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|Key Expert 3: Economist and financial analysis expert|
|16 January 2023|
|880 working days|
|26 September 2022|
|Greg Barker (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Detailed description Back
The Malawi Energy Programme is relevant for the Malawi Agenda 203014, and contributes primarily to the progressive achievement of the following SDGs:
The Overall Objective (Impact) of this action is to support the modernisation and industrialisation of the Malawian economy and of the electricity sector by implementing the necessary reforms and promoting private sector investments.
Within the framework of the Multiannual Indicative Programme (MIP) 2021-2027 for Malawi, the Africa-EU Green Energy Initiative (AEGEI), the achievement of the SDG 7, and the objectives set by the Paris Agreement at the COP21 to fight climate change, this Technical Assistance should be understood as one of the first steps in a short- to medium-term EU comprehensive programme to address the energy access issue in Malawi.
The Specific Objectives (Outcomes) of this action are the following:
The target groups are Malawian authorities (i.e. Ministries, Departments, and Agencies) that are active in the energy sector and operators/entities of the electricity sub-sector.
The principal stakeholder and lead beneficiary involved in the project is the MoE. The Technical Assistance will support the MoE, the other energy sector’s entities and the public sector’s capacity to deliver on its mandate, while strengthening the role of the private sector.
Qualifications and skills:
General professional experience:
Specific professional experience:
The expert shall demonstrate experience in at least one but preferably two of the following areas:
In-country experience in Sub-Saharan Africa may be considered as an asset.
All experts mobilised under this Contract must: