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    Terms of Reference *NATIONAL EXPERT* “People-Centred Analyses” Report, Issue Nov. 2009 *1. Background* The project “Strengthening evidence-based policy
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      Terms of Reference



      *NATIONAL EXPERT*

      “People-Centred Analyses” Report, Issue Nov. 2009



      *1. Background*

      The project “Strengthening evidence-based policy processes” in the Republic
      of Macedonia aims to contribute to more effective policy-making in the
      country through the preparation processes of the “People-centred Analyses”
      report series. The objective of the report is to provide professional
      in-depth analyses and forward-looking policy options based on regular
      monitoring of citizen’s perceptions of key social, economic, governance and
      inter-ethnic developments, of issues that affect their lives.

      The “People-centred Analyses” report and its analyses will focus
      increasingly on human development implications of socio-economic and other
      developments. Each publication will be built around a set of recurrent
      topics of *“social cohesion”*, *“quality of governance” *and* “ethnic
      cohesion”*. The unique theme selected for this publication is the *quality
      of social services* that will put together the accomplishment of the social
      service needs and their possible improvements in the Republic of Macedonia.
      The new reports will continue to draw on the outcomes of public perceptions
      surveys but will also build on other official statistical and administrative
      data. (The overall approach of the report series would be found in the
      Project Document, available upon request).

      The People-centred Analyses issue Nov. 2009 will continue to examine the
      trends and social inclusion aspects as initiated from its first issue of
      March 2008 and then continued to the second issue April 2009. This
      substantive revision of the project document is aimed to reflect activities
      for supporting governance assessment component. The Report will be built on
      the results of a survey with adapted set of questionnaires build on the
      suggestions of the expert. Together with the questions that will address the
      issue of quality of social services the selected trend questions from the
      previous People-Centred Analyses will be included.

      The envisaged survey (planned for July 2009) is a representative,
      questionnaire-based household survey covering a wide range of topics which
      will allow measurement of different dimensions of the quality of social
      services, both objective and subjective elements, and enable an accurate
      picture of the social situation in the country. This issue will be consisted
      of a sample of 1000 households in R. Macedonia. The data obtained will be
      used extensively for in-depth analysis of the quality of social services at
      the local and national level (such as evaluation of different social
      services that are offered at the national level, do they accomplish the
      needs of the citizens, are they better off if provided at local level, the
      age groups specific requirements) in R. Macedonia.

      The current project is implemented by South East European University of
      Tetovo (SEE University) being the Responsible Party, who will coordinate the
      production of the Report, provide research support and promote independent
      research and collaboration with other research and think-tank institutions
      in promoting the concept of “People-centred Analyses”.



      *Information on the previous People-centred Analyses report is available at
      **http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117*<http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117>
      * ** *



      *2. Scope of work*



      The national expert is expected to write *part of introduction* of the
      People-Centred report together with the Editor-in-Chief. The part of the
      national expert will be consisted of the general concept addressed in the
      report (such as social inclusion, quality of governance and ethnic cohesion)
      that are current in the R. of Macedonia.





      *3. Specific Duties and Responsibilities*

      Under the guidance and coordination of the SEE University and the
      Editor-in-Chief, the national expert shall be responsible for the following:

      1. Take part in the initial meeting for discussing the concept
      of the report and the specific theme *Quality of Social Services* for
      Macedonia and in the design of the survey questionnaire.

      2. Based on the agreed structure and guidelines provided by
      the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University and making use of the collected
      survey data as well as other available information, write the first draft of
      the chapter with special accent on comparability to the previous
      People-Centred Analyses Report as well as new analytical components relevant
      to the specific theme.

      3. Support all analyzed data with graphs, tables, maps, and
      other illustrations as needed and provide the necessary textual explanations
      supporting illustrations for each covered area.

      4. Provide background information about used sources of
      information on the specific covered area.

      5. Collaborate with other authors whenever possible.

      6. Revise the draft chapter according to comments and directions
      from the Editor-in-Chief, the Editorial Board and SEE University. Carefully
      review and incorporate as appropriate all suggestions received from peer
      reviewers.

      7. Together with the other experts support the Editor-in-Chief in
      producing a consolidated executive summary.

      8. Participate in all meetings of the project team, UNDP and
      other stakeholders to discuss the relevance of the People-centred Analyses
      and all other routine issues.



