Self Help Africa (SHA), an international development organisation based in Nairobi with headquarters in Ireland and operations in 9 countries across East, Southern and West Africa, works with smallholder farmers, farmer associations, cooperatives and small and medium size enterprises (MSMEs) in the agribusiness sector. Above all, its goal is to increase the competitiveness of various agricultural value chains. On top of this, it also seeks to address dietary and gender challenges among the actors and smallholder farmers.
The SHA operation in Nairobi received funding from the European Commission to implement a 5-year program dubbed, Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Cassava Value Chain in Kenya. As a result, SHA seeks the services of a BDS consultant to build the capacity of the MSMEs, farmer cooperatives, and farmer business groups in various aspects of food product development, handling and safety through mentor-ship and/or coaching support to address main obstacles to their growth.
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Q-0641 – TOR Food Production Development Handling and Safety Business Devt Service
Appendix 1 Terms and Conditions – Services and Works
Appendix 2 Child Protection Policy
Appendix 3 Code of Conduct
Submissions must be received by Thursday 20th June, 2019. 17:00 E.A.T.
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