Project Title

Capacity Building for Digital Innovation using Block-Chain Technology 

Project Year

2019   

Project Number

PPSTI 09 2019A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

PPSTI 09 2019A 

Project Title

Capacity Building for Digital Innovation using Block-Chain Technology 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Digital Innovation 

Project Year

2019 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

66,817 

Co-funding Amount

22,500 

Total Project Value

89,317 

Sponsoring Forum

APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Chile; Hong Kong, China; Korea; Malaysia; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

01/05/2020 

Expected Completion Date

30/04/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Luo Zhigang 

Job Title 1

Associate Professor 

Organization 1

Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Science 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(86-20) 87057771 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

luozg@ms.giec.ac.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Luo Zhigang 

Project Summary

The block-chain renaissance will no doubt broaden the horizon of positive change for many societies. Despite challenges in key areas remain, we encourage APEC economies to bridge policy gaps and advocate better linkage of regional digital economies through capacity building and policy recommendations.

Based on ten best practices of blockchain application collected in three key areas:  1) sustainable green energy, 2) traceable, green safe food supply, 3) decentralized financial applications. the project will implement one two-day capacity building workshop in Guangzhou on blockchain application for decision makers and industry representatives from developing economies.

In addition to best practices sharing, the workshop will also have a further discussion of new regulatory frameworks and governance structures that supports the deployment, and most importantly ethical of blockchain technology. This will form policy recommendations which will be submitted to APEC.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: The significant of Digital Innovation have, without a doubt, attracted greater attention at the APEC summit in Chile and even G20 summits. Its growing significant are driven by rapid development of newer forms of information technology and it ever closer integration with our daily lives. However, challenges remain in key areas: 1) The misuse of ICT applications and services as a facilitator for digital financial speculations instead of industry development, and 2) establishment of an effective mechanism for international coordination on curbing tax evasion and terrorism financing in cross-border activities. 

Block-chain technology may provide a solution for these challenges. Its design ensures access to data is transparent, verifiable, traceable when policy and technical implementation is done properly, strong fault tolerance, and immutability through consensus mechanisms. By using block-chain technology, the complexity of implementing a flexible, modern innovation framework may be simplified as many intermediate processes may become unnecessary. 

This project seeks to share best practices on the block-chain applications for the APEC region with a main focus on effective policy, regulatory frameworks, and regulatory approaches that are innovative as well as agile, flexible, and adapted to the digital era such as the use of regulatory sandboxes. 

The project will have sustained benefits for all APEC economies, as it addresses issues in bridging the digital divide and foster the adoption of digitalization among micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and all individuals, particularly women and other vulnerable groups throughout APEC regions. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project directly links to the Criteria of the ASF Digital Innovation Sub-fund. The project aims to implement capacity building on block-chain technology and application to drive the democratization of participation based on APEC’s current efforts, which include the “internet and Digital Economy Roadmap”. The project will contribute to two key areas of focuses as follows, 1) Promoting coherence and cooperation of regulatory approaches affecting the Internet and Digital Economy 2) Promoting innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services. 

The project will help to achieve inclusive economic development as there will be more engagements from women and those from remote and rural areas as well as disadvantaged groups in the broader economy. 

Relevance – Capacity Building: This project will focus on capacity building for decision makers and industry representatives for developing economies by collecting ten best practices, organizing a two-day capacity building workshop in Guangzhou.  Given that the newly emerging technologies are abstract to understand, the project will invite experts from APEC economies to submit those cases which prove to be successful in their applications in the three key areas:  1) sustainable green energy, 2) traceable, green safe food supply, 3) decentralized financial applications. We will organize project experts to give lectures on blockchain basic concept (its application, its associated business model innovation, the relevant policy demand etc.) and to select ten best practices from those submitted candidate cases. This will ensure that the selected best practices in the three key areas could be easily copied in APEC region. 

The project will improve know-how for those decision makers in developing economies, Member economies will be mostly involved into the design of the workshop and its specific agenda and content in order to provide the most responsive and useful outputs that meet the real needs of developing economies. 

