AVIS DE RECRUTEMENT DE 3 CONSEILLERS EN GESTION DE L’ENTREPRISE AGRICOLE

AVIS DE RECRUTEMENT DE 3 CONSEILLERS EN GESTION DE L’ENTREPRISE AGRICOLE

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Dans le cadre de la mise en eouvre du projet sésame financé par l’USDA,Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) recherche pour le volet dévéloppement des coopératives agricoles, 3 conseillers en gestion de l’entreprise agricole pour les Régions de l’Est, de la Boucle du Mouhoun et des Cascades- Hauts Bassins.

Le Projet SESAME (Sésame Marketing and Export est exécuté par un consortium de partenaires, notamment, Lutheran World Relief (chef de file), Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture, Rongead, Afrique Verte Burkina,  Ecobank  et Orange. Financé par l’USDA et d’une durée de cinq ans (2016-2021), ce projet est mis en œuvre au Burkina Faso et couvre les grandes régions productrices de sésame, que sont, l’Est, les Cascades, la Boucle du Mouhoun et les Hauts Bassins.

Il vise les objectifs suivants : accroitre la production et l’exportation de sésame de bonne qualité à travers une plateforme TIC (Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication) dans le but de faciliter la circulation de l’information et les transactions ; renforcer les capacités des producteurs, des associations et des exportateurs ; améliorer l’accès aux services financiers.

 

Au sein du Projet SESAME, CNFA a pour mission de créer un environnement favorable à la commercialisation du sésame. Pour ce faire, il a en charge 3 grandes activités, notamment : faciliter les relations entre les acheteurs et les vendeurs pour un meilleur accès au marché; promouvoir l’amélioration des politiques et du cadre règlementaire à travers le renforcement des capacités des acteurs; renforcer les capacités des promoteurs d’entreprises agricolessur les bonnes pratiques de gestion des affaires de production.

Pour la mise en œuvre de cette dernière activité (renforcer les capacités des promoteurs d’entreprises agricoles sur les bonnes pratiques de la gestion des affaires de production) CNFA souhaite recruter 3  conseillers en gestion des coopératives agricoles en qualité de prestataires. Ils interviendront dans les régions de l’Est des Hauts Bassins couplés aux Cascades et de la Boucle du Mouhoun.

 

 Responsabilité générale

Placés sous l’autorité hiérarchique de la Conseillère Principale en Développement Organisationnel, les conseillers en gestion des entreprises agricoles seront principalement chargés de former les promoteurs d’entreprises agricoles du projet ainsi que les coopératives de producteurs sur le module Farming As Business (FAAB).

 

 Tâches

1-      former et recycler les promoteurs d’entreprises agricoles des 4 régions d’interventions du Projet SESAME sur les techniques de gestion de la coopérative agricole à travers les thématiques suivantes : l’élaboration du carnet de champs, l’élaboration du compte d’exploitation, la recherche et la gestion des micro-crédits, etc.

Ils auront ainsi à leur disposition un outil de formation comportant ces thématiques à  aborder;

2-      collecter des informations auprès des acteurs pour améliorer  en continue le contenu du module FAAB;

3-      former les coopératives agricoles sur les thématiques ci-dessus citées en des termes simples et dans les langues locales;

4-      suivre, coacher et superviser les coopératives agricoles dans l’application du module FAAB;

5-      élaborer et mettre en œuvre des outils simplifiés de suivi des entreprises agricoles montrant les progrès observés ;

6-      documenter les succès des coopératives agricoles dans la mise en œuvre des modules FAAB;

7-      appuyer la Conseillère Principale en Développement Organisationnel dans l’organisation des activités de formation et de toutes autres activités jugées nécessaires;

8-      exécuter d’autres tâches en fonction des besoins du moment. 

