Call for Expressions of Interest - Capacity Development on Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery

Dear UNI members,
UN-Habitat Somalia is designing a capacity development package to be delivered next year under the UN-Joint Programme on Local Governance and Decentralized Service Delivery (JPLG) under the thematic area of land governance. We will need a cost estimate for the following services from a partner university in the region.

Package 1. Land Law course : i) Introduction to land dispute, administration, management and policy development, ii) Land Dispute Resolution and iii) Land Management and Administration,
Package 1 will include designing a curriculum and conducting a Training of Trainers for delivering on course i,ii and iii. Course i will be a perquisite for taking ii and iii.
Package 2: Certificate programme on i) land disputes, administration, management and policy (8 weeks, subject to university recommendation)
P2 will be completely developed and delivered by the partner university.
Package 3: Training members of Land Dispute Tribunal (LDT), Which is established in Hargeisa, Burama and Berbera is also upcoming, on administrative legislation procedures. Such as doing legal analysis, trial/tribunal hearing preparation, legal report writing, case management. As the most of LTD members are not coming from legal background and capacity is very low though few members studied law but still. LDT has already a regulation developed and endorsed by the Ministry of Interior but the implementation is still problematic and not done properly.
P3 will be also designed and delivered by a partner university.

Attached you will find a concept note that was developed on the existing capacity of the few public universities in Somaliland in relation to land and related disputes.
The deadline to submit the Cost Estimate is September 15.
Contact person: Mr. Emrah Engindeniz | Acting Programme Manager (JPLG), Human Settlements Officer| UN Joint Programme on Local Governance| Somalia Programme
UN-HABITAT,
Email: Emrah.Engindeniz@unhabitat.org
www.unhabitat.org/somaliregion|
www.jplg.org

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