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Perspactive is a Dutch cooperative of nine Christian organizations working in the field of international cooperation. Perspactive looking for Sustainable Agriculture Experts in the field of Dairy Production, Plant Production and Soil and Water .
PerspActive in the Netherlands is hiring 3 sustainable agriculture experts for Uganda.
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BiD Network is looking for high potential growth SMEs in search of investment. Are you you an entrepreneur? Come to our investor trip Launch event on May 12th to be part of the official kick-off for our next investment readiness program.
Join the Launch Event to find out how your business can benefit from our services. Send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0393216435 and we will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm your registration. Please register by May 5 to join the Launch Event.
Trickle Up has been a pioneer graduating people out of extreme poverty since 1979. They have helped more than one million of the poorest, most vulnerable people move to greater economic self-sufficiency and connection with their communities.
Trickle Up provide the very poorest people with seed capital grants, skills training and coaching, and the support they need to create small businesses. We connect them to savings groups where they save money and access credit with others, create plans for the future and enact change in their communities. We help people connect with others in their villages build self-confidence and find their voice because poverty is about more than just money—it’s about exclusion.
The organization reaches the extreme poor, those living on less than $1.90 a day, who are most economically and socially excluded. Their focus is helping women, people with disabilities, refugees and other vulnerable people wh... Read more
In order to facilitate the design of a targeted and relevant project, GIZ seeks the services of a consultant who will provide a comprehensive understanding of the project setting and DML’s extended value chain for 5selected SACCOs in Tororo, Iganga, Butaleja, and Bugiri, which will be part of the pilot project.
The consultancy will provide detailed information on all actors, organizational structures, and processes along the value chain from the individual farmer up to DML and its buyers, and will provide the basis for specifying the approach, activities and targets of the planned project. It will thus fill the persisting information gaps which currently impede the targeted and specific design of the project.
The assignment aims to achieve a detailed identification and mappin... Read more
SNV Tanzania and partners Jackson Group, WOPATA and AgriProFocus, received funding from Agricultural
Markets Development Trust (AMDT) to implement the Inclusive Business in the Sunflower Value Chain
project in the Southern Highlands (Mbeya, Songwe, Rukwa and Katavi regions) of Tanzania. The project
uses an M4P approach in order to increase the sustainable income of smallholder sunflower farmers
through increased access to services, markets and inputs enabled by structural and behavioural change
triggered among the actors in the sunflower market system.
The project is looking for Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer to support and coordinate project
in Monitoring and Result Measurement (MRM) and Learning activities with partners and market actors on
the Inclusive Business in the Sunflower Value Chain project and ensure the effective measurement and
strategic utilisation of intervention results as well as the targeted d... Read more
The Irrigation Development Support Project (IDSP), an initiative of the Government of Zambia financed by the World Bank, will finance and establish irrigated farming developments at multiple sites in Zambia. A procurement process has now begun to select an irrigation manager and commercial farm investor for three priority sites in Chirundu, Mulfira and Chisamba districts.
Read more here , also for contacts at IDSP
Module II: Finance and Technical Resource Mobilisation
The objective of this session is to introduce delegates to various institutions providing various types of funding for agriculture and agribusiness in Africa. The program will also discuss the importance of business plan development in securing finance and review key components of comprehensive business plans and investment memoranda. Lastly, the program will discuss the value of joint ventures, mergers and acquisition as a method of expansion and resource mobilization.
The program will feature speakers from various types of financial institutions and also delegates will be asked to write down and, in small groups, develop a short action plan indicating the type and amount of funding they need to expand their business/ meet current needs and develop a 6 – 9 month (or faster if desired by the delegate) strategy to acquire these funds. The program... Read more
The AgriProFocus network in Zambia is a multi-stakeholder network which serves as a neutral marketplace for professionals from agri-businesses, producer organizations, NGOs, government, research institutions to share expertise and do business.
The Coordination team is hosted by SNV Netherlands Development Organisation in Zambia and supported by the AgriProFocus Netherlands secretariat. Its responsibility is to create opportunities for multi–stakeholder action and to facilitate connections and business links between professionals and organizations through business platforms, learning and networking events, market research and publications.
The Country Coordinator is responsible to develop a strong multi-stakeholder platform for sustainable agri-entrepreneurship in emerging and developing markets for food security through
1. Coordination and implementation of the AgriProFocus country strategy and annual plan
2. Mana... Read more
Consultancy Duration: April-September
Part-time: Approx. 4-5 days per month,
The RSTC Introduction:
The Rwenzori Sustainable Trade Center was first established in 2013 and formally registered in November 2015. The Center promotes harmony at home, and in, and between villages in an area of conflict, displacement and violence
The Centre markets handcrafts, coffee, cotton, and cocoa made by people living and working in communities in hard-to-reach mountainous villages. The Center works with local cooperatives, craft groups, many vulnerable families and with local and global buyers and partners of like mind.
The RSTC aims to carry forward the amazing and innovative work supported under the TJX Sustainable Trade Programme since 2012 in twelve Rwenzori communities. RSTC is building on the progress achieved to date by:
Sustaining the areas of progress in educatio... Read more
Deadline: 12 March 2017
As National Director – Rwanda, you will oversee the development and strategy of all country operations. World Vision Rwanda was founded in 1994 and serves more than 600,000 children, their families and their communities across 29 programme areas. Currently the office has a team of 320 staff with 87,000 registered children through the World Vision sponsorship programme. The office has a budget of $ 39 USD million made up of Sponsorship and Grants.
