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INTEGRATED PROJECT TO INCREASE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY IN THE BREADBASKET AREA OF SOUTHERN TANZANIA TERMS OF REFERENCE

CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE AND ISFM TECHNICAL SUPPORT, ON SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS.

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1. INTRODUCTION

The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) is a Pan-African not-for-profit organization that has evolved into a neutral platform stimulating, facilitating and challenging for mutual sharing of information and knowledge on experiences or lessons on promotion of conservation agriculture. ACT brings together stakeholders and players who are dedicated to improving agricultural productivity through sustainable utilization of natural resources of land and water in Africa’s farming systems.
ACT in partnership with RUDI, BriTen have received funding from The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) to implement integrated project to increase agricultural productivity in the breadbasket area of southern Tanzania.
2. GOAL
The goal of this project is to contribute to the increase in incomes and food security for the smallholder farmers in the Southern Highlands in Tanzania. This initiative seeks to achieve the following specific objectives of the project:
(i) To strengthen the capacity and efficiency of farmer organizations in the target districts
(ii) To increase smallholder market led agricultural production
(iii) To enhance smallholder farmers’ access to structure produce markets
(iv) To improve access to extension and advisory services among smallholder farmers and the private sector
ACT is seeking to procure consultancy services to conduct project social economic and technology analysis in Kilolo, Ludewa, Songea and Namtumbo districts’ project sites (40 villages), information will be collected from 100 demonstration plots and meeting with farmer groups in a specific project
area. Project locations Namtumbo district- (Rwinga, Mchomoro, Mputa, Hanga, Luchili and Kitanda), Kilolo district (Mtitu, Lukanyi,winome, Lulanzi), Songea district (Mpitimbi,Matimila, Namatui,Gumbiro Mkongotema, Madaba, Hanganagadinda and Wino), Ludewa district (Mavanga, Mundindi, Amani, Lugarawa and Mkongobaki)
The primary objective is providing technical support in social economic and CA/ISFM technology analysis of the project to determine the economic importance and technical value of the treatments being used by the project.
3. DELIVERABLES
The expected deliverables are:
(i) Social economic analysis report and CA/ISFM technical analysis report
(ii) A master copy of the final report suitable for linking to farmers for production
(iii) Soft copies of the final report.
The study is expected to be completed within a 15- day’s period, from the date of signing the contract. The Consultant will submit a budget breakdown. The budget presented should include fees, travel and subsistence, reproduction charges, and taxes. Unit costs should be calculated as a per day tariff (e.g. fees). Payments will be made as per the schedule to be agreed.
4. QUALIFICATION & COMPETENCIES
The incumbent should have at least a University degree/advanced Diploma in agriculture science/Agronomy or related field. A clear understanding of on-farm experimentation and Conservation agriculture will be an added advantage. Proven experience in agriculture development, adaptive experimentation and data analysis, provision with extra knowledge on Monitoring and evaluation. Good writing and communication skills both Swahili and English.
5. EVALUATION CRITERIA
The Proposal for this contract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
• Completeness in complying with all elements laid out in the assignment
• Consultant’s capacity, past performance and relevant services undertaken in delivering similar contracts
• Strong familiarity with scope of work
• Quality of technical proposal
• Methodological approach
• Work plan and Budget
6. CLARIFICATIONS
Any questions or clarifications should be only via email address: hr@act-africa.org received by 27th March 2017
7. APPLICATION PROCEDURE
To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:
  • A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.
  • Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task
  • Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)
  • Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers

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All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their proposals and work plans by close of business 30th March 2017 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACTN, and email address: hr@act-africa.org
ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Only the short listed candidates will be contacted. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.