 

 Compétences et qualités requises

o   être titulaire d’un BAC+2 en développement agricole, développement rural, marketing, entreprenariat ou tout autre diplôme jugé équivalent;

o   avoir une expérience d’au moins deux ans dans le milieu du développement rural ;

o   avoir une connaissance de la filière sésame et de ses problématiques serait un atout ;

o   avoir des connaissances en gestion des exploitations agricoles;

o   avoir une expérience démontrée de collaboration avec des partenaires multisectoriels

o   (gouvernement, ONG, secteur privé, etc.) ;

o   avoir une expérience dans la formation en milieu paysan ;

o   bonne capacité d’adaptation et aptitude à travailler sur le terrain ;

o   bonne capacité à produire des rapports d’activités dans les délais ;

o   maîtrise des outils informatiques Office ;

o   accepter résider dans les régions d’intervention citées;

o   bonne maîtrise des langues locales : mooré, gourmantché, dioula et autres langues selon la région;

o   être capable de travailler dans un environnement multiculturel ;

o   faire preuve de flexibilité et d’innovation.

 

 Pièces à fournir pour la candidature

o   CV comportant les contacts de 3 personnes de référence ;

o   lettre de motivation;

o   copie légalisée du dernier diplôme.

 

Nature du contrat et durée de la mission

Les personnes retenues exécuteront la mission sous la forme de contrat de prestation tel que défini par la législation burkinabé.

La durée du contrat sera de 8 mois, soit d’août 2018 à mars 2019 avec possibilités de renouvellement en cas de disponibilité de budget, et bonne performance.  

 

Date limite de réception des dossiers de candidature : 23 juillet 2018

 

NB : Tous les dossiers de candidature doivent être envoyés au contact suivant : dzeba@cnfa.org

STTA : Value Chain Researcher / Geomapping

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Project: MOCA Côte d’Ivoire

Place of Performance: Washington, D.C. / Cote D’Ivoire

Period of Performance: 7/1/2018 – 8/31/2018

Reporting to: Marc Steen, CoP

BACKGROUND

The Maximizing Opportunities for Cacao Activity (MOCA) is a three year, $14.6 million USDA funded activity implemented by CNFA in Cote d’Ivoire. The goal of MOCA is to increase productivity and efficiency of actors in the cocoa value chain through strengthening the capacities of cooperatives/producer groups, research institutions, input suppliers and processors of cocoa. Improve and expand the trade of cocoa and cocoa products through improving the overall quality of the crop, the processing and post-harvest handling techniques, and strengthening market linkages and organization of groups to supply product to fulfil market demands.

The activity will achieve these goals by implementing a demand-driven approach that facilitates sustainable cacao production, and invests in cacao quality, processing and postharvest handling. The approach will focus on capacity building, improved access to financial services, the provision of grants, improve the availability and sue of improves inputs and input services and access to markets and consists out of eight interrelated activity areas: 

1)Capacity Building: Producer groups/cooperatives

2)Capacity Building: Government Institutions

3)Capacity Building: Provide business development services

4)Financial Services: Facilitate agricultural lending

5)In-Kind Grants: Equipment and Inputs

6)Inputs: Develop agrodealers and/or other input suppliers

7)Training: Improved agricultural production techniques

8)Market Access: Facilitate buyer-seller relationships

The study will contribute to program design by evaluating key gaps and opportunities which can make a difference in supporting the cacao value chain in Cote D’Ivoire.

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this study is to map cocoa value chain actors (cooperatives, village cooperative delegates, producers, transporters, exporters, input suppliers and input service providers etc.) in MOCA targeted cocoa production zones and their business, support and information relationships with other value chain actors and supporters. The geomapping exercise will allow MOCA to understand the cacao value chain in the three intervention regions of MOCA (Abengourou, Daloa, Soubre), as well as permit to monitor the impact on cacao production of MOCA over the LoP. The study will include the following key components:

(1) Geomapping of MOCA targeted Cooperatives, Producer groups, other actors before export and traders, their village level delegates, their members and suppliers as well as in cases cacao producers that can become farmer group or cooperative members and/or suppliers.  

Production areas around targeted MOCA cooperatives, producer groups, cacao traders, financing institutions and surrounding conservation areas will be geo-located with GIS mapping including the famers location, the location and use of their fields and the estimated cacao and other production in volumes per year. The geomapping will also include buyers/exporters from outside of the area, the traceability and certification schemes the different cooperatives and producer groups adhere to. 