The project will help to achieve APEC’s goals to attain sustainable growth and equitable development in the Asia-Pacific region and to reduce economic disparities among APEC economies in the digital society. And it will also fulfil APEC’s objectives to help Members to participate more fully in the regional digital economy.

Objectives

Providing ongoing support for APEC economies to find new areas of growth through blockchain and use it to strengthen inter linkage of local digital economies in the APEC region, which is a key strategic medium-term goal of the Digital Innovation Sub-fund. Consistent with APEC Action Agenda on the Digital Economy, the objective of the project is to share of good practices on block-chain applications through one workshop in Guangzhou, China. Also policy suggestions on effective policy and regulatory approaches and frameworks (including through the use of regulatory sandboxes) will also be presented through one workshop in Malaysia in 2020.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The 26th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting 2018, given the rapid development of digital technologies and their far-reaching implications for all our economies, the implementation of the Roadmap has now become more urgent than ever. We therefore endorse the APEC Action Agenda on the Digital Economy (Annex A) and instruct officials to begin implementing this Agenda starting from 2019. To implement the Roadmap, this project will encourage economies to work closely with private sector and other stakeholders.  

Ministers Responsible for Trade Meeting Joint Statement 2019: we encourage economies to identify and reduce unnecessary regulatory barriers, bridge gaps and improve access to the digital economy, including through capacity building. We call on officials to start working on a comprehensive work program for the implementation of all elements of the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap and look forward to the APEC Economic Policy Report 2019 “Structural Reform and Digital Economy”, so that APEC can report on progress to Leaders. 

The project will contribute to the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap by promoting block-chain applications and putting forward policy coordination suggestions among APEC regions. 

Alignment – Forum: The project aligns with the PPSTI Strategic Plan 2016-2025, relating to Promoting Enabling Environment for Innovation, B3 Promote public Partnerships for Science and Technological Innovation. 

The project will disseminate best practices to support science and technological innovation. Strengthen links between the public and private sectors to support research and development commercialization including financing mechanisms. More importantly the project will develop frameworks and policy recommendations to increase public-private partnerships in support of commercialization for the coming digital economy.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The project outputs include case study report,  Executive summary. 

Output No

Output

Time

Location

 Purpose

1

A two-day workshop

Oct 2020

Guangzhou, China

To organize a two-day capacity building workshop for decision makers and Industry representatives from Developing member economies by Sharing best practices, regulation policy

2

Project Report

Jan 2021

Guangzhou, China

To present APEC the final Project Report which include Executive Summary, Case Study, Policy Recommendations.

It is expected that the final Project Report will be 30 pages in length (Case Study 20 pages, Policy Recommendation 3 pages, Executive Summary 7 pages).

Output 1 will be a two-day-workshop to be held in Oct 2020 in Guangzhou. We will invite 12 speakers, tentatively 5 decision makers who are in charge of blockchain industry policy planning, 7 industry representatives who are experts in blockchain technology development or demonstrate successful in deploying blockchain technology in their projects. The audience will include government officials (from energy department, food and health department, financial and securities department from developing economies), researchers and experts from universities and institutes, NGOs and some private industry representatives. The tentative agenda for the two-day workshop is as follows: 

Day 1:

9:30-12:00 general session

Opening address: speakers from decision makers (3 presentations from APEC economies), for example, we will invite NDRC, MOST or some other authorities to give a keynote speech.

Training presentation 1: getting to understand blockchain technology: its concept, application, development trend.

Training presentation 2: how to make innovative business model using blockchain technology.

13:30-15:30 session 1: blockchain application in sustainable green energy

Speaker 1: how to boost green energy development using blockchain technology.

Speaker 2: case study 1 blockchain application in promoting green Winter Olympic 2022.

Speaker 3: case study 2 blockchain application in mini-grid to boost renewable energy development.

Speaker 4: case study 3 blockchain application in promoting low carbon consumption product.

