Type d'offre
Poste terrain

Type de contrat
Contrat de prestation de services

Date limite de candidature
17/03/2024 23:55

Durée de la mission
Long terme

Portage salarial / Cabinet d'expertise

32 mois

Description de la mission

Expertise France is recruiting a national coordinator for a 12-month mission to Kigali as part of the Green PFM project (renewable contract until the end of the project).

 Under the supervision of the head of project, the national coordinator will ensure the coordination of all activities with to the various beneficiary administrations.

Based in Kigali, the national coordinator works under the supervision of the Head of Project and supports the Head of Project in the implementation of all activities.  

The national coordinator is responsible for:

·         Support the steering and monitoring of activities in close collaboration with the Head of Project, in particular the steering committees;

·         Liaising with project beneficiary institutions and other relevant stakeholders, liaising with focal points designated by beneficiary institutions;

·         Facilitate information sharing and cooperation between project beneficiaries;

·         Collect quarterly data and supporting documentation for loan indicators (Disbursement link indicators of the AFD budget support program);

·         Support the Technical assistance monitoring and evaluation plan and collect indicators;

·         Prepare all expert missions of the project (logistical support).


The provisional duration of the mission is 12 months, renewable over the duration of the project (32 months). 

The national coordinator is based in Kigali, (office shared with other EF projects and/or directly located in the MINECOFIN).



Description du projet ou contexte

General objective: contribute to a reinforced integration of environmental objectives in the management of Public Finance; Support Rwanda in its climate trajectory by increasing the scale and impact of climate financial flows.

Main axes:

-          Climate-sensitive public finances that better inform investment, spending and procurement decisions;

-          Stakeholders in the financial system that take into account climate financial risks, in terms of regulation, supervision and investment choices and that contribute to the low-carbon path.

Key themes:

1.      Climate change mitigation and adaptation sensitive budgeting

2.      Climate-sensitive public investment

3.      Sustainable public procurement

4.      Monitoring, reporting, evaluation (MRV)

5.      Sustainable financial systems



Rwanda, a small, densely populated East African country with low GDP and GDP per capita, reports a low carbon energy mix. The country is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. In addition to the increased risk of food insecurity in a country dependent on rainfed agriculture for both rural livelihoods (62% of the population lives from agriculture) and tea and coffee exports (among the country’s main sources of currency), climate change could lead to health risks and damage to infrastructure. Rwanda is a climate voluntarist: the first developing country to submit a revised national contribution (NDC) in 2021, it aims for carbon neutrality by 2050. The cost of the NDC is estimated at USD 11 billion by 2030 (more than the country’s current GDP).

In December 2022, Rwanda became the first African country to access the IMF’s Resilience and Sutainability Fund (RSF). With an amount of USD 319 million, this RSF financing is backed by a matrix of reforms that will sequence the disbursements. The funding of the RSF also aims to play a catalytic role, by draining more funding towards Rwanda’s climate goals.


This €3 million technical assistance project aims to contribute to Rwanda’s ambitious climate goals alongside the IMF and other donors.

In parallel with this technical assistance, AFD also granted a €50 million program budget financing, with a matrix of indicators, the monitoring of which will be integrated into this technical assistance (budgetary financing of the Climate finance and Investment program budget support program).


This project supports the dynamics of low-carbon development and resilient to the effects of climate change and country policies in this area.


Expected results:

R1: Climate-sensitive budget. The production of a green budget makes it possible to assess and communicate the impact of public spending on the climate.

R2: Sustainable public investment (feasibility and selection): Feasibility studies lead to greater climate sensitivity of public investment projects and public investment projects are evaluated, selected and prioritised taking into account their climate impact. 

R3: Sustainable public procurement. The deployment of sustainable public procurement (SPP) helps align public procurement decisions by limiting environmental impacts.

R4: Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV). A MRV system that promotes climate trajectory control.

R5: Financial systems. Implementation of certain flagship measures of the Sustainable Finance Roadmap (SFR) that Rwanda adopted at COP27 through the deployment of climate finance guidelines and/or regulations by the Rwandan Central Bank (BNR – National Bank of Rwanda) to enable the financial sector (i) to better take climate risks into account and (ii) to improve reporting and transparency on this issue. 



Ministry of Finance (MINECOFIN): Budget Directorate, National Investment Directorate;

RPPA (Rwanda public procurement agency);

Ministry of the Environment;

REMA (Rwanda environment management agency);

Central Bank of Rwanda.


Expertise France will work closely with several french partners to ensure the project’s successful implementation:

-          The Budget Department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance on subject 1 to share experience on the green budget in France;

-          I4CE on subjects 1 and 2 to improve the management of public investments and analyze their impact.  .

-          CITEPA on subject 4 to set up a monitoring system for C02 emissions.

Profil souhaité

Master's degree in economics, law, political science or other related to the mission;

·         Good knowledge and understanding of economic and financial governance issues as well as environmental and climate issues;

·         General work experience of at least 4 years including experience in development project management;

·         Desired experience of donor administrative procedures;

·         Experience in Administration, NGO or in an international cooperation agency will be an asset.

Informations complémentaires

Applications must be submitted with: 
- A CV ; 
- A cover letter.

Date limite de candidature : 17/03/2024 23:55

Expertise France est l’agence publique de conception et de mise en œuvre de projets internationaux de coopération technique. L’agence intervient autour de quatre axes prioritaires :

  • gouvernance démocratique, économique et financière ;
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