The mapping will also include at regional level agroecological information like soil description using the Centre National de Recherche Agronomique’s (CNRA) soil mapping results, altitude/slope, water availability/pluviometry and protected areas for each geomapped production area. 

The exercise will also include the presence of cacao diseases and pests in the target areas. 

(2 ) Input supplier mapping: the exercise will map the input suppliers and input service providers available and/or used by the geomapped producers under component (1).  The input supplier mapping will include a description of the nature of the relationships between the input supplier and the cooperatives, farmer groups and/or farmers. Support services providers for cacao producers will also be included in the stakeholder mapping as well as the use of these services by producers.

(3) Market relationship and local processing/value addition actors: the mapping exercise will include the location of the cacao producers’, cooperative representatives and cooperatives first point of sales of cacao. It will include the nature of the relationship: exclusively buying-selling, provision of embedded services (market information, advance payments, credit facilities, input supply and services provision, coaching etc). 

(4) Local processing of cacao and products.  Geomapping will account for cacao coming from the targeted areas and producers, cooperatives and farmer groups include downstream value chain actors who transport, store, process and in any other manner add value to the cacao. The analysis will also include pests, diseases and other agro-ecological characteristics.

(5) Availability of financial services: The geomapping will include the location of financial service providers (mobile money agents and MFI branches), banks and insurance companies. It will include the nature of the relationship with the cacao producers, the cooperatives and their rural representations. The exercise will include the use of mobile banking or mobile money transfer by cacao producers. 

(6) Assessment of climate trends impacting cacao regions. Localized climate trends, their accompanying limitations and opportunities will be described for each region of project operations (ie. changes in pluviometry, evaporation rates). The assessment will include how these trends will impact cacao production in each zone as well as how it will impact other crop compliments of cacao systems to better understand diversification options. This assessment will be conducted using existing study data in project intervention areas. Analyses will be produced from a thorough desk review.

RELEVANCE

The consultancy is part of a USDA Food for Progress award managed by CNFA aimed to improve the cacao value chain in Cote D’Ivoire as described above. This consultancy will focus on developing the cocoa global value chain analysis.

Cote D’Ivoire is the largest cocoa producing country in the world with production valued at $3.58 billion annually. It is the country’s number one export and foreign exchange earner contributing roughly 15% of the country’s GDP, and represents one-third of the world’s cocoa supply

Earnings from the cultivation and sale of cocoa support 3.5 million people in Cote D’Ivoire, including 600,000 smallholder farmers and their families. The smallholder farmers have limited capacity to increase the amount of quality beans they can sell which is of great concern to the Government of Cote D’Ivoire which has engaged in its own efforts to strengthen country-wide capacity to meet rising demand and improve domestic processing operations. The government maintains a goal of keeping 50% of cocoa processing in-country by 2020 keeping a larger portion of the value addition from its production in-country. 

The majority of exports are done by major international commodity traders like Cargill, Olam and used by large chocolate processors like Cadbury, Hershey’s and Nestle. Bean sourcing is managed through the various large cacao cooperatives throughout the country whose membership can arrive at the thousands, as well as through informal traders operating in-country during the production season. The high volumes and complicated logistics make selling and sourcing a difficult and vulnerable operation. 

Moreover, national production has also attracted the attention of conscious consumers exerting greater pressure for sustainable production and fair trade in response to the increased encroachment of cocoa production into conservation areas. Several certification and traceability mechanisms exist in country including Rainforest Alliance which recently merged with UTZ, FairTrade, Organic, etc. The prevalence of these certification schemes varies throughout the country and in accordance with marketing channels. 

Cacao farmgate prices are established seasonally by the national government’s agency overseeing the commodity, the Conseil-Café-Cacao. Prices vary and reflect annual cycles of production shortage and surplus. The expansion of the agricultural production frontier for cacao production has increased the surplus and emphasized the need for the growth of local processing sector. 

The report will provide detailed information on the location of different actors in the value chain in MOCA targeted cocoa production zones and analyze their interactions.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The consultant shall lead a multidisciplinary team of researchers to refine the data collection methodology, manage a research team, manage data, analyze, interpret and present the finding of the study to provide recommendations for the MOCA project.

Deliverables. 

