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.
Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Cassava Value Chain in Kenya is a 5 year programme funded by the European Union. It is a collaboration between Self Help Africa as the lead applicant and co-applicants: Rafiki Microfinance Bank, Ugunja Community Resource Centre (UCRC), Ustadi Foundation and Tru Trade. This project responds to identified needs, challenges, and opportunities within the cassava value chain in Kenya, leveraging the expertise of the private sector and together delivering an integrated package of activities to increase the competitiveness of the cassava value chain.
SHA Kenya require 12 x Solar Dryers for the project. The documents are found here:
- Q- 1803 ITT Provision of 12 Solar Dryers
- Q-1803 Financial Offer Template APPENDIX B
- SHA Terms and Conditions 2019 Supplies
- SHA Code of Conduct Policy
- SHA Child Protection Policy
- SHA Anti Fraud and Anti Corruption Policy
- SHA Conflict of Interest Policy
Deadline: Submissions must be received by Thursday 16th December 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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