As an implementer of USAID’s Southern Africa Farmer-to-Farmer program (2018-2023), CNFA is committed to generating broad-based economic growth, food security, and promoting people-to-people diplomacy through volunteer efforts. Volunteer assignments usually are two-to-four weeks in duration, and volunteers are supported by CNFA’s highly trained local staff.
We are currently looking for individuals interested in volunteering in Madagascar, Malawi, Moldova, Mozambique, Zambia, and Zimbabwe! If you are interested in the following assignments, please send us your CV and availability or contact us for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also indicate the number of the assignment in your email. Whether you are a first-time Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer and a newcomer to Africa, or a veteran of the program, contact us to see if your skill set matches with assignments that are currently open.
Click here to download additional information on the available volunteer assignments.
The volunteer efforts will target these specific value chains in the following countries:
- Horticulture: Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe
- Legumes: Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe
- Aquaculture: Madagascar, Malawi, Zambia
- Livestock/dairy: Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Moldova
- Rice: Madagascar
- Organic agriculture: Moldova
- Poultry and agricultural services subsector: Mozambique