Self Help Africa (SHA) is an international NGO operating in nine Africa countries. SHA’s vision is an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa, and a mission to develop enterprising solutions that enable smallholder farmers to achieve a better quality of life. We work with smallholder farmers, farmer associations, cooperatives, and agribusinesses across Africa to help farmers grow and sell more food, improve diets, diversify incomes, and make their livelihoods more sustainable and resilient to external shocks like climate change.
SHA’s interventions among smallholder farmers is implemented through both short-term and long-term, donor funded projects that aim to promote viable and competitive value chains. The projects are implemented either directly or through local partners. Either way, SHA provides thought leadership in developing implementation strategies that guide every project. Our Strategic Plan and related policies inform project strategies and actions in several thematic areas including production, value addition, marketing, stakeholder collaboration, natural resource management, inclusion, nutrition, and resilience building.
Baringo Resilience Initiative: Nurturing Greater Opportunity (BARINGO) is a collaboration between Gorta-Self Help Africa (SHA) and co-applicants Farming Systems Kenya (FSK).
The objective of the project is to contribute to improved food, nutrition, and income security for 60,000 beneficiaries in Baringo, Kenya. Specifically, food security will increase through increased agricultural production and diversification and Agri-enterprise development, nutrition security will improve through the promotion of nutrient rich crops and fruit trees, kitchen gardening and infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practises and improved nutrition and dietary diversity awareness. The income security of households (HHs) will increase through improved agricultural and livestock productivity and farmer level organisation, improved land and water management, integration into profitable value chains and improved access to market information financial services. Activities will be enhanced through improved collaboration of sub-county and county level platforms and networks focused on agriculture, nutrition, resilience, peace building and land management.
SHA Kenya requires the construction of pasture hay shades. The documents are found here.
- Q-3533 – Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the construction of pasture hay shades
- SHA Terms and Conditions 2023 W&S
- SHA Code of Conduct Policy
- SHA Conflict of Interest Policy
- SHA Child Protection Policy
- SHA Anti Fraud and Anti Corruption Policy
|ITT Published||Thursday 9th November 2023|
|Closing date for clarifications||Wednesday 22nd November 2023||17.00PM EAT|
|Closing date and time for receipt of tenders||Thursday 30th November 2023||10.00AM EAT|
|Tender Opening Location||Self Help Africa Offices, Nairobi, Kenya|
|Tender Opening Date and time||Thursday 30th November 2023||10.00AM EAT|
Deadline: Submissions must be received by 10am EAT Thursday 30th November 2023.
The technical and financial proposal should be e-mailed to [email protected] and in the subject field state: (a) CBA-Q-3533 tender for the construction of pasture hay shades (b) Name of your firm with the title of the attachment (c) Number of emails that are sent e.g. 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3
No offer should be sent via personal or individual e-mails. Offers sent through personal e-mails and in any other manner will be disqualified.
Please read the request for proposal 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 at selfhelpafrica.ethicspoint.com Please provide as much detail as possible with any reports. Further information on Confidential Reporting is available here.