AFRICAN CONSERVATION TILLAGE NETWORK


Terms of Reference to offer training services in Photography and Video production- FACASI Project

1.0 Introduction
The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) is a Pan-African not-for-profit organization that has evolved into an open platform for stimulating and facilitating the sharing of information and knowledge on experiences and lessons on the promotion of Conservation Agriculture (CA). ACT brings together stakeholders in the public, private and civil sectors dedicated to improving agricultural productivity and resilience through the sustainable utilization of production inputs and of natural resources of land, water and biodiversity in Africa’s farming systems. The thrust of ACT is to add value to local, national and international efforts to introduce and scale CA. It does this through strategic partnerships in the identification, adaptation, adoption and scaling of CA practices.

ACT’s mandate is driven by the conviction that widespread adoption of conservation agriculture will contribute significantly to the attainment of both agricultural and environmental objectives-empowering farmers and rural communities to manage their resources, sustaining the resilience at the same time achieving viable production systems. In this way, ACT aims to contribute to placing at the disposal of development partners and governments farming practices that will not only bring agriculture back in the driving seat for economic and rural development, but also address the immediate concerns of food insecurity and poverty.


The Farm Mechanization & Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Intensification (FACASI) project, http://www.facasi.act-africa.org is funded by the Australian International Food Security Research Centre (AIFSRC) and managed by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). The project is implemented by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT).The African Conservation Tillage Network contributes to objective 4 of the project, “To improve capacity and create awareness of 2WT-based technologies in the sub-region, and share knowledge and information with other regions through the production of project communication products and establishment/management of communication platforms”. ACT is seeking the services of a consultant to offer training services in photography and video. The training will be conducted in Arusha – Tanzania.


2.0 Purpose of the Assignment
The main objective of this assignment is to offer a one day training services in photography and video to the FACASI project implementation team. Under the supervision of the Knowledge and Information Manager (KIM) the consultant will:
i. Photography: train participants in Camera operation, Picture taking (focusing, alignment) Compressing of pictures, and introduction to relevant tools
ii. Picture editing: Inserting pictures in documents, cropping, blogs and website articles etc.
iii. Video: Train participants in operating video equipment, picture taking (focusing, alignment
introduction to some video editing software, tools
iv. Interviews: The art of interviewing, short script development and practice in interviewing


3.0 Outputs
i. Trainees equipped with skills in Photography
ii. Trainees equipped with skills in basic video production
iii. Trainees equipped with skills in conducting interviews


4.0 Deliverables:
i. A detailed Work plan and budget
ii. Manual in basic photography, video production and interviewing
iii. A training report

5.0 Nature of consultancy:
This will be a two day consultancy to be undertaken outside the ACT Nairobi office. ACT will provide the consultant with all the necessary support to enable him/her undertake the work satisfactorily. The consultant will be expected to work within the stipulated duration and submit all the deliverables as stipulated in 4.0

6.0 Timing and Duration

The contract period is from the 22nd to 23rd February. The consultant is expected to complete his assignment by the 23rd February 2016.


7.0 Competencies
a) Good knowledge and experience in Photography, Video production, Multi-Media production and Journalism skills
b) Effective in photography and video production and able to present, analyze and synthesize ideas.
c) Planning and delivery of work to meet objectives, often within tight deadlines, is essential.
d) Good Audio- visual skills

8.0 Formal Qualification
The incumbent should have at least a first degree, preferably in Multi-Media, majoring in Photography and Video production from a recognized and reputable university and over five years’ experience in Multi- media production.

9.0 Application procedure
To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:
§ A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.
§ Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task
§ Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)
§ Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers
All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their proposals by close of business 10th February 2016 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACT, and email address: hr@act-africa.org with subject “Training services in Photography and Video production- FACASI Project


ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Acknowledgements will be sent only to applicants who strictly meet the requirements of the position and in whom there is further interest. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.