The substance of findings and recommendations with respect to the above-mentioned tasks shall be delivered by the consultant in a written deliverable: 

• An outline for the study and presentation of the proposed methodology to the project team including a sampling industry representatives, cooperative leaders and producers. 

• An electronic geodatabase with geospatial information using proper metadata tagging and attributes of cocoa value chain actors (cooperatives, cooperative village and section representatives, producers, transporters, rural cacao purchasers and traders, government extension workers, cacao supporting local and international civil society organizations, exporters, input suppliers (producers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers), input service providers, government representatives, research and planter support centers, banks and microfinance institutions, mobile money providers in MOCA targeted cocoa production zones;

• An interactive map of cocoa value chain actors (cooperatives, cooperative village and section representatives, producers, transporters, rural cacao purchasers and traders, government extension workers, agriculture support local and international civil society organizations, exporters, input suppliers (producers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers), input service providers, government representatives, research and planter support centers, banks and microfinance institutions, mobile money providers in MOCA targeted cocoa production zones; The map will be for project internal use only and will remain confidential. The map should show the location of value chain actors and supporters, the relationships between them, indicate the nature of the relationship (trade relationship, financing relationship, membership relationship, advisory and support relationship, supply relationships, service provision relationships) and the content of the relationship in terms of monetary value, volumes traded and types products and services traded. 

• Spatial Analysis of cocoa value chain actors cooperatives, village cooperative village and section representatives, producers, transporters, rural cacao purchasers and traders, government extension workers, cacao supporting local and international civil society organizations, exporters, input suppliers (producers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers), input service providers, government representatives, research and planter support centers, banks and microfinance institutions, mobile money providers in MOCA targeted cocoa production zones;

• The Spatial analysis will result in spatial characterization of soil, climate and main agricultural production (cacao, other perineal crops, annual food, staple and cash crops) and spatial dependency of the value chain actors in terms of monetary value, volumes traded and types of products and services traded. 

The applicant is requested to propose a suitable software tool for the interactive map and spatial analysis electronic geodatabase with geospatial information.

Expected Due Dates

The study will be conducted over a 3-month period including desk research, research in country and reporting writing and presentation. The consultant/consultant team will work collaboratively with MOCA project, MOCA partners and other ongoing studies to exchange research findings and combine data collection efforts. 

Deadline for Submission

The deadline for submission is June 30th, 2018. Questions should be submitted no later than June 20th 2018.

Estimated Budget

The estimated budget for the study is $50,000.

Qualifications

  • The consultant/consultant team will have a master’s degree in agriculture, agricultural economics, supply chain management, or other relevant field.
  • Knowledge of and experience in Cote d’Ivoire and with the cacao sector are required.
  • Significant relevant experience, including farm/processing management, and research and data analysis experience
  • The consultant will be knowledgeable about national and international cacao markets
  • The consultant will have a proven track record experience with agricultural value chain studies and economic analyses
  • Fluency in English and French required. The final draft and final report will need to be presented in both French and English.
  • Well-developed interpersonal and cross-cultural communication skills to work with a small technical team
  • Experience in basic economic data analysis
  • Experience in computerized database mapping
  • Experience in climate research and adaptation to climate trends in agriculture. If the firm does not have this experience on staff, the applicant is required to bring on short term technical assistance to add this expertise to the proposed team.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. CNFA takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

 

Only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

STTA: PERSUAP Expert

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1.       Position: PERSUAP Expert     

2.       Project: MOCA Côte d’Ivoire

3.       Place of Performance: Washington, D.C.

4.       Period of Performance: 7/1/2018 – 8/31/2018

5.       Reporting to: Marc Steen, CoP

A.    BACKGROUND

 

The Maximizing Opportunities for Cacao Activity (MOCA) is a three year, $14,6 million USDA funded activity implemented by CNFA in Cote d’Ivoire. The goal of MOCA is to

–          increase productivity and efficiency of actors in the cocoa value chain through strengthening the capacities of cooperatives/producer groups, research institutions, input suppliers and processors of cocoa.

–          Improve and expand the trade of cocoa and cocoa products through improving the overall quality of the crop, the processing and post-harvest handling techniques, and strengthening market linkages and organization of groups to supply product to fulfil market demands.

