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Call for Research Proposals

Within the framework of the project “Grassroots mobilization towards improved emergency responsiveness and slum upgrading in East Jerusalem”, targeting the areas which were cut out from the borders of Jerusalem Municipality after constructing the separation Wall in 2002, such as Kufar Aqab, Anata, Al ram, and Al Zaiem, implemented by ATF and in partnership with UN-Habitat and funded by Cities Alliance, The Arab Thought Forum is inviting consultancy proposals from qualified consultants engaged with development and planning issues to conduct the following assignment:

1. Develop a strategic framework for the upgrading of the four neighborhoods, namely, Kuf Aqab, Al Ram, Anata and Zaiem. The strategic framework should be developed by engaging the local councils and the local committees that were formed during the project’s implementation and based on the findings of the assessment reports. 2. Prepare a position paper that advocates for the importance of informal neighborhoods upgrading and the tools needed, the position paper will be endorsed by decision makers and country representatives.

The consultancy terms of reference (TOR) will be available from Saturday till Thursday August 13-18 2016 (9:00 a.m-14:00 p.m) at the following address: Arab Thought Forum -Jerusalem Beit Hanina St. Tel: 02-6264774. Email: info@ multaqa.org

The deadline for submission of proposals and offers is August 22 2016 at 14:00 p.m. All late proposals will be rejected. The ATF reserves the right to accept or reject any application.

Best Regards

Arab Thought Forum

Abeer Abbas

Administrative Assistant

Tel: 02-6264774


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