      The above tasks should be undertaken in ensuring the goals of the report:
      high standards of accuracy, fairness, and balance in analyses and writing,
      objective and high quality of evidence-based research and analyses, analyses
      are of original and reflect endigenous perspectives while free of policial
      bias.

      * *

      *4. Expected outputs*

      * *

      - Final chapter written according to agreed structure, guidelines and
      comments from the Editor-in-Chief as well as the peer reviewers;
      - Part of executive summary provided.
      - Power point presentation on the main findings of the report and
      presentation
      at the launch events and other workshops that will be organized for the
      report promotion



      * ***

      *5**. Necessary qualifications*



      · Post graduate degree in social sciences (economics, sociology,
      international development/international relations, regional development);



      · Proven experience in processing and analysing social statistics,
      including sample-based survey data analysis;

      - Knowledge of social policy issues particularly social inclusion and
      regional development in the context of EU enlargement;
      - Good knowledge of transition challenges and Macedonian reality in
      particular;
      - Excellent analytical and writing skills with a proven record of solid
      analytical non-biased and non-partisan publications;
      - Excellent command of English language. Knowledge of local languages is
      desirable.

      * *

      *6**. Timeline and duration *

      The estimated 40 working days are on the period June – December 2008. The
      time allocation is envisaged: June: 4 working days; August – September: 25
      working days (full draft chapter completed and improved); October: 10
      working days (final draft produced); December: 1 working day.



      *7. Other information *



      The engagement of the consultant for this assignment will be administrated
      by SEE University. A consultancy contract will be prepared between the
      selected candidate and SEE University.



      The total compensation for the consultancy will be made in form of a gross
      lump sum payment from 3400 $USD upon the completion of the assignment.



      For further information, please contact the Project Manager, Ms. Hyrije
      Abazi-Alili at h.abazi@...


      **********************

      Terms of Reference



      *NATIONAL EXPERT*

      “People-Centred Analyses” Report, Issue Nov. 2009



      *1. Background*

      The project “Strengthening evidence-based policy processes” in the Republic
      of Macedonia aims to contribute to more effective policy-making in the
      country through the preparation processes of the “People-centred Analyses”
      report series. The objective of the report is to provide professional
      in-depth analyses and forward-looking policy options based on regular
      monitoring of citizen’s perceptions of key social, economic, governance and
      inter-ethnic developments, of issues that affect their lives.

      The “People-centred Analyses” report and its analyses will focus
      increasingly on human development implications of socio-economic and other
      developments. Each publication will be built around a set of recurrent
      topics of *“social cohesion”*, *“quality of governance” *and* “ethnic
      cohesion”*. The unique theme selected for this publication is the *quality
      of social services* that will put together the accomplishment of the social
      service needs and their possible improvements in the Republic of Macedonia.
      The new reports will continue to draw on the outcomes of public perceptions
      surveys but will also build on other official statistical and administrative
      data. (The overall approach of the report series would be found in the
      Project Document, available upon request).

      The People-centred Analyses issue Nov. 2009 will continue to examine the
      trends and social inclusion aspects as initiated from its first issue of
      March 2008 and then continued to the second issue April 2009. This
      substantive revision of the project document is aimed to reflect activities
      for supporting governance assessment component. The Report will be built on
      the results of a survey with adapted set of questionnaires build on the
      suggestions of the expert. Together with the questions that will address the
      issue of quality of social services the selected trend questions from the
      previous People-Centred Analyses will be included.

      The envisaged survey (planned for July 2009) is a representative,
      questionnaire-based household survey covering a wide range of topics which
      will allow measurement of different dimensions of the quality of social
      services, both objective and subjective elements, and enable an accurate
      picture of the social situation in the country. This issue will be consisted
      of a sample of 1000 households in R. Macedonia. The data obtained will be
      used extensively for in-depth analysis of the quality of social services at
      the local and national level (such as evaluation of different social
      services that are offered at the national level, do they accomplish the
      needs of the citizens, are they better off if provided at local level, the
      age groups specific requirements) in R. Macedonia.

      The current project is implemented by South East European University of
      Tetovo (SEE University) being the Responsible Party, who will coordinate the
      production of the Report, provide research support and promote independent
      research and collaboration with other research and think-tank institutions
      in promoting the concept of “People-centred Analyses”.



