Consultant – Baseline Study – Farm Africa

  Consultant – Baseline
Organization: Farm
Funding Source: aBi Trust
Duty Station: Lira,
About US:
Farm Africa is an
international non-governmental organization working to end hunger and bring
prosperity to rural Africa. We work to increase the incomes and improve food
security of smallholder farmers, pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, and forest
dwellers in East Africa. A core part of our strategy is to ensure that our
interventions are both economically sustainable and scalable. The systematic
integration of market linkages in implementing programmes is crucial to our
ability to scale our interventions cost-effectively. Farm Africa has the
ambition to be the leading European NGO specialising in Agriculture, Natural
Resource Management and Market Engagement.
About aBi Trust Project:
aBi Trust recently
awarded Farm Africa and the North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA)
funding for a three-year project focused on creating a more competitive and
profitable chilli value chain within Lira, northern Uganda to capitalise on
growing international demand for varieties of Ugandan African Birds Eye (ABE)
dried chillies. The project will strengthen the technical capacity of NECPA and
their extension team to support market- orientated chilli production across
their entire area of operation. Key project activities will include; delivering
an enhanced extension package to 3,000 (120 groups of 25) chilli farmers in
Aromo, Barr and Amach sub-counties; reforming input supply within Aromo, Barr
and Amach sub-counties to ensure there is an adequate flow of high-quality
inputs to service growing demand from farmers; supporting NECPA to obtain the
proper certification and licencing required in order to begin accessing and
selling their farmers’ chillies directly into high-value export markets. At the
same time, the project will promote greater inclusivity within the value chain,
encouraging female and youth led production by educating on gender mainstreaming
and creating new enterprise opportunities.
Farm Africa and aBi
Development Ltd. are seeking a consultant to carry out a baseline study for the
Commercialising Chilli Production project, implemented in Lira district,
Scope of Work
This baseline study
will help establish the baseline values for all the impact and outcome
indicators in the linear logframe, including seven key indicators – performance
against which will inform the ‘payment by results’ (PBR) component of the
project. The full terms of reference and annexes can be found on the link
availed at the bottom of this advert.
The baseline study
must be completed and fully reported on before the end of May 2019. The total
available budget (including costs and expenses) for the study is UGX 50,000,000.
How to Apply:
consultants or firms are requested to submit:
1.          A full technical and financial
proposal (template for adaptation attached to the full terms of reference in
Annex A). Please provide as much detail as possible, however at a minimum please
clearly distinguish between consultancy costs and expenses, and detail any
expenses (including indicative costs) that you will require Farm Africa to pay
2.         Copies of all relevant Curriculum Vitae
(CVs). Only CVs for the specific individuals that will form the proposed
evaluation team should be included;
3.         A sample of a baseline or evaluation
report for a similar project completed within the last 24 months (this will be
treated as confidential and only used for the purposes of quality assurance);
4.         Contact details for two references
(including one from your last client/employer).
All documents must
be submitted by email to our ‘sealed’ email address The
email subject line should clearly indicate ‘Bid for the CCP Baseline
Full Terms of
Annex A: Technical
and Financial Proposal Template,
Annex B: Farm
Africa’s Style Guidelines
Annex C: CCP Linear
Log frame
Annex D: Results
Deadline: 7th April 2019 by 6pm
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