Day 2 

9:30-10:30 session 2: blockchain application in traceable, green safe and health management

Speaker 1: blockchain application in source trace of green food management

Speaker 2: how blockchain help to combat infectious diseases.

More details: 

11:00-12:30 session 3: blockchain application in decentralized financial applications.

Three speakers will be invited. More details to be confirmed.

13:30-17:00 session 4: Regulation Policy recommendations:

Key topics include

1)  regulation policy status in each developing economy

2)   What should be the right policy to help boost blockchain development in right way, e.g., the sandbox regulation, the network security, the public access to digital asset etc.

3)  What detailed policy should be worked out to boost the three key areas presented in the above three sessions.

Output 2 project report will include executive summary, case study, policy recommendations. Case study report will be selected from those submitted best practices from APEC economies in the three key areas:  1) sustainable green energy, 2) traceable, green safe food supply, 3) decentralized financial applications.

Policy recommendations will focus on how to develop of digital infrastructure, enhance inclusiveness of Internet and Digital Economy, enhance cooperation between public and private sectors, including  on consumer protection, promote coherence and cooperation of regulatory approaches affecting across-board Digital Economy.  We will first draft the policy recommendations based on the workshop discussions and then send the recommendations to more experts and decision makers from other APEC economies for further comments. It is expected that the first draft will be finished two weeks after workshop in Guangzhou, and call for comments will last for one month and then we will compile it into the final files. 

The project will publish call for best practices and disseminate this information to all APEC economies, especially we will ask Co-sponsoring economies focal point to contact the local blockchain experts to submit best practices respectively in their economies. The project will design one standard format for experts to submit the best practices. An expert review group will be established to make the final decision of which ten cases will be selected as the best ten practices. It is expected that each case study will contain about two pages. That means the total case study report will be about twenty pages. 

The output will serve for improving know-how of blockchain technology and business innovation for decision makers as well as industry representatives. This will help decision makers to work out proper industry policy to encourage blockchain application. Also, industry representatives will also imitate the deployment of blockchain in their business decisions.

Outcomes:  

 Outcomes No

Impacts/Changes/Benefits

Ways of Measuring or Evaluation

1

Increased knowledge of blockchain

technology to promote digital economy for the public

decision makers and industry representatives

Surveying for decision makers and industry

Representatives among APEC economies.

2

More policies to be issued to encourage development of blockchain among APEC economies

The numbers of policies to be issued in the next coming years.

By putting together views from both public and private sectors, it is expected to inspire closer partnership and more frequent dialogues between entrepreneurs/startup and policy makers/regulators who participated the workshops. 

In medium-term (1-2 years after project completion), on line Project Report will be free accessible, participants from different economies and PPSTI members will be inspired from the case study and the capacity building recommendations. 

The PO team will stay as member in PPSTI and continue to assist the adoption of policy recommendations by members, which will lead to more blockchain projects and closer public private partnership in the era of digital transformation. 

Beneficiaries:  Workshop participants and audience will benefits directly from the project. 

Beneficiaries

Roles of Responsibility

Economies represented

How they will benefit

Workshop speech

presenter

They will share their best practices and put forward policy Suggestions.

All the co-sponsoring

Economies will be invited

The presenters are mostly blockchain technology providers. They will benefit from the project by promoting their mature technology and urge policy makers to work

out some policy which will help blockchain technology widely

used among APEC regions.

Workshop audiences

They attend capacity building workshop and learn the basic concept

Audiences are primarily from China and other developing economies.

By attending workshop and free discussion, the Audiences will improve their Capabilities.

Policy makers

To join the policy discussion on how to regulate the blockchain development

Policy makers among APEC regions will be encouraged to attend Workshop.

They will learn "how to" establish the legal machinery for policing the use of the technology and enforce alignment on the importing of these services with their socioeconomic development paths.  

They will also learn to integrate the policy recommendations from the project outcomes when working out local policy regulations.

SMEs

They attend workshop, read the project best practices.

SMEs among APEC

Regions

Project publications will be accessible on APEC website.