      *Information on the previous People-centred Analyses report is available at
      **http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117*<http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117>
      * ** *



      *2. Scope of work*



      The national expert is expected to develop a chapter on *ethnic cohesion* of
      the People-Centred report according to the agreed structure and guidelines
      by the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University. The chapter should analyse
      the survey data collected for this report with particular emphasis on
      reporting on indicators that have been used in the first People-Centred
      Report. More specifically, *ethnic cohesion* – will look in particular at
      the impact of different policies in terms of ethnic relations, and will
      strive to recommend policy options that can advance critical reforms without
      creating unnecessary inter-ethnic strain. Basic indicators of inter-ethnic
      relations to be monitored include:

      o Perception of ‘otherness’

      o Intensity of interactions



      *3. Specific Duties and Responsibilities*

      Under the guidance and coordination of the SEE University and the
      Editor-in-Chief, the national expert shall be responsible for the following:

      1. Take part in the initial meeting for discussing the concept
      of the report and the specific theme *Quality of Social Services* for
      Macedonia and in the design of the survey questionnaire.

      2. Based on the agreed structure and guidelines provided by
      the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University and making use of the collected
      survey data as well as other available information, write the first draft of
      the chapter with special accent on comparability to the previous
      People-Centred Analyses Report as well as new analytical components relevant
      to the specific theme.

      3. Support all analyzed data with graphs, tables, maps, and
      other illustrations as needed and provide the necessary textual explanations
      supporting illustrations for each covered area.

      4. Provide background information about used sources of
      information on the specific covered area.

      5. Collaborate with other authors whenever possible.

      6. Revise the draft chapter according to comments and directions
      from the Editor-in-Chief, the Editorial Board and SEE University. Carefully
      review and incorporate as appropriate all suggestions received from peer
      reviewers.

      7. Together with the other experts support the Editor-in-Chief in
      producing a consolidated executive summary.

      8. Participate in all meetings of the project team, UNDP and
      other stakeholders to discuss the relevance of the People-centred Analyses
      and all other routine issues.



      The above tasks should be undertaken in ensuring the goals of the report:
      high standards of accuracy, fairness, and balance in analyses and writing,
      objective and high quality of evidence-based research and analyses, analyses
      are of original and reflect endigenous perspectives while free of policial
      bias.

      * *

      *4. Expected outputs*

      * *

      - Final chapter written according to agreed structure, guidelines and
      comments from the Editor-in-Chief as well as the peer reviewers;
      - Part of executive summary provided.
      - Power point presentation on the main findings of the report and
      presentation
      at the launch events and other workshops that will be organized for the
      report promotion



      * ***

      *5**. Necessary qualifications*



      · Post graduate degree in social sciences (economics, sociology,
      international development/international relations, regional development);



      · Proven experience in processing and analysing social statistics,
      including sample-based survey data analysis;

      - Knowledge of social policy issues particularly social inclusion and
      regional development in the context of EU enlargement;
      - Good knowledge of transition challenges and Macedonian reality in
      particular;
      - Excellent analytical and writing skills with a proven record of solid
      analytical non-biased and non-partisan publications;
      - Excellent command of English language. Knowledge of local languages is
      desirable.

      * *

      *6**. Timeline and duration *

      The estimated 40 working days are on the period June – December 2008. The
      time allocation is envisaged: June: 4 working days; August – September: 25
      working days (full draft chapter completed and improved); October: 10
      working days (final draft produced); December: 1 working day.



      *7. Other information *



      The engagement of the consultant for this assignment will be administrated
      by SEE University. A consultancy contract will be prepared between the
      selected candidate and SEE University.



      The total compensation for the consultancy will be made in form of a gross
      lump sum payment from 3400 $USD upon the completion of the assignment.



      For further information, please contact the Project Manager, Ms. Hyrije
      Abazi-Alili at h.abazi@...


