Consultant for the Responsible Seafood Consumption Supply Chain Study - Sea Bass and Sea Bream (Turkey)
Responsible Seafood Consumption Supply Chain Study - Sea Bass and Sea Bream (Turkey)
31 January 2019
19 March 2019
Contract start date
24 March 2019
Contract end date
30 September 2019
WWF's EU co-funded Fish Forward II (FF2) Project raises awareness of sustainable seafood consumption. One key FF2 project pillar states that by 2020, 30 companies will commit to improving their seafood portfolio in consideration of climate change, ethical supply chains and Sustainable Development Goals. This will require engagement with corporates across FF2 participating countries.
As part of WWF-Turkey, WWF-UK and WWF-Austria's contribution to this pillar, we plan to contract a study focusing on a supply chain from a FF2 participating developing country (DC) to Europe. Turkey, as an Official Development Assistance recipient, was chosen as the project study site due to its importance as a sea bream/sea bass exporter to Europe. The aim of this supply chain study is to uncover/reveal the aspects that are important to guarantee socially and environmentally sustainable seafood products from DC. The study will provide information on the following aspects: traceability, climate change, labour conditions, social benefits of sustainable seafood livelihoods and gender.
WWF-Turkey, WWF-UK and WWF Austria (hereafter referred to as WWF) will commission external consultant(s) to carry out a supply chain study. The study will trace the path of farmed sea bream/sea bass from Turkey to Europe. Research will be conducted focusing on selected elements across social, economic and environmental conditions which are important across the supply chain, from producers in Turkey to the European retailer.
The study will be split into two components- the Turkish component focusing on the beginning of the supply chain in Turkey (producers, processors, exporters) and the UK/Austrian component focusing on retailer expectations in UK and Austria. This Contract Opportunity refers to the Turkish Component. Interested parties are welcome to submit proposals for one or both components. Please refer to the attached Terms of Reference Document for detailed Objectives, Methodology and desired Output of the study.
Please submit your application/s to Emily Gibbs: email@example.com
Karim Ben Romdhane: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ayse Oruc: email@example.com
including a technical proposal in accordance with the ToR attached for the work outlining the approach you would take to deliver the required activities, the relevant experience of the proposed consultant(s), including their current location and the total cost you would invoice for the work. A detailed timeline should be included, as well as critical steps and/or 'milestones' by 19 March 2019.
Fish Forward Web Site