Workshop participants will be professionals from either public sectors(including government officials,  decision makers or legal makers who will be responsible for making policies to regulate or encourage blockchain development, academic or research circle who will help to research on blockchain technology development) and private sectors(including industry representatives who aims to gain profits by providing blockchain technology services, project owners who might use blockchain to enlarge their market share and increase productivity.) with extensive experiences in successfully using block-chain implementation projects in public private collaboration either in joint projects or policy making activities. Workshop participants will be nominated by all PPSTI members. Workshop participants will be also invited to present voice/video conference and interviews before, between and after the workshop, and take part in the drafting of output document. 

Audiences are local people in China and also other developing economies, from either public sectors or private sectors.. The audience will not take part in drafting output document but will be encouraged to speak on Q&A session to interact with workshop speakers and participants. It will give local people to dialogue with APEC experts from other member economies. 

The primary targets are workshop participants and PPSTI members. Second target audiences are policy makers and entrepreneurs in digital economy and block chain technology field in APEC members. 

Some workshop participants will also include government policy makers in the field of blockchain industry, particularly from APEC developing member economies, as they will learn to work out right policy. . PO team will invite PPSTI members to disseminate the project report, after improved and endorsed, to policy makers of their economy. The document will be a useful reference in policy making and enable policy makers to access broader opinions from private sector. 

Industry representatives will translate the policy into practices. Private sector, especially start-ups in digital economy and digital technology business, will benefit from the project, since the project report will be put online as APEC publication. 

For those in other APEC economies who cannot come to Guangzhou to attend workshop, they will join the capacity building by visiting the on-line workshop system and browsing on-line capacity building materials. We will also record the workshop for those SME among other APEC economies and ask focal point to help disseminate them. 

The two-day workshop audience will include public decision makers and private industry representatives. Public decision makers from low carbon, health management and financial sectors will account for 50%, and the rest will be private sectors. However, we will engage more policy makers by sending training material, sharing case study and constant policy dialogues.

Dissemination

The project report will be presented to Secretariat in a standard of English which requires no further copy-editing. All information outputs which will be distributed and published as an APEC publication, will be prepared in accordance with Guidebook on APEC Projects, the APEC Publication Guidelines and the APEC Logo Guidelines. The project report will include executive summary, case study, policy recommendations Among them case study report will present 10 best practices (each economy will be invited to present 1-2 cases) and their implications will be developed as outputs in the policy recommendations. Ten best practices will be collected in innovative financial areas, public transportation area, energy and environmental areas, food health management areas.

5-8 policy recommendations will be made on how to develop of digital infrastructure, enhance inclusiveness of Internet and Digital Economy, enhance cooperation between public and private sectors, including  on consumer protection, promote coherence and cooperation of regulatory approaches affecting across-board Digital Economy. 

There’s no intention to present the report to non-APEC events, unless otherwise requested by participants or members and endorsed by PPSTI. 

There is no intention to put in commercial use of any outputs. All publications and communication materials will comply with APEC guidelines. All materials will be endorsed by PPSTI before dissemination by any means. 

There is no intention to disseminate the report to non-APEC organizations. Reporting, and other written outputs associated with this project, which will be publically available.

Gender

The project encourages participation from both men and women. PO will keep record of the proportion of different gender’s participation in two workshops. Preferences will be given to women when inviting speakers. Gender issue is considered as one of the main focuses of this project, since different perspectives from different genders will enrich effectively the study. 

PO team is completing a domestic report on Women and blockchain development in China and finds that blockchain technology and digital economy advancement will bring more opportunities for women than before. Actually women in China are using blockchain technology to improve food and health management. PO will invite female experts to share their experiences.

 APEC has committed to promoting women’s economic empowerment through the following pillars: 

Access to markets, including markets for labor and for goods and services produced by women-owned enterprises: women now play active role in health department so this project will help women to access to markets in health sector by greater deployment of blockchain.

Leadership, voice, and agency: the project will ensure great participation from women, so that  women are valued as contributors, professionals, and leaders in the private, not-for-profit, and public sectors. 

