Consultancy – Annual Data Collection & Review – Farm Africa

Farm Africa
Duty Station:
No fixed duty station – data collection to take place in Karamoja
Reports To:
Chief of Party – Livestock for Livelihoods
About Us
Farm Africa is an
innovative charity that reduces poverty in rural eastern Africa by helping
farmers grow more, sell more and sell for more: we help farmers to not only
boost yields, but also gain access to markets, and add value to their produce.  We place a high priority on environmental
sustainability and develop approaches that help farmers to improve their yields
and incomes without degrading their natural resources. Our programmes vary
hugely, ranging from helping crops farmers to boost harvests, livestock keepers
to improve animal health and productivity, and forest coffee growers to reach
export markets, but core to all of them is a focus on the financial
sustainability of the farmers’ businesses and environmental sustainability.
Job Summary
Farm Africa Uganda
is seeking a consultant or consultancy firm to carry out an annual data
collection and review exercise (including a household survey) for our Livestock
for Livelihoods programme in Karamoja.
Key Deliverables
This annual check-in
will consist of primary data collection, but also of collating and analysing
data gathered in Uganda by Farm Africa and partners to date. This process will
assess the progress made by the L4L project in Uganda against the set indicator
milestones after one year of implementation. All evidence gathered should be
used to propose any changes that need to be made to the project design, theory
of change and logframe. The process should also assess contextual factors which
may affect the indicator values, project results and approach; and propose
recommendations. L4L is implemented in the following four districts of
Karamoja; Moroto, Kotido, Napak and Nakapirpirit.
Full details can be
found in the Terms of Reference
for the assignment.

Qualifications and Required Competencies
The project is
looking for a consultant, a firm or a team of consultants with experience in
conducting HH surveys in complex projects. Therefore, applicants should detail
in their bid exactly how they will manage the different components of the
project. Applications from consultancies will be assessed on their ability to
demonstrate the following qualifications and competencies:
knowledge and experience in carrying out HH surveys for (complex) projects,
with a focus on livelihoods-related interventions
in conducting studies in Uganda.
academic qualifications in numerical subject such as Mathematics, Economics,
Statistics, etc.
practical experience in conducting surveys on agricultural, livestock &
nutrition or gender programmes
analytical (experience conducting data analysis), facilitation and
communication skills
reporting and presentation skills
in spoken and written English
right to work in Uganda
in securing research approvals in Uganda.

with demonstrable academic and practical experience in Animal Science
(Livestock), and gender will be preferred
knowledge of conducting the surveys outlined in the methodology
in Karamojong
conducting data analysis in Microsoft Excel
Where applicants
fail to meet any of the above criteria, for example, fluency in Karamojong or
experience in livestock, gender or nutrition, the proposal should state how
they expect to overcome this e.g. additional team members, translation services
Application Process
All applications
must be made using the Technical & Financial Proposal templates contained
in the Terms of Reference
All documents must
be submitted by email to our ‘sealed’ email address by Sunday 3rd
November 2019 – 6.00pm EAT. The email subject line should clearly indicate ‘L4L
Annual Data Collection & Review’.
Farm Africa has a
zero tolerance policy to fraud, bribery and corruption. If you have any
concerns with regards to the way in which this work is being awarded please
Rachel Beckett –
Country Director Uganda – 0775 192 359 –
Sunday 3rd November
2019 – 6.00pm EAT
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