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AFRICAN CONSERVATION TILLAGE NETWORK

Terms of reference
Consultancy for Animator – E- platform

1.0 Introduction
The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) is a pan-African membership organization bringing together stakeholders and players interested and committed to enhancing the development and adoption of Conservation Agriculture (CA) in Africa through sharing knowledge and information. ACT’s mandate is driven by the conviction that widespread adoption of conservation agriculture will contribute significantly to the attainment of both agricultural and environmental objectives-empowering farmers and rural communities to manage their resources, sustaining the resilience at the same time achieving viable production systems. In this way, ACT aims to contribute to placing at the disposal development partners and governments farming practices that will not only bring agriculture back in the driving seat for economic and rural development, but also address the immediate concerns of food insecurity and poverty. To learn more about ACT, visit our website at www.act-africa.org.


2.0 The objective

The main objective of this consultancy is to develop two short animated video clips, illustrating the objective of the conservation agriculture e- platform, who the different stakeholders are, how the eplatform and mobile app will be used and benefits that accrue from using this platform Under the direct supervision of the Knowledge & Information Management Manager, the consultant will be expected to deliver the following by the 29th February, 2016.

3.0 Deliverables

1. A two minutes animated video clip illustrating the use and benefits of the Conservation Agriculture e- platform and mobile application- a summary of the e- platform
2. A detailed five minutes animated video clip, illustrating the objective of the conservation agriculture e- platform, who the different stakeholders are, how the e-platform and mobile app will be used and benefits that accrue from using this platform.

4.0 Competencies

The ideal candidate should have:
a) Good knowledge and experience in making animated videos
b) Effective in communication and able to present, analyze and synthesize ideas.
c) Planning and delivery of work to meet objectives, often within tight deadlines, is essential.
d) Effective in communication and able to present ideas visually.

5.0 Qualification
The incumbent should have at least an advanced Diploma in animination, a first degree in Graphic Design and/or Art and Design or other related field from a recognized and reputable university and over five years’ experience in the development of animated videos. A current CV of the applicant should be attached.


6. 0 Evaluation criteria

The Proposal for this contract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Completeness in complying with all elements laid out in the assignment
  • Consultant’s capacity, past performance and relevant services undertaken in delivering similar contracts
  • Strong familiarity with scope of work
  • Quality of technical proposal
  • Methodological approach
  • Work plan and Budget

7.0 Clarifications
Any questions or clarifications should be only via email address: hr@act-africa.org received by 11th March 2015


8.0 Application procedure:


To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:

  • A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.
  • Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task
  • Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)
  • Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers

All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their proposals and work plans by close of business

11th March 2015 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACT, and email address: hr@act-africa.org

ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Only the short listed candidates will be contacted. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.

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TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR LIVESTOCK HEALTH ASSESSMENT CONSULTANT

1. Background:

ACT in partnership with the New Ngorika Milk Producers Ltd (NNMPL) in Ngorika Location, Kanjuiri and Mirangine Wards, Olkalou Sub-County of Nyandarua County, is implementing Fodder Production demonstrations and Feeding trials using Conservation Agriculture (CA) and other climate smart technologies project. The project is funded by Inuka Africa MFI Ltd under the Climate Smart Agriculture initiative supported by Finance Innovation for Climate Change Fund (FICCF) of the UK Department for International Development (DFID).


One of the objectives of the program is to address priority technical needs that will strengthen efficiency, productivity and resilience in agriculture and thus improve the small scale dairy producers’ incomes and livelihoods. The initiative aims to support the scaling up/out of innovative private sector investments in agricultural adaptation/resilience and low carbon interventions, low carbon services and low carbon assets in the agriculturally high production zones of Kenya.
Inuka Africa has contracted ACT to disseminate technological knowledge and information to the target farmers to improve their efficiency in management of their dairy herds. These include improving the management of zero grazing, dairy feed production, dairy feeding and nutrition, breed selection and upgrading, herd size dynamics, housing and herd health.


