World Wild Fund for Nature

Environmental Education Toolkit Consultant(s), Greater Mekong

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Last update: Oct 3, 2023 Last update: Oct 3, 2023


Deadline: Oct 15, 2023 Deadline for applications has passed
Location: Home Based Home Based
Job type:Contract, 4 to 12 months
Work experience: Min 5 years
Date posted:Oct 3, 2023
Expected starting date:Nov 1, 2023



Oct 3, 2023


WWF-Myanmar is now inviting applications for one or more consultants to develop an environmental education toolkit to be home-based with possible travel to/within the Greater Mekong region.


WWF, an independent conservation organization active in nearly 100 countries, works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife. WWF-Myanmar, established in 2013, is focused on halting the loss of the country’s extraordinary biodiversity and ensuring that human use of the country’s natural resources is sustainable and equitable. Preserving the environment in which people live and work is critical for health and wellbeing. Find out more at

Overarching Project Goal and Outcomes:

The overall goal is to invest in current and future generations of youth, lead change and to protect the environment of the Greater Mekong region.

Expected outcomes

       Young people in the Greater Mekong region are better equipped with the knowledge needed to lead and drive change on issues of sustainable development, sustainable freshwater ecosystem management, renewable energy and climate change adaptation in their local communities.

       Clear contributions are made towards the realization of national and regional policies focused on optimizing environmental benefits and sustainable freshwater ecosystem management for future generations in the Greater Mekong region.

Detailed consultancy deliverables and timeline can be seen at

Selection Criteria

       Graduate degree in relevant environmental discipline and/or education

       Understanding of environmental/education issues

       Experience in organizing training/workshops with/for youth

       Experience of environmental education/training (within the Greater Mekong region is an asset)

       Familiarity with frameworks and sensitivities related to youth and gender issues

       Experience with curriculum and toolkit development 

       Experienced trainer of trainers is an asset

       Connected to networks relevant to environmental training and/or education training in the Greater Mekong region is an asset

       Experience in project-based learning is an asset

       Proficient in English

Closing Date: 15 October 2023 (Sunday)

Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae and a cover letter. These should clearly demonstrate how the candidate meets the selection criteria. Including examples of education resources and/or training materials developed previously by the candidate(s) is encouraged.

The cover letter should present a breakdown of the estimated number of days to complete each deliverable and the cost to deliver each, as well as clearly stating a daily rate. Both the CV/Resume and cover letter should be in English and emailed to by the closing date.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted