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Recrutement de 01 Municipal Waste Management

Localité : Libye / TRIPOLI
Domaine : Droit
Niveau : BAC + 5
Entreprise recruteur : Organisation des Nations Unies (ONU)

Recrutement de 01 Municipal Waste Management
Niveau d'études: Bac + 5 ou plus
Expérience: 10 ans ou plus
Expire le: 03-11-2023

ONU Carrière
Tripoli, Libye
vacance de poste

Intitulé publication: Municipal Waste Management
Département / Bureau: Programme des Nations Unies pour les établissements humains
Lieu d'affectation: Tripoli; LIB - Other cities;
Période de candidature: - 03 novembre 2023
No de l’appel á candidature: 23-United Nations Human Settlements Programme-220286-Consultant
Staffing Exercise N/A

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Résultat de la prestation
The purpose of this Consultancy is Institutional governance analysis within municipal waste management.

Lieu de travail
Libya

Durée prévue
12 months

Fonctions et responsabilités
Organizational Setting

The mandate of the UN-Habitat Sub-Regional Office in Libya is to provide policy advice, technical cooperation and capacity building, especially to empower and support the most vulnerable populations. In line with the key objective of UN-Habitat's Strategic Plan 2020 - 2023: "Advancing sustainable urbanization as a driver of development and peace, to improve living conditions for all in line with the SDGs", the Regional Strategic Plan sets out the roadmap for achieving the four integrated and mutually reinforcing goals or "areas of change" as follows: a/ reducing spatial inequality and poverty in communities across the urban-rural continuum; b/ strengthening shared prosperity in cities and regions; c/ strengthening climate action and improving the urban environment; d/ effective prevention and response to urban crises.

Background

Libya has been engulfed in chaos since the overthrow of Gaddafi’s dictatorship in 2011. Over a decade of conflict between the Government of National Accord (GNA) in the West, and the Libyan National Army (LNA) in the East, has left the large oil producing country with fragmented and significantly weakened institutions.
In 2019, after the armed confrontation that broke out in Tripoli between the Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF) and the Government of National Accord (GNA), the build-up of waste engendered an administrative and environmental crisis threatening public health and hindering the population’s well-being. After over-accumulation of uncollected and untreated waste in the streets and residential areas, residents opted for incineration in informal landfills, which led to the emission of toxic gases and carcinogenic compounds. After the cessation of hostilities in June 2020, the waste management began to ease and authorities were able to intervene to slowly tackle the issue of uncollected and untreated waste. However the capability of the national and local authorities to implement a sustainable waste management system remains weak, mainly due to the absence of coordination between municipalities as well as poor waste collection service funding. Inadequate management of solid waste contributes to creating a favorable environment for insects, rodents and other vector agents, which leads to problems that negatively affect human and animal health, and ultimately result in economic, environmental and biological losses. Moreover, the lack of and access to proper waste management services particularly affects the most vulnerable groups of society such as migrants and displaced people, who often settle close to hazard or polluted sites where domestic or solid waste is deposited, with severe drawbacks on their health conditions.

The Ministry of Local Government (MoLG) was created by the Libyan Interim Government in an effort to shift from the central administration to a decentralized local governance system, which offers a higher level of administrative, fiscal and service delivery decentralization. The overall objective of the Ministry of Local Government’s roadmap for the National Program 2022-2025 is to ‘achieve balanced and genuine local development and improve the quality and level of services for Libyan citizens by empowering municipalities with their local competencies and resources, and developing their abilities, capabilities and primary service facilities’. One of their priority objectives is to Support and development of local primary facilities and services.

Concerning urban solid waste management services, full responsibility for collection, transport and disposal services has been legally transferred to the municipalities. In addition, the MoLG has undertaken concrete initiatives to guide and support the municipalities in fulfilling their new role, for instance through the definition of a solid waste management strategy and support for pilot implementation in 15 Libyan municipalities (including Tripoli), as well as the supply of machinery and equipment. Even though the framework to fully transfer the management and financing competencies to the municipalities is becoming more robust, the implementation of the regulations is at its early stages. The MoLG is still a relatively newly established ministry, the capacities of which need to be strengthened and enhanced to be able to perform the mandate, and fully support the municipalities in their delegated capacities.

Reporting Line
The consultant will be working under the direct supervision of the Head of Regional Office of Arab states with the support of the Head of Tunisia Office.

The consultant will carry out the following tasks and responsibilities:

1. Mapping of institutional stakeholders in Libya related to waste management and Moderation of discussion workshops with institutional stakeholders.
2. Analysis of institutional governance in relation to waste management.
3. Analysis of the plastics value chain.

Qualifications/Compétences
Master’s degree in economics or related area is required.
A minimum of 10 years of experience in the field of Economics, Institutional governance, Environment and local development is required.
Experience with UN System is desirable.
Familiarity working with Government of Libya institutions in the field of macro economics, public policy and local governance is desirable.

Traduction
Fluency in oral and written Arabic and English is required.

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