In the framework of the project TAMSALL – Towards A new Multilevel Shared Approach for Libya Local Governance, funded by the European Commission, ART-ER S. cons. p.a. is looking for a professional profile with good managing capacities, inclination to problem solving and project autonomy, with specific expertise on the multilevel governance approach and its application to the planning and management of public services.
Deadline for submission of applications: 14th May 2021, h 24 CET

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TAMSALL project aims to strengthen the institutional and administrative capacity of Libyan National and Local Public Institutions, to foster the public administration efficiency and competencies in planning and implementing public administrative functions according to a multilevel governance process. This implies the reinforcement of MoLG and Presidency Council capacity in the coordination, consultation and planning/programming and of Local Administrations capacities in programming, planning and implementing, in order to represent and address local development needs to central level, in a proper and effective way

Informest participates at the Coordination of Scientific Steering Committee and it takes part in the internal evaluation of the quality of the produced deliverables and outputs. The main Infomest activities will focused on the coordination and implementation of the lessons learned thanks to Nicosia Initiative and modelling of implemented projects and programmes. Furthermore, Informest will manage the traineeship visits on MLG approach for service delivery in EU or MENA regions (task shared with ART-ER); it will follow the capacity building actions on MLG approach for service delivery in Libyan municipalities, for the environmental, youth and communication supporting services (pilot actions).

Finally, Informest will develop a territorial development strategic plan, in ordet to enforce the creation of a new EGTC.



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