FXB Rwanda is a Harvard-affiliated local NGO operating in 10 Districts of Rwanda. FXB is the leading implementing partner of a research initiative, Strong Families “SugiraMuryango.” Which focuses on home-visiting to promote early childhood development (ECD) for families living in extreme poverty. By joining a dynamic team of FXB staff, the position will offer uniqu... Read more
Fairtrade Africa is recruiting a full time agronomist to train Kapkiyai Women in Coffee Association member on Good Agricultural Practices for Coffee and other food crops under 'Growing Women in Coffee' project. This is is a 3-year initiative (March 2015-February 2018) directly targeting 450 Fairtrade-certified smallholder women coffee farmers in Kabng’etuny FCS, Kapkiyai MCS and indirectly 20,000 coffee smallholder farmers affiliated to Kipkelion Union in western Kenya.
Activities are implemented by Fairtrade Africa in partnership with Fairtrade Foundation (UK) and Solidaridad Eastern & Central Africa Expertise Centre (SECAEC). Project donors include the Big Lottery Fund (BLF-UK), Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission (GOAC), Jersey Overseas Aid Commission (JOAC) and Dutch Post Code Lottery Fund.
Fairtrade Africa (FTA) is currently seeking professional services of a qualified agronomist with specific focus... Read more
Tanzania Horticultural Association (TAHA) is an apex private sector member based
organization mandated to develop and promote horticultural crops (flowers, fruits,
vegetables, spices, herbs and horticultural seeds) in Tanzania. TAHA's goal is to
improve the growth and competitiveness of horticultural industry in the country for
social and economic gains, TAHA is a strong voicing platform, representing farmers at
all levels, processors, exporters and service providers In the horticultural industry in
Tanzania TAHA is looking for motivated and highly experienced individuals to fill the
1. Programs Coordinator
2. M&E Officer
3. Membership Services Officer
4. Database and Information System Manager
5. Communication Assistant
6. Office Administrator
7. Agronomists - Mwanza, Dodoma, Manyara, Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam
8. Business Development Coordinator
9. Marketing Officers -... Read more
One Acre Fund Job Vacancy - Kenya Product Innovations Analyst
More information and application link: https://www.oneacrefund.org/careers/job-openings#sec-567358
Exceptional professionals with 2+ years of work experience for a role that combines rigorous data analysis, expertise on the design of trials for innovative products and services for smallholder farmers, and significant staff mentorship.
Minimum 2-year commitment, full-time job
One Acre Fund is growing quickly, and we plan to at least quadruple our farmer impact in the next five years. Our staff play a major role in driving that growth while adding major innovations and improvements to our program quality. This offers staff members a strong career opportunity: the ability to learn from a successful field operation, contribute to aggressive growth, and also make improvements to our program.
Kyagalanyi Coffee Ltd. is one of the leading coffee exporters in Uganda. We contribute to the professionalization of the coffee value chain from field to cup. Our Farmer Support Teams work with coffee farming households to improve coffee production and livelihoods. We are expanding our gender programme and are looking for 2 Gender Field Officers to strengthen our team.
Location: Mbale and Paidha
Duration of contract: 4 years, with a try-out period of 6 months
Starting date: 1st February or March 2017
Deadline for application: Monday 23rd January – 5:00 pm
Main duties and responsibilities
-Contribute to the development of the gender strategy;
-Plan and execute gender workshops for champions;
-Follow-up implementation of household plans;
-Set-up and coordinate VSLAs;
-Monitoring and Evaluation; Technical reporting;
-Coordinate integration of the gender programme into Kyagalanyi’s Farmer Support Teams; and
-West Nile: Coordinate the stop chi... Read more
The East Africa Youth Inclusion Program (EAYIP) Social Capital &Cluster Manager will be under the supervision of the EAYIP Country Program Manager and technical leadership and guidance from the Regional Gender and Social Capital Development Manager will be responsible for technical guidance to the Cluster coordinators on matters of gender, youth, group formation, group management, Cornerstones and project self-review and planning (PSRP) implemented using Heifer Project International’s (HPI’s) Values Based Holistic Community Development (VBHCD) approach. Working through the country program technical staff and other “partner” staff, he/she will provide support towards strengthening all the technical and social capital development (SCD) aspects. Additionally, he/she will provide leadership to the Cluster Managers in planning and implementing technical, gender mainstreaming and SCD strategies.
Heifer International (HPI) is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identify, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
The East Africa Youth Inclusion Program (EAYIP) Access to Finance Manager, under the guidance of the EAYIP Country Program Manager will facilitate access to finance for youth entrepreneurs to start or expand businesses, He or she will be the focal point person for the design and regular review of financial access strategies and modules. The incumbent will be responsible for building financial “partnerships”, develop/roll-out relevant financial solutions, and provide financial advisory services. S/he will also perform strategic analysis of the financial landscape, work
Heifer International is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
Reporting to Senior Business Development Manager and working closely with the Field Operations Manager and Cluster Leaders, the Program Officer will oversee the pilot of the School Milk Feeding Project (SMFP) and will carry out both activities of dairy marketing as well as communications. He/she will also have to liaise with key the actors of the SMFP which include farmers (producers & parents), processors, District/LGA education officers and enrolled schools. S/he will oversee coordination on allocation and distribution of milk to schools on right time, quantities and quality. In collaboration with other ac