Self Help Africa received Match funding from UKaid to implement a 2-year project Sept 2019 – Oct 2021 focused on Self Help Africa (SHA) is an International Non-Governmental Organization implementing rural development, sustainable food and livelihoods security programmes in nine countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. SHA’s vision is an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa with a mission to support sustainable livelihoods for Uganda’s smallholder farmers. SHA has been working in Uganda for close to 20 years. Self Help Africa in partnership with Golden Bees Limited, Swienty Commodities ApS and Kahl GmbH & Co.KG (Kahlwax Limited) and with financial support from the Danida Market Development Partnerships (DMDP), are implementing the Market-Oriented Rural Enterprise for Honey (MORE-HONEY) project in Uganda. The MORE-HONEY project promotes the development of an equitable honey value chain through working with 2,000 farmers in the four districts of Kitgum and Lamwo in the East Acholi region and Amudat and Nakapiripirit in the Southern Karamoja sub region. The project contributes to market development and promote economic growth and employment.
Self Help Africa Uganda seeks the services of a consultant to undertake a Inclusive Business Model Analysis. Click here to download the following documents:
- Q- 1792 ToR
- Consultancy call
- 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
Deadline: Submissions must be received by close of business Saturday 27 November, 2021.
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 contact us, to make a confidential report visit selfhelpafrica.ethicspoint.com Please provide as much detail as possible with any reports. Further information on Confidential Reporting is available here.