 

The activity will achieve these goals by implementing a demand-driven approach that facilitates sustainable cacao production, and invest in cacao quality, processing and postharvest handling. The approach will focus on capacity building, improved access to financial services, the provision of grants, improve the availability and sue of improves inputs and input services and access to markets and consists out of eight interrelated activity areas:

1)      Capacity Building: Producer groups/cooperatives

2)      Capacity Building: Government Institutions

3)      Capacity Building: Provide business development services

4)      Financial Services: Facilitate agricultural lending

5)      In-Kind Grants: Equipment and Inputs

6)      Inputs: Develop agrodealers and/or other input suppliers

7)      Training: Improved agricultural production techniques

8)      Market Access: Facilitate buyer-seller relationships

 

Risks are inevitably present with the use of pesticides and similar chemicals used for agricultural production and processing. In addition to required compliance, the PERSUAP provides project implementers with the most common risks likely to be encountered. It contains or references recommended mitigation measures and international best practices to reduce each risk. Beyond compliance, this document offers best practices and helps ensure that projects reduce the chances for errors and liability. Before errors (such as human poisonings) occur, it is the responsibility of USDA project implementers to put these mitigation recommendations into action. Implementers will then monitor changes in risks, impacts and mitigation success using EMMPs (Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plans).

 

The PERSUAP evaluates background and risks across the inputs sectors in Cote d’Ivoire including treatment of seed, seedlings, trees, field crops, spraying services as well as processing. It promotes the use of preventive   and  curative  Integrated   Pest Management  (IPM)  and  Good  Agriculture  Practices  (GAPs).  It analyzes pesticide active ingredients registered  for  use  in  Cote d’Ivoire  and  recommends  against  use  of  pesticides containing active ingredients that are: not EPA registered, Restricted Use Pesticides (RUPs), Class I, Known Carcinogens, and Known Water Pollutants.

 

OBJECTIVES

 

The objective of this assignment is to revise and update the West Africa Regional Programmatic

Pesticide Evaluation Report and Safe Use and Action Plan (P-PERSUAP) Covering Nine Target Countries with USAID West Africa Programs prepared in 2014 for the USAID West Africa Mission. The goal of this PERSUAP is to bring MOCA into compliance with USG’s environmental regulations (22 CFR 216) on pesticide use. The PERSUAP developed under this scope of work is expected to be applicable to other crops and USG projects that may be involved with pesticide recommendations, distribution or sale.

 

The PERSUAP will identify available pesticides and their applicability to the current cacao regimes in Cote d’Ivoire, as well as provide recommendations and information about their handling, use and disposal. 

 

There are two specific objectives for this assignment: 

 

Objective 1.  Revise and update a Pesticide Evaluation Report (PER).  The (PER) section addresses the 12 informational elements required in USAID’s Pesticide Procedures, which include:

• USEPA registration status of the proposed pesticide

• Basis for selection of the pesticide

• Extent to which the proposed pesticide use is, or could be, part of an IPM program

• Proposed method or methods of application, including the availability of application and safety equipment

• Any acute and long-term toxicological hazards, either human or environmental, associated with the proposed use, and measures available to minimize such hazards

• Effectiveness of the requested pesticide for the proposed use

• Compatibility of the proposed pesticide use with target and non-target ecosystems

• Conditions under which the pesticide is to be used, including climate, flora, fauna, geography, hydrology, and soils

• Availability of other pesticides or non-chemical control methods

• Host country’s ability to regulate or control the distribution, storage, use, and disposal of the requested pesticide

• Provision for training of users and applicators

• Provision made for monitoring the use and effectiveness of this pesticide

 

Objective 2.  Complete a Safer Use Action Plan (SUAP). 

The SUAP puts the conclusions reached in the PER into a plan of action, including assignment of responsibility to appropriate parties connected with USAID project pesticide activities.

 

C.     PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Under this Scope of Work the consultant will complete a PERSUAP that is compliant with USAID’s Pest Management Guidelines and that provides a detailed plan for safe and responsible project implementation. 

