CNFA is committed to generating broad-based economic growth, food security, and promoting people-to-people diplomacy through volunteer efforts as an implementer of USAID’s Southern Africa & Moldova Farmer-to-Farmer program (2018-2023).
We are currently looking for individuals interested in in-person and virtual volunteer assignments in Madagascar, Malawi, Moldova, Mozambique, Zambia, and Zimbabwe!
Although in-person assignments are currently limited, there are many other ways in which U.S.-based volunteers can stay engaged in the program. Thanks to the continued interest of volunteers and host organizations, the program has launched also virtual volunteer assignments consisting of volunteer trainings and technical support via online platforms, such as Zoom and Skype. Each assignment is different, but a typical time commitment is three, one-to-three-hour sessions per week, for three-to-five weeks. Click here to see a list of available volunteer assignments. To indicate your interest, please visit this link to make a volunteer account in our online database and follow the instructions in the Knack Basics for Volunteers document.
In addition, we are looking for individuals who would like to share their expertise through in-person and online trainings to a large number of partners and host organizations. These trainings would focus on themes with wide general interest, such as Integrated Pest Management and basics of business and organizational management.
Whether you are a first-time Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer or a veteran of the program, contact us if you have questions by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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