Self Help Africa works with local communities to help them improve their farms and their livelihoods. Self Help Africa works with smallholder farmers and their families to make sustainable improvements in their livelihoods from both intensification and diversification of agriculture and greater integration into markets. As a result of our experience and learning we aim to influence the policies and ways of working of other actors to enable smallholder farmers in Africa to prosper. Our core values underpin our approaches: working in partnership, community-led development, and integrated solutions. Self Help Africa believes that this is key to building local capacity to sustain change and scale up good practices.
Self Help Africa invites proposals to conduct an independent evaluation of the programme of work.
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- Q-1425 SHA IA PGII external evaluation
- SHA Code of Conduct Policy
- SHA Conflict of Interest Policy
- SHA Anti Fraud and Anti Corruption Policy
- SHA Child Protection Policy
- SHA Terms and Conditions W&S
Tenders must be submitted via electronic format to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org Tenders must be received not later than 17:00, 30 June 2021. Tenders that are received late or are in a format that cannot be accessed will be deemed to be invalid.
Please read the TOR document for all other details, including how to submit queries and the deadline for clarifications.
OUR POLICY: Self Help Africa does not ask for or accept money for bids. If approached for money or other favours, or if you have any suspicions of attempted fraud, bribery or corruption while tendering, please report immediately to our confidential email: email@example.com Please provide as much detail as possible with any reports. Further information on Confidential Reporting is available here.