2. Objectives of the Assignment:
The main objective of this assignment is to facilitate target farmers to manage and improve the health status of their dairy herds to enhance milk production.
Specific objectives include to assist the farmers to:
• Improve dairy housing, feeding and biosecurity to improve herd health and disease control, considering the changing climatic conditions
• Develop and implement weather responsive dairy disease control plans compatible with seasonal weather calendar
3. Scope of Work:
The assignment will involve but not limited to assessment of the dairy herd health status for the 10 lead farmers on a weekly basis to determine their health status, housing and the management level and give recommendations for improvement. Specific tasks will include, on a weekly basis:
• Assess management standards being applied by each of the 10 farmers and recommend the necessary improvement to enable the farmer realize better health for the herd while conserving the environment
• Assess the health status for each of the trial animals and make recommendations that can enable each of the farmers to implement more efficient, low emission dairy management plans.
• Develop a health monitoring data collection template for farmers to collect daily health records for the trial and other animals
• Advise on the livestock nutrition requirements necessary to improve the health of the animals
• Advise (and document) the farmers on the immediate health management actions to take to improve the trial animals health status.
• Develop and share a workplan and schedule for the tasks to be performed in the duration of the project.
4. Duration:
• The assignment take 26 days (2 days per week) that will run from 1st March to 31st May
5. Outputs/Deliverables:
• Health status report for each of the trial animals and the whole herd and recommendations on the actions to be taken to improve/maintain within two weeks after award of the consultancy.
• Health monitoring data collection template, given to farmers, with weekly recommendations by the technician
• Weekly health assessment reports with advice given, actions taken and recommendations.
• Weekly feeding and nutritional status reports for the trial animals and necessary recommendations for improvements
• Final report detailing the opportunities, challenges and way forward to enhance dairy health in Kanjuiri ward
6. Qualifications and Experience:
• A Degree/Diploma in veterinary medicine, animal production, animal health or related field (Clear understanding of cattle registration with Kenya Livestock Breeders Organization (KLBO)).
• Proven experience in livestock extension service provision with extra knowledge on dairy health, breeding, feeding and nutrition
• Good writing skills
7. Evaluation criteria:
The Proposal for this contract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Completeness in complying with all elements laid out in the assignment
  • Consultant’s capacity, past performance and relevant services undertaken in delivering similar contracts
  • Strong familiarity with scope of work
  • Quality of technical proposal
  • Methodological approach
  • Work plan and Budget

8. Application procedure:
To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:

  • Cover letter
  • A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.
  • Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task
  • Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)
  • Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers


All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their applications by close of business 27th February 2017 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACT, and email address: hr@act-africa.org

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ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Only the short listed candidates will be contacted. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.

AFRICAN CONSERVATION TILLAGE NETWORK

Terms of reference

Consultancy for e- Platform and application developer

1.0 Introduction

The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) is a pan-African membership organization bringing together stakeholders and players interested and committed to enhancing the development and adoption of Conservation Agriculture (CA) in Africa through sharing knowledge and information.

ACT’s mandate is driven by the conviction that widespread adoption of conservation agriculture will contribute significantly to the attainment of both agricultural and environmental objectives-empowering farmers and rural communities to manage their resources, sustaining the resilience at the same time achieving viable production systems. In this way, ACT aims to contribute to placing at the disposal development partners and governments farming practices that will not only bring agriculture back in the driving seat for economic and rural development, but also address the immediate concerns of food insecurity and poverty. To learn more about ACT, please visit our website at www.act-africa.org

2.0 The purpose

The main objective of this consultancy is to develop:

a) A web and mobile based e- platform that supports knowledge management (dissemination and query) as well as a Monitoring & Evaluation function. The consultant will:

� Develop the e- platform that provides a User Interface (UI) that will give a comprehensive screenshot of the various activities in a given country and link all related documents, reports, project tools, photos, videos and any other resources to their respective activities.