 

Objective 1

• Review relevant project documents and procedures, including the list of products requested by MOCA and partners for evaluation, as well as expected lists of products from other USAID project partners.  

• Conduct research to address the 12 informational elements of USAID’s Pesticide Procedures.

• Complete PER. 

Objective 2

The SUAP must:

• Define and recommend safe use practices, considering the large scale of the various USAID programs, as well as the involvement of independent, private-sector retailers in storage, distribution and usage of pesticides.

• Advise on accessibility of protective clothing and equipment needed. 

• Emphasize monitoring & evaluation

• Identify Roles and Responsibilities 

• Integrate Mitigation Measures

• Present guidelines for safe agrochemical storage

• Outline disposal provisions for used pesticide containers

 

 

Deliverables  

The substance of, findings, and recommendations with respect to the above-mentioned tasks shall be delivered by the consultant in a written deliverable:  

• An outline and calendar for preparation of the PERSUAP  

• Draft PERSUAP for USAID review and comment

• Final PERSUAP for USAID approval

 

Qualifications

The required qualifications for the expert are the following:

• Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in one or more of the following; agronomy/horticulture, entomology, integrated pest management/integrated crop management agricultural economics, soil science, or related;

• Eight to ten years working experience in IPM;

• Experience leading and developing PERSUAP reports for USG programs;

• French Proficiency;

• Experience in West Africa.

 

 

STTA: Baseline Study

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I. Background

 

This SOW outlines the expectations and requirements for a contractor to provide services for the implementation of a baseline study for the USDA Food for Progress MOCA project, implemented by CNFA.  

 

a. Overview

 

The MOCA project is a three-year project funded by the USDA Food for Progress program and implemented by CNFA with subcontractor Socodevi. The project started in October 2017 and is scheduled to end in September 2020.  The project is implemented in Cote d’Ivoire. The project locations will be 3 micro-production zones in the Cote D’Ivoire’s cacao belt (Abengourou, Daloa and Soubre).  

 

MOCA seeks the services of a contractor to provide technical expertise for the design of the baseline study methodology, development of study tools, quality control during field work, and analysis and reporting. MOCA will take responsibility for data collection including logistics and data capture in digital form. The detailed set of tasks for this SOW is provided in Section III: Contractor SOW.

 

b. Activity Background

 

The MOCA project has the following objectives:

 

Strategic Objective 1: To increase productivity and efficiency of actors in the cocoa value chain through strengthening the capacities of cooperatives/producer groups, research institutions, input suppliers and processors of cocoa.

 

Strategic Objective 2:  Improve and expand the trade of cocoa and cocoa products through improving the overall quality of the crop, the processing and post-harvest handling techniques, and strengthening market linkages and organization of groups to supply product to fulfill market demands.

 

Project activities are focused around improvements to cocoa production (Strategic Objective 1) and marketing of fermented and dried cocoa as well as production and marketing of transformed, value-added cocoa products (Strategic Objective 2). Direct beneficiaries include cocoa producers, cocoa cooperatives, processors that transform cocoa into value add products, and CNRA, which produces approved cocoa planting materials.  The target number of farmers directly benefiting over the life of project is5,709.  The target number cooperatives and small enterprises (cocoa grinding and processing, value addition, and pooled transportation) directly assisted over the life of project is 26.  

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External Contractor- Baseline Study

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This SOW outlines the expectations and requirements for a contractor to provide services for the implementation of a baseline study for the USDA Food for Progress MOCA project, implemented by CNFA.  

 

Overview

 

The MOCA project is a three-year project funded by the USDA Food for Progress program and implemented by CNFA with subcontractor Socodevi. The project started in October 2017 and is scheduled to end in September 2020.  The project is implemented in Cote d’Ivoire. The project locations will be 3 micro-production zones in the Cote D’Ivoire’s cacao belt (Abengourou, Daloa and Soubre).  

 

MOCA seeks the services of a contractor to provide technical expertise for the design of the baseline study methodology, development of study tools, quality control during field work, and analysis and reporting. MOCA will take responsibility for data collection including logistics and data capture in digital form. The detailed set of tasks for this SOW is provided in Section III: Contractor SOW. 

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