World Agroforestry Centre Scientist / Ethiopia Country Liaison Officer Job Vacancy

The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry or ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. 
As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health.

The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in 23 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. 

We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors.

To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: www.worldagroforestry.org

About the position

ICRAF seeks to recruit a candidate for the position of Scientist/Country Liaison Officer to establish strong partnerships with various institutions and development organizations in the Federal Republic of Ethiopia. 

The Officer will work with them to generate tree-based solutions to the problems of rural poverty, hunger and environmental degradation. 
The principal role of the incumbent would be to coordinate the development of a comprehensive agroforestry research for development programme for ICRAF in Ethiopia including; capacity strengthening, mobilizing resources for collaborative research with Ethiopian institutions and with other national agroforestry and land management programmes in the Eastern Africa Region. 
The Officer will be expected to promote collaborative research for development activities with NARS and other relevant institutions such as educational institutions, extension providers, NGOs, CBOs and the private sector in the country. 
Under the overall guidance of the Regional Coordinator for Eastern Africa and GRP leaders with projects and project proposals in Ethiopia, and in effective partnership with appropriate institutions in the country, the incumbent will be expected to perform the following tasks:

Requirements:

World Agroforestry Centre Scientist / Uganda Country Representative Job in Kampala

The World Agroforestry Centre (also known as the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry or ICRAF) is an independent research institution which generates science-based knowledge about the complex role trees play in agricultural landscapes and rural livelihoods. 
As part of the Centre’s work to bring tree-based solutions to bear on poverty and environmental problems, researchers – working in close collaboration with partners – are developing new technologies, tools and policy recommendations for increased food security and ecosystem health.

The Centre’s headquarters are located in Nairobi, Kenya, and research is conducted in 23 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. 

We are supported by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and receive funding from over 50 different donors.

To learn more about our organization, please visit our website: www.worldagroforestry.org

About the position

ICRAF seeks to recruit a candidate for the position of Scientist/Uganda Country Representative to be based at its Country Office in Kampala, Uganda. Reporting to the Regional Coordinator-East Africa, the incumbent will seek to build strong partnerships with institutions and development partners based in Uganda and work together to generate tree-based solutions to the problems of rural poverty, hunger and environmental degradation. 

The principal role of the Country Representative is to coordinate the development of a comprehensive agroforestry research for development programme for ICRAF in Uganda. 
This includes capacity strengthening, mobilizing resources for collaborative research with Ugandan institutions and other national agroforestry and land management programmes in the Eastern Africa Region. 
The incumbent will promote collaborative research for development activities with NARS and other relevant institutions such as educational institutions, extension providers, NGOs, CBOs and the private sector in the country. 
The research agenda will include innovative research on climate change and agro-biodiversity, as well as participatory evaluation and dissemination of the best-bet land management practices and agroforestry innovations that address issues of soil fertility, food security and environmental concerns in the context of opportunities and constraints to scaling up the wide adoption of agroforestry technologies among smallholder farmers. 
The job specifically includes the following duties and responsibilities to be carried out under the overall guidance of the Regional Coordinator for Eastern Africa and GRP leaders with projects in Uganda, and in effective partnership with appropriate institutions in the country:

ANAFE Communications Officer Job in Nairobi Kenya

The African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE), supported by the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi, Kenya, was established in 1993 and currently is made up of 132 member institutions (universities and colleges) in 35 African countries. The mission of ANAFE is to enhance Agricultural Education for Development. 
The network consists of four regional chapters known as RAFTs (Regional Agricultural Fora for Training ‑ one each in Eastern and Central Africa (ECA), Southern Africa (SA), the Sahelian countries (Sahel), and the Africa Humid Tropics countries (AHT)) ‑ and 21 National Chapters known as NAFTs (National Agricultural Fora for Training). Activities in each RAFT are spearheaded through a Focal Institution. 
The ANAFE Secretariat is based in Nairobi Kenya and supports the networking functions.

The position

Given the growth that ANAFE is going through, the network seeks to engage a Communications Officer to be responsible for the development and execution of ANAFE’s communication strategy.

Terms of Reference

The position is one year consultancy basis. 

The Communications Officer will be working at the Secretariat Office in Nairobi, Kenya and will report to the ANAFE Executive Secretary. 
Specifically the Communications Officer will:

ANAFE Human Resources Consultant Job in Nairobi Kenya

The African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE), supported by the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) in Nairobi, Kenya, was established in 1993 and currently is made up of 132 member institutions (universities and colleges) in 35 African countries. The mission of ANAFE is to enhance Agricultural Education for Development. 
The network consists of four regional chapters known as RAFTs (Regional Agricultural Fora for Training ‑ one each in Eastern and Central Africa (ECA), Southern Africa (SA), the Sahelian countries (Sahel), and the Africa Humid Tropics countries (AHT)) ‑ and 21 National Chapters known as NAFTs (National Agricultural Fora for Training). Activities in each RAFT are spearheaded through a Focal Institution. 
The ANAFE Secretariat is based in Nairobi Kenya and supports the networking functions.

The position

Given the growth that ANAFE is going through, the network seeks to engage a Human Resources Consultant to review the current operations focusing on the identification and strategic alignment of required competencies, staffing levels and conditions of service for greater organizational effectiveness and achievement of institutional goals and objectives.

Terms of Reference

The consultant will be working closely with the Secretariat staff in Nairobi for the period of the assignment and will report to the ANAFE Executive Secretary. 

Specifically the consultant will: