SECTORAL DIAGNOSIS on the LMT / “Emergence of the first trail network from the Mediterranean”


In the frame of the project “Emergence of the first trail network from the Mediterranean” (funded by AFD) centered around hiking tourism, the LMTA is seeking the professional services of consultants to conduct a comprehensive sectoral diagnosis.
The sectoral diagnosis will target rural tourism, cultural heritage preservation, environmental conservation & 
climate change to identify the most pressing needs within these sectors in targeted areas along the LMT.


The objectives of this consultancy are:

a. To conduct a diagnosis to identify the most pressing needs across three sectors of study:

  • Rural Tourism
  • Cultural Heritage Preservation
  • Environmental Conservation and Climate Change Mitigation

This diagnosis should cover four regions along the LMT, encompassing the entire trail:

The targeted regions are:

  • Akkar & Donnieh
  • Northern Mount Lebanon
  • Southern Mount Lebanon
  • Bekaa & South


The goal is to collect comprehensive and accurate data to guide the planning, implementation, and evaluation of relevant programs and interventions of the LMTA.

b. To identify and map key actors and initiatives in each studied region and sector, with an emphasis on youth initiatives and entrepreneurs. A minimum of 100 key actors and individual or community initiatives must be identified.

The consultancy shall engage one or more consultants to provide a thorough diagnosis of the three sectors in regions traversed by the LMT, including the mapping of key actors and initiatives per sector.

How to apply

IMPORTANT: Please refer to the Call for Proposals TORs for the submissions details and requirements.

Offerors must submit their technical and financial proposals electronically to [email protected] by  Thursday, February 15, 2024 at 5:00 pm.

The subject line of the e-mail should mention “Sectoral Diagnosis on the LMT”.

Thursday, 15. Feb 2024
Type of Call
Call for Proposals
Intervention Sector(s):
Development, Environment, Research & Studies