      *******************************

      Terms of Reference



      *NATIONAL EXPERT*

      “People-Centred Analyses” Report, Issue Nov. 2009



      *1. Background*

      The project “Strengthening evidence-based policy processes” in the Republic
      of Macedonia aims to contribute to more effective policy-making in the
      country through the preparation processes of the “People-centred Analyses”
      report series. The objective of the report is to provide professional
      in-depth analyses and forward-looking policy options based on regular
      monitoring of citizen’s perceptions of key social, economic, governance and
      inter-ethnic developments, of issues that affect their lives.

      The “People-centred Analyses” report and its analyses will focus
      increasingly on human development implications of socio-economic and other
      developments. Each publication will be built around a set of recurrent
      topics of *“social cohesion”*, *“quality of governance” *and* “ethnic
      cohesion”*. The unique theme selected for this publication is the *quality
      of social services* that will put together the accomplishment of the social
      service needs and their possible improvements in the Republic of Macedonia.
      The new reports will continue to draw on the outcomes of public perceptions
      surveys but will also build on other official statistical and administrative
      data. (The overall approach of the report series would be found in the
      Project Document, available upon request).

      The People-centred Analyses issue Nov. 2009 will continue to examine the
      trends and social inclusion aspects as initiated from its first issue of
      March 2008 and then continued to the second issue April 2009. This
      substantive revision of the project document is aimed to reflect activities
      for supporting governance assessment component. The Report will be built on
      the results of a survey with adapted set of questionnaires build on the
      suggestions of the expert. Together with the questions that will address the
      issue of quality of social services the selected trend questions from the
      previous People-Centred Analyses will be included.

      The envisaged survey (planned for July 2009) is a representative,
      questionnaire-based household survey covering a wide range of topics which
      will allow measurement of different dimensions of the quality of social
      services, both objective and subjective elements, and enable an accurate
      picture of the social situation in the country. This issue will be consisted
      of a sample of 1000 households in R. Macedonia. The data obtained will be
      used extensively for in-depth analysis of the quality of social services at
      the local and national level (such as evaluation of different social
      services that are offered at the national level, do they accomplish the
      needs of the citizens, are they better off if provided at local level, the
      age groups specific requirements) in R. Macedonia.

      The current project is implemented by South East European University of
      Tetovo (SEE University) being the Responsible Party, who will coordinate the
      production of the Report, provide research support and promote independent
      research and collaboration with other research and think-tank institutions
      in promoting the concept of “People-centred Analyses”.



      *Information on the previous People-centred Analyses report is available at
      **http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117*<http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117>
      * ** *



      *2. Scope of work*



      The national expert is expected to develop a chapter on *quality of
      governance* of the People-Centred report according to the agreed structure
      and guidelines by the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University. The chapter
      should analyse the survey data collected for this report with particular
      emphasis on reporting on indicators that have been used in the first
      People-Centred Report. More specifically, *quality of governance* will look
      at the state's capacity to deliver the public goods that a modern European
      state is expected to deliver, through responsive governance institutions
      that meet citizens' needs and expectations. In addition, social capital and
      trust of different actors will be analysed under this section. The section
      will cover topics such as:

      o Delivery of administrative services

      o Regulatory environment, policy development

      o Performance/responsiveness of institutions

      o Government openness, civil society engagement

      o Transparency, accountability, integrity in government

      o Social capital and trust of different actors.



      *3. Specific Duties and Responsibilities*

      Under the guidance and coordination of the SEE University and the
      Editor-in-Chief, the national expert shall be responsible for the following:

      1. Take part in the initial meeting for discussing the concept
      of the report and the specific theme *Quality of Social Services* for
      Macedonia and in the design of the survey questionnaire.

      2. Based on the agreed structure and guidelines provided by
      the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University and making use of the collected
      survey data as well as other available information, write the first draft of
      the chapter with special accent on comparability to the previous
      People-Centred Analyses Report as well as new analytical components relevant
      to the specific theme.

      3. Support all analyzed data with graphs, tables, maps, and
      other illustrations as needed and provide the necessary textual explanations
      supporting illustrations for each covered area.

      4. Provide background information about used sources of
      information on the specific covered area.

      5. Collaborate with other authors whenever possible.

      6. Revise the draft chapter according to comments and directions
      from the Editor-in-Chief, the Editorial Board and SEE University. Carefully
      review and incorporate as appropriate all suggestions received from peer
      reviewers.

