Self Help Africa (SHA)-Kenya is an international organization based in Nairobi with its headquarters in Dublin, Ireland dedicated to the vision of an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa, having operations in 9 African countries across Eastern, Southern and West Africa. In Kenya, SHA’s track record stretches over 15 years working with smallholder farmers, farmer associations, cooperatives and small and medium sized enterprises in the agricultural sector with an aim to help them increase production, diversify diets, income and agricultural activities by attracting better prices for their products through value addition and improved access to markets.
SHA’s approach to agricultural development is market driven and backed by technical expertise, evidence based best practices built over time from extensive experience in value chain development and project implementation. In addition, SHA works to raise awareness of smallholder farmers’ issues and represent their interests at policy and institutional levels. Currently, SHA works in more than 40 Counties spread out in all the regions of Kenya.
MEDA – Mennonite Economic Development Associates – is an international economic development organization that creates business solutions to poverty. For nearly 70 years, MEDA has been creating business solutions to poverty that are sustainable, scalable, measurable and replicable. MEDA has worked in over 70 countries and brings a unique market systems approach to project design that integrates technical assistance and access to capital. As an early leader in innovative finance, MEDA leverages public and private funding to advance social enterprises around the world that are positively impacting social, environmental and governance challenges in their communities. MEDA work in agri-food market systems, focusing primarily on women and youth in rural communities in the Global South. Their success is measured by income, improved processes, increased knowledge, and the creation of decent work.
SHA is looking for an Agri-Markets Research expert to conduct a Cassava Market Study for the project. The documents are found here
1.Q- 1783 TOR – TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CASSAVA MARKET STUDY
2.SHA Terms and Conditions 2019 Works and Services
3.SHA Code of Conduct Policy
3.SHA Child Protection Policy
3. SHA Anti Fraud and Anti Corruption Policy
3. SHA Conflict of Interest Policy
Deadline: Submissions must be received by Friday 26, November 2021.
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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