� Create a data capture process that will allow collection, collation and aggregation of data. Integrating the different CA data bases ( Q & A, KM and M & E)

� Develop a reporting system that will allow reports from field officers to be collated, filtered, searched, customized and exported to appropriate file formats for analysis, printing and/or archiving.

� Train ACT staff in the use and maintenance of the platform

� Provide after service support for an agreed period

b) CA application available for mobile and web download

3.0 Deliverables and timeframe

Under direct supervision of the Knowledge & Information Management Manager, the consultant will be expected to deliver the following by 30th September 2015:

  • A fully functional e- platform with a centralized databases (CA information, farmers, suppliers, and other key stakeholders with key name, gender, commodity, location, occupation and phone number details)
  • A web-based mobile Monitoring and Evaluation system imbedded within the e-platform
  • CA application available for web and mobile download
  • A user and training manual
  • Trained and support staff in the use of the platform
  • Remote support on deployment of platform

4.0 Competencies

The ideal candidate should have:

  • Demonstrated experience in the following: content management systems; language, libraries such as PHP , Backbone, Django framework, Javascript, JQuery, MVC Frameworks, or Restful API Design
  • Highly experienced in USSD & SMS development
  • Experience in mobile-based application development (Android ) and data collection tools such as Open Data Kit
  • Demonstrated hands on programming experience combined with cross-functional collaboration skills.
  • Demonstrated experience in SMS gateway development, integration (via API) and support.
  • Have published at least one original Android app
  • Experience in Geographic Information systems and mapping
  • Experience working with remote data via REST and JSON
  • Experience with third-party libraries and APIs
  • Working knowledge of the general mobile landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies
  • Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle’
  • Good written and spoken English and fluent in Kiswahili.

5.0 Qualification

A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Informatics, Engineering, or related field is required and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in software development. A Master’s degree will be an added advantage. A current CV of the applicant should be attached.

6. 0 Evaluation criteria

The Proposal for this contract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Completeness in complying with all elements laid out in the assignment
  • Consultant’s capacity, past performance and relevant services undertaken
  • Years of experience in delivering similar contracts
  • Strong familiarity with scope of work
  • Quality of technical proposal
  • Methodological approach
  • Work plan
  • Budget

7.0 Clarifications

Any questions or clarifications should be only via email address: hr@act-africa.org received by 10th August 2015.

8.0 Application procedure:

To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:

  • A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.
  • Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task
  • Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)
  • Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers

All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their proposals by close of business 14th August 2015 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACT, and email address: hr@act-africa.org

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ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Only the short listed candidates will be contacted. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS NOW CLOSED

1.0 Introduction

The African Conservation Tillage Network (ACT) in partnership with the New Ngorika Milk Producers Ltd (NNMPL) in Ngorika Location, Mirangine Sub-County of Nyandarua County, in Kenya is implementing a Conservation Agriculture (CA) and Fodder Production demonstrations and Feeding trials funded by Inuka Africa MFI Ltd under the Climate Smart Agriculture initiative supported by Finance Innovation for Climate Change Fund (FICCF) of the UK Department for International Development (DFID).

One of the objectives of the program is to address priority technical needs that will strengthen efficiency, productivity and resilience in agriculture and thus improve the small scale dairy producers’ incomes and livelihoods. The initiative aims to support the scaling up/out of innovative private sector investments in agricultural adaptation/ resilience and low carbon interventions and services in the high agricultural production zones of Kenya.

Inuka Africa has contracted ACT to disseminate fodder production and feeding knowledge and information to the target farmers to improve their efficiency in management of their dairy herds. These include dairy feed production, feeding and nutrition, breed selection and upgrading, herd size dynamics, housing and herd health. ACT is working with 10 lead farmers where the demonstration sites for fodder production are being established.