      7. Together with the other experts support the Editor-in-Chief in
      producing a consolidated executive summary.

      8. Participate in all meetings of the project team, UNDP and
      other stakeholders to discuss the relevance of the People-centred Analyses
      and all other routine issues.



      The above tasks should be undertaken in ensuring the goals of the report:
      high standards of accuracy, fairness, and balance in analyses and writing,
      objective and high quality of evidence-based research and analyses, analyses
      are of original and reflect endigenous perspectives while free of policial
      bias.

      * *

      *4. Expected outputs*

      * *

      - Final chapter written according to agreed structure, guidelines and
      comments from the Editor-in-Chief as well as the peer reviewers;
      - Part of executive summary provided.
      - Power point presentation on the main findings of the report and
      presentation
      at the launch events and other workshops that will be organized for the
      report promotion



      * ***

      *5**. Necessary qualifications*



      · Post graduate degree in social sciences (economics, sociology,
      international development/international relations, regional development);



      · Proven experience in processing and analysing social statistics,
      including sample-based survey data analysis;

      - Knowledge of social policy issues particularly social inclusion and
      regional development in the context of EU enlargement;
      - Good knowledge of transition challenges and Macedonian reality in
      particular;
      - Excellent analytical and writing skills with a proven record of solid
      analytical non-biased and non-partisan publications;
      - Excellent command of English language. Knowledge of local languages is
      desirable.

      * *

      *6**. Timeline and duration *

      The estimated 40 working days are on the period June – December 2008. The
      time allocation is envisaged: June: 4 working days; August – September: 25
      working days (full draft chapter completed and improved); October: 10
      working days (final draft produced); December: 1 working day.



      *7. Other information *



      The engagement of the consultant for this assignment will be administrated
      by SEE University. A consultancy contract will be prepared between the
      selected candidate and SEE University.



      The total compensation for the consultancy will be made in form of a gross
      lump sum payment from 3400 $USD upon the completion of the assignment.



      For further information, please contact the Project Manager, Ms. Hyrije
      Abazi-Alili at h.abazi@...


      ******************************

      Terms of Reference



      *NATIONAL EXPERT*

      “People-Centred Analyses” Report, Issue Nov. 2009



      *1. Background*

      The project “Strengthening evidence-based policy processes” in the Republic
      of Macedonia aims to contribute to more effective policy-making in the
      country through the preparation processes of the “People-centred Analyses”
      report series. The objective of the report is to provide professional
      in-depth analyses and forward-looking policy options based on regular
      monitoring of citizen’s perceptions of key social, economic, governance and
      inter-ethnic developments, of issues that affect their lives.

      The “People-centred Analyses” report and its analyses will focus
      increasingly on human development implications of socio-economic and other
      developments. Each publication will be built around a set of recurrent
      topics of *“social cohesion”*, *“quality of governance” *and* “ethnic
      cohesion”*. The unique theme selected for this publication is the *quality
      of social services* that will put together the accomplishment of the social
      service needs and their possible improvements in the Republic of Macedonia.
      The new reports will continue to draw on the outcomes of public perceptions
      surveys but will also build on other official statistical and administrative
      data. (The overall approach of the report series would be found in the
      Project Document, available upon request).

      The People-centred Analyses issue Nov. 2009 will continue to examine the
      trends and social inclusion aspects as initiated from its first issue of
      March 2008 and then continued to the second issue April 2009. This
      substantive revision of the project document is aimed to reflect activities
      for supporting governance assessment component. The Report will be built on
      the results of a survey with adapted set of questionnaires build on the
      suggestions of the expert. Together with the questions that will address the
      issue of quality of social services the selected trend questions from the
      previous People-Centred Analyses will be included.

      The envisaged survey (planned for July 2009) is a representative,
      questionnaire-based household survey covering a wide range of topics which
      will allow measurement of different dimensions of the quality of social
      services, both objective and subjective elements, and enable an accurate
      picture of the social situation in the country. This issue will be consisted
      of a sample of 1000 households in R. Macedonia. The data obtained will be
      used extensively for in-depth analysis of the quality of social services at
      the local and national level (such as evaluation of different social
      services that are offered at the national level, do they accomplish the
      needs of the citizens, are they better off if provided at local level, the
      age groups specific requirements) in R. Macedonia.