In order to ensure that specific steps will be taken to ensure women’s participation, we will set clear targets to be set for women’s participation, 40% speakers and 35% participants will be invited. Among which at least 15% women-led SME will join the workshop and policy discussion. 

The Project will collect sex-disaggregate data for its events.

Work Plan

Time

Tasks

Deliverables

May 2020

Arrange third party to sign contract with APEC

Contract with APEC

May 2020

Establishment of Joint Project Committee.

Participants will be PPSTI members of co-sponsoring economies. PO reports to JOC every 2 months by email about the project’s development and seek advices.

Project Joint Committee established

May 2020

Invite for submitting best practices

Confirm the experts to submit candidate best practices

Jun 2020

Call for nominations and prepare workshop Guangzhou (minimum  12 speakers, 60 local audiences, 10 international audiences)

List of participants and speakers

1 Oct 2020

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report to Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

Oct.2020

Organize Workshop in Guangzhou

Start drafting workshop Summary,  compiling case study

Participant Evaluation Survey

Workshop 1 successfully held in Guangzhou.

Dec 2020

Complete project report with final policy recommendation

Project Report.

1 Mar 2021

Submit Project Report to the Secretariat for review and endorsement

Endorsed Project Report

May 2021

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Jun 2021

Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat, as required by all APEC funded projects

Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects

Risks

1)  Unbalanced participation of public and private sector. Inadequate participation of either public or private sector participants will be considered as risk. PO will establish target indicators (50% public sector and 50% private sector). In case of Inadequate participation we will suggest nominations through business and international organization partners (for example, China Chamber of International Commerce, ABAC, APRU and UNCTAD and other blockchain associations. 

2)  Uncertainty in local audience’s scale. The workshops aim to host no more than 60 local audiences, so as to keep participants focus on discussions among different economies. But depending on the requests, this value may be underestimated. If risk happens, PO will use live or online broadcasting on the workshops, or seek to have a larger venue within budget. 

3)  Low attendance of funded participants due to travel arrangement. The PO will arrange online presentations (by DiDi’s global video conference system) of speakers and participants who have difficulty to travel. PO notes that PPSTI meetings and events generally have good turn-out rate. 

4)  Low engagement of members providing best practices. PO will present sample cases ASAP before workshop 1 to inspire members to identify similar domestic cases. 

5)  Time constrains and failing to deliver outputs in time. PO establish a team of 4 people  for project coordination and priority will be given to this project. (7) low quality of reporting documents as well as lower than desired impact of such outputs. PO will keep improving the report and invite more senior experts, especially English-speaking experts to improve the project report. 

6)  Low participants from policy decision makers: PO will contact local policy decision makers who is in charge of blockchain industry development.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The project will collect feedback from project committee members and PPSTI on background paper, draft outcome paper and project report. Workshop speakers’ profile and PPTs will also be collected. Survey to participants will be conducted and survey to audience will be done additionally. Gender impacts will be measured by percentage of women participation in workshop. 

The PO team will collect above information by interviews, emails, pre-workshop and post-workshop video meetings and telephone meetings. PO will self-fund video and tel-meetings using company’s global conference system.

We will design one questionnaire to those participants right after workshop to see if they have more chances to work in blockchain, work out more policy or employ blockchain technology in their original projects. 

To be clearer, please find details in the following table: 

Outputs and outcomes

Evaluation content

How to assess

Evaluation indicators

A two-day workshop

Participation from developing economies

to all APEC economies

A detailed questionnaire

Will be handed out to

Participants right after

Workshop

80%

Ratio of public decision makers to private sector experts

1:1

ratio of women-led SME will join the

workshop and policy discussion

15%

Project Report

Number of best practices submitted and selected by the project expert committee

The project expert committee will have final decision on which Best Practices and policy should be considered.

10

Number of policy recommendations to be accepted by APEC economies

5

Number of policies

Number of policies which has been issued

In total After the project

We will ask focal point to inform us any new changes in policy issuing.