2.0 The objective

The main objective of this assignment is to facilitate targeted farmers to improve the efficiency in management of their dairy herds. More specifically to enable farmers to:

a) Upgrade dairy herd to a more efficient, more productive, more resilient mix.

b) Improve dairy housing and biosecurity to improve herd health and disease control, considering the changing climatic conditions.

c) Develop and implement:

o Efficient, high quality, low emission (more convertible) dairy feed production, feeding and nutrition plans that can spread and manage feedstocks all year round.

o Weather responsive dairy disease control plan compatible with seasonal weather calendar.

o Lactation plan for their dairy herds to take advantage of seasonal fluctuations in milk supply

3.0 Scope, duration and tasks of the Assignment

The assignment will involve but not limited to assessment of the dairy herd for the 10 lead farmers to determine their breed purity, health status, housing and the management level and recommendations for improvement. The assignment will be for a period of three weeks. Specific tasks will include:

1. Assess management standards being applied by each of the 10 farmers and recommend the necessary improvement to enable the farmer realize higher milk production from the herd

2. Assess the feeding levels and make recommendations that can enable each of the farmers to develop and implement more efficient, low emission dairy feeding and nutrition plans, including but not limited to:

a) More convertible, less grassy, low emission feeds

b) feed formulation skills using local feed stocks

c) Appropriate dairy cow watering regimes for increased milk yield

3. Facilitate farmers to

a) Plan for and adopt sustainable intensification of dairy systems (zero-or-semi-zero grazing systems and/or improved farm structures)

b) Advise on selection of suitable cows for better feed conversion and increased milk yield

c) Develop a calendar for disease control and bio-security practices in dairy systems

d) develop a reproduction/calving/lactation plan for a stable milk supply all year round

e) Make recommendations for improvement to maximize dairy cow water supply and intake across the seasons for maximum milk production

4. Recommendations to potential animal feed laboratories for testing of quality fodder as well as the dairy meal.

5. Select and recommend on the best two cows for each lead farmer that will be used for feeding trials including actions necessary to prepare the cows for the feeding trials

4.0 Deliverables

  • Select two best cows from each of the farmers’ herd to be used for the feeding trials
  • Guidelines for the management of the selected cows to maximize milk production
  • A rain-fed dairy lactation plan per farmer
  • Recommendations for adequate and climate-smart fodder production for farmer’s own use per cow
  • A seasonal disease control calendar for each farmer covering Foot and Mouth disease, LSD, Anthrax and Black Quarter, BVPP/CBPP
  • Recommendations on the disease control/management actions to be taken for the selected animals for health improvement
  • Reports of the activities carried out and recommendations (per activity/tasks above), incorporating lessons learnt and the best way forward

    5.0 Qualification & Competencies

    The incumbent should have at least a University degree/advanced Diploma in veterinary medicine, animal production, animal health or related field. A clear understanding of cattle registration with Kenya Livestock Breeders Organization (KLBO) is an added advantage. Proven experience in extension service provision with extra knowledge on breeding feeding and nutrition. Good writing and communication skills

    6.0 Evaluation criteria

    The Proposal for this contract will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

    § Completeness in complying with all elements laid out in the assignment

    § Consultant’s capacity, past performance and relevant services undertaken in delivering similar contracts

    § Strong familiarity with scope of work

    § Quality of technical proposal

    § Methodological approach

    § Work plan and Budget

    7.0 Application procedure:

    To apply for this consultancy, the consultant should submit the following:

    § A technical and financial proposal for undertaking the assignment.

    § Current Curriculum Vitae/ resume of the consultant who will undertake the task

    § Firm profile, registration and other relevant statutory documents (if a company)

    § Submit three reference letters from past clients/employers

    All interested consultants or consultancy companies are asked to submit their proposals and work plans by close of business 8th April 2016 at 1700 Hours EAT to the Executive Secretary, ACT, and email address: hr@act-africa.org

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    ACT is an equal opportunity employer and believes that diversity promotes excellence in its operations. Only the short listed candidates will be contacted. ACT reserves the right to determine the structure of the tender process without prior notice and liability to compensate any party.