Self Help Africa (SHA)-Kenya is a dynamic international organisation based in Nairobi with its headquarters in Ireland with operations in 8 (eight) African countries across East, Southern and West Africa. Self Help Africa has a long established and growing office in Kenya, with over 40 members of full-time staff running development projects that encompass value chain and enterprise development as well as climate resilience programming focusing on smallholder farmers. The Kenya office has a particularly strong focus supporting and strengthening agricultural SMEs and value chains and is currently managing a blended finance facility on behalf of the European Union, funding agricultural businesses to increase their sourcing capacity through working with smallholder farmers.
Self Help Africa, with funding from the European Union is currently implementing a four (4) year initiative under Common Program Framework (CPF) that operationalizes the Ending Drought Emergencies (EDE) strategy in Kenya that aims to Support Resilience for Sustainable Livelihoods through implementation of the project “Baringo Resilience Initiative, Nurturing Greater Opportunity” (BaRINGO). The Project is implemented in partnership with Farming Systems Kenya (FSK) and Sustainable Agricultural Information Initiative (SAII) with close collaboration with the County Government of Baringo and National Drought Management Authority as key stakeholders.
SHA Kenya require a consultant to assist Self Help Africa in Communications and Visibility. The documents are found here:
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTANT in COMMUNICATIONS AND VISIBILITY
SHA Terms and Conditions 2019 W&S
SHA Code of Conduct Policy
SHA Anti Fraud and Anti Corruption Policy
SHA Child Protection Policy
Deadline: Submissions must be received by 1 June, 2021. The proposal should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read the Request for proposal document for all other details, including how to submit queries and the deadline for clarifications.
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