      The current project is implemented by South East European University of
      Tetovo (SEE University) being the Responsible Party, who will coordinate the
      production of the Report, provide research support and promote independent
      research and collaboration with other research and think-tank institutions
      in promoting the concept of “People-centred Analyses”.



      *Information on the previous People-centred Analyses report is available at
      **http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117*<http://www.undp.org.mk/default.asp?where=weblinks&link=117>
      * ** *



      *2. Scope of work*



      The national expert is expected to develop a chapter on *social cohesion* of
      the People-Centred report according to the agreed structure and guidelines
      by the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University. The chapter should analyse
      the survey data collected for this report with particular emphasis on
      reporting on indicators that have been used in the first People-Centred
      Report. More specifically, social cohesion will monitor socio-economic
      discrepancies and analyse their root causes, recommending policy options to
      strengthen social cohesion. Issues to be considered include, but are not
      limited at:

      - Incomes and expenditures, utilities, households' indebtedness
      - Employment, unemployment
      - Inequality (with particular attention to disadvantaged and
      vulnerable groups)
      - Access to and affordability of basic social services: health,
      education.





      *3. Specific Duties and Responsibilities*

      Under the guidance and coordination of the SEE University and the
      Editor-in-Chief, the national expert shall be responsible for the following:

      1. Take part in the initial meeting for discussing the concept
      of the report and the specific theme *Quality of Social Services* for
      Macedonia and in the design of the survey questionnaire.

      2. Based on the agreed structure and guidelines provided by
      the Editor-in-Chief and the SEE University and making use of the collected
      survey data as well as other available information, write the first draft of
      the chapter with special accent on comparability to the previous
      People-Centred Analyses Report as well as new analytical components relevant
      to the specific theme.

      3. Support all analyzed data with graphs, tables, maps, and
      other illustrations as needed and provide the necessary textual explanations
      supporting illustrations for each covered area.

      4. Provide background information about used sources of
      information on the specific covered area.

      5. Collaborate with other authors whenever possible.

      6. Revise the draft chapter according to comments and directions
      from the Editor-in-Chief, the Editorial Board and SEE University. Carefully
      review and incorporate as appropriate all suggestions received from peer
      reviewers.

      7. Together with the other experts support the Editor-in-Chief in
      producing a consolidated executive summary.

      8. Participate in all meetings of the project team, UNDP and
      other stakeholders to discuss the relevance of the People-centred Analyses
      and all other routine issues.



      The above tasks should be undertaken in ensuring the goals of the report:
      high standards of accuracy, fairness, and balance in analyses and writing,
      objective and high quality of evidence-based research and analyses, analyses
      are of original and reflect endigenous perspectives while free of policial
      bias.

      * *

      *4. Expected outputs*

      * *

      - Final chapter written according to agreed structure, guidelines and
      comments from the Editor-in-Chief as well as the peer reviewers;
      - Part of executive summary provided.
      - Power point presentation on the main findings of the report and
      presentation
      at the launch events and other workshops that will be organized for the
      report promotion



      * ***

      *5**. Necessary qualifications*



      · Post graduate degree in social sciences (economics, sociology,
      international development/international relations, regional development);



      · Proven experience in processing and analysing social statistics,
      including sample-based survey data analysis;

      - Knowledge of social policy issues particularly social inclusion and
      regional development in the context of EU enlargement;
      - Good knowledge of transition challenges and Macedonian reality in
      particular;
      - Excellent analytical and writing skills with a proven record of solid
      analytical non-biased and non-partisan publications;
      - Excellent command of English language. Knowledge of local languages is
      desirable.

      * *

      *6**. Timeline and duration *

      The estimated 40 working days are on the period June – December 2008. The
      time allocation is envisaged: June: 4 working days; August – September: 25
      working days (full draft chapter completed and improved); October: 10
      working days (final draft produced); December: 1 working day.



      *7. Other information *



      The engagement of the consultant for this assignment will be administrated
      by SEE University. A consultancy contract will be prepared between the
      selected candidate and SEE University.



      The total compensation for the consultancy will be made in form of a gross
      lump sum payment from 3400 $USD upon the completion of the assignment.



      For further information, please contact the Project Manager, Ms. Hyrije
      Abazi-Alili at h.abazi@...




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      SEE University - Tetovo
      office: Rectorate/3/05
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