5

Number of APEC economies which will

Issue new policy

3

Increased

knowledge of blockchain

technology

for the public

decision makers and industry representatives

Percentage of satisfaction of workshop participants on the capacity building

A detailed questionnaire will be handed out to participants right after

Workshop

80%

Linkages

Project output workshop and the project report will seek co-endorsement from E-Commerce Steering Group(ECSG) and Digital Economy Steering Group(DESG). It will support the Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap (the Roadmap) and the Cross-Border E-Commerce Facilitation Framework (the Framework). 

Project Overseer will seek nomination of one expert from ECSG and one from DESG to take part in joint project committee and speak on workshop. Participants nominated by DESG and ECSG to workshops are also welcomed. The policy recommendations will seek ABAC’s co-endorsement, and if endorsed by ABAC, the project’s development and outputs are intended to be presented in CEO dialogue meeting as cross-fora contribution. 

There’re no previous or ongoing similar projects in PPSTI. Although PPSTI past projects often involves private sector participants, this project distinct itself from other initiatives by focusing on public private partnership in digital economy. 

The project is designed as one of the actions under APEC Connectivity Blueprint and its topic is refined according to APEC and PPSTI’s annual priorities. The project dose not intent to cover issues beyond APEC’s discussion and interests, so APEC is the best source of fund.

Sustainability

As next steps of this project, the PO team will collect thoughts on follow-up initiatives from participants by surveys and interviews and report to PPSTI for information. Future initiatives includes in-depth comparison study of best practices in different economies, and measurement analysis of public private partnership’s social and economic impact. 

Also, after project completion, the PO will keep in touch with workshop participants and continue to participate in PPSTI meetings or events, as PPSTI China member. The project outcomes and their updates will be regularly reported to PPSTI’s Connectivity sub-group until sister or follow-up projects are established. 

PO will also self-fund to establish one website which will update the newly selected best practices from APEC economies, the latest blockchain technology development as well as policy news in different APEC economies so that any participants will access to the follow-up information. 

Project Overseers

Mr. Luo zhigang is a professional in international cooperation of science, technology and innovation from China. He received academic master training in Guangdong foreign Language University (China) and is now pursing doctoral degree in Nanjing University for Science and Technology. He started career in Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CAS as the coordinator of science communication cooperation with European Union, assisting internationalization of China’s science communication. In 2012 he was transferred to Guangdong Development and Reform Commission, taking charge of designing emission trading programme for Guangdong Province. 

He has extensive international cooperation experiences dealing with project ideas drafting, project management, project supervision. So far he has implemented 15 international cooperation projects with foreign governments, Nongovernmental organizations. The clients include World Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Commission, UK Foreign Commonwealth Office, Energy Fund etc. 

Another three staffs will be also hired to manage this project with different responsibilities like budget management, research coordination and policy dialogues with decision makers. 

To produce high-quality APEC publications, we try to invite more native English speakers and experts to work on the case study as well as final project report.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

One institution will be contracted for events management and project report in Guangzhou. APEC funding contractor will be located at Guangzhou, the main duties include: 

- collaborate with local agencies for hosting Workshop, includes hotel, Hosting Venue, Volunteering, IT (40% duty)

- support drafting and dissemination of administrative circular, workshop briefing, press release and other documents related to the event(30%duty)

- act as primary contact for Workshop participants regarding logistic issues (20%duty)

- other operational issues of the workshop (transport, IT, volunteers, note-taking, etc) of the workshop (10% duty) 

3-5 researchers, either from public institution or NGO/Think Tank, preferably with broadly extensive link to academia and has rich experience in international studies, will be contracted for external research of the project, with main duties: 

- conduct interviews and lead focused group discussions (online or face-to-face) (35% duty)

- support drafting and dissemination of policy recommendations and other documents related to research (35% duty) 

- support drafting and dissemination of case study report, policy recommendations and other documents related to research (35% duty) 

-  conduct survey on project evaluation (15%) 

The contract will provide the Terms of Reference/Scope of Services, hourly rate and number of hours/days expected to complete the job for the approval of the Program Director prior to entering into any financial commitment with the Contractors.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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