seeking a qualified company/research team to conduct a study on Green Freight Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) for Viet Nam.

The objective is to assess current and anticipated needs for Green Freight NAMAs and assist the Department for Roads of Viet Nam (DRVN) in developing a Green Freight NAMA as a stepping stone towards a financial proposal to the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The scope of this study is detailed in the attached Terms of Reference.

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are required by 5:00pm (Thailand time) on 3 May 2017 and must outline the company/research team's capacity to conduct the study as well as an initial quotation and summary budget. Please send EOIs to suchat@gms-eoc.org with cc to vinh@gms-eoc.org.

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Publish Date: 24th April 2017

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GMS Green Freight Initiative (2013 onwards)

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