Yara Rwanda looking for consultant:
Rwanda agribusinesses new opportunity to engage with DFID funded IMSAR programme:
We look forward to engaging with partners interested to expand, grow markets and scale up business models / interventions. Our opening portfolio shall be in Agri inputs, Aggregation and agri finance.
BAP Finance is hiring a Head of Operations!
We are recruiting a Head of Operations to help BAP venture through an exciting time of rapid growth and scale throughout Uganda. Over the next three years BAP Finance aims to increase our reach by over ten times our current rate by growing our customer base, adding new products, and opening up new offices.
This role will be starting in November 2018 and is based in Kampala, Uganda with 50% travel required to field branches.
BAP Finance is delivering the products and services to rural farmers to unlock potentials and propel communities forward. To catalyze farmers to realize their potential BAP offers asset financing directly to the BoP. Our first product, a bicycle, connects farmers to market and other basic life needs. Our portfolio is growing with new assets that push upward mobility.
To date we’ve disbursed over 3,000 loans that increase income by over 35% for our farming cu... Read more
ICCO COOPERATION/STARS program is looking for an individual experienced consultant in quality and food safety management, with practical experience in Rwanda standard board (RSB) and regional standards requirements (EAC, COMESA and ARSO standards) and International Standards requirements (Codex and ISO standards ) to train rice processors on quality and food safety management in rice milling industry for 10 days.
Interested candidates should submit their CV with relevant experience as well as certificates on training done in quality management and food safety by 30 June, 2018 to SHYAKA Francis (firstname.lastname@example.org) and copy to Patrick BIRASA ( email@example.com).
Find more information in the attached terms of reference.
OPENING DATE: November20, 2017; CLOSING DATE: December05, 2017
ICCO Cooperation is an international development organization (www.icco-cooperation.org) with 338 staff working in 36 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America operating from 5 regional offices. We work towards
a world without poverty and injustice. ICCO’s partners include civil society organizations, private sector and governments. We believe in the enterprising power of people. We aim to implement a systemic change and successful, sustainable and equitable development in low and middle-income countries.
ICCO Cooperation is currently accepting expressions of interest for a consultancy for 6 months period in the role of Programme Director on the ICCO-MasterCard Foundation Strengthening African Rural Smallholders (STARS) program which increases access to finance and value chain development for smallholder farmers. The consultant will ha... 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 unique career de... Read more
The Value Chain Project is anticipated to start in 2017 and will seek to improve market engagement for market-oriented farmers, strengthen household resilience, and increase availability of agricultural services for farmers and businesses in select value chains, which are of strategic importance to both the Government of Rwanda and EKN. Working in select districts of Rwanda, the project will help rural smallholders move from subsistence farming to commercial farming and supply agricultural products for local, national, regional and international markets. The project will partner with national and multinational agro-food companies as drivers to increase productivity and to improve efficiency and sustainability of supported value chains. The project is anticipated to run between 4 and 5 years, with a total budget of about Euros 20... Read more