Farm Africa Training and Project Evaluation Consultants Jobs in Kenya

Farm Africa

Consultancy Tenders

Farm Africa is an innovative charity that reduces poverty in rural Eastern Africa by helping farmers grow more, sell more and sell for more: we help farmers to not only boost yields, but also gain access to markets, and add value to their produce. We place a high priority on environmental sustainability and develop approaches that help farmers to improve their yields and incomes without degrading their natural resources.

Our programmes vary hugely, ranging from helping crops farmers to boost harvests, livestock keepers to improve animal health, and forest coffee growers to reach export markets, but core to all of them is a focus on the financial sustainability of the farmers’ businesses and environmental sustainability.

Farm Africa Kenya through one of its project in Trans Nzoia County (Growing Futures) aims to develop a model to expand agricultural entrepreneurial skills to improve livelihood opportunities
for youths engaging in profitable and viable agri-enterprises beyond the traditional maize production.

The project approach in market led commercial agriculture with emphasis on enterprise development at group level. It supports over 2000 rural youth farmers with both business and technical training, and links them to markets and input providers to ensure sustainable growth of their business.

In order to support the design of the project implementation we would like to invite tenders from consultants on the following assignments;

1. Peer to peer support and women leadership training

2. End of project evaluation

For more details and full terms of references, please visit on our website www.farmafrica.org/tenders/tenders.

For applications, send your expression of interest and a detailed CV or company profile to procurementkenya@farmafrica.org by 5pm (GMT+3) on 9th April 2019.


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Updated: March 29, 2019 — 7:28 pm