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Farm Africa’s goal is to reduce poverty and food insecurity. We work with African smallholder farmers, pastoralists and forest-based communities to develop innovative approaches and use proven new technologies to make sustainable improvements to their livelihood activities through more effective management of their natural resources.

Waitrose Foundation and Farm Africa are working on a project titled; ‘Partnership for Prosperity’ which aims to improve the livelihoods of employees and their families in Waitrose’s supply chains. Utilising a collaborative programme of assessment, upskilling of worker committees and targeted investment of funds the project will contribute towards creating thriving worker communities. The project will target activities at the level of worker communities, commercial farms and the wider horticulture sector. In order to support the design of the project implementation, Farm Africa is looking for a consultant.

The objective of the consultant is to develop a training curriculum and conduct a two-day training on “Financial Literacy and Establishment of VSLA for Local Savings and Credit Access” among workers from nine flower/vegetable farms and Packhouses. The participants will be grouped into six clusters for which each team will undergo the two day training

For more details please see the full terms of reference here.  To apply please send your expression of interest and a detailed CV or company profile to kenyarecruitment@farmafrica.org  and copy Joyceb@farmafrica.org, LydiaG@farmafrica.org indicating the title “Financial literacy and VSLA training - PfP” on the subject by 5pm (GMT+3) on 16 April 2018.


Farm Africa is expecting to be invited to tender on a Department for International Development (DFID) contract. We are seeking a Bid Development Consultant to support with this work. The Bid Development Consultant will be responsible for the overall coordination, development, and submission of the bid. The individual will report to the Head of Business Development and collaborate closely with multiple teams across Farm Africa, as well as consortium partners.

For details on how to apply, please see the terms of reference here. Please submit your expression of interest by 5pm (GMT) 31 May 2018.


Farm Africa is expecting to be awarded funding to deliver an innovative programme on improving supply chain transparency across sub-Saharan Africa. Farm Africa will lead a consortium of diverse stakeholders, for which we are seeking a Consortium Manager to support the programme during the co-creation phase.

The Consortium Manager will be responsible for the overall coordination and management of the project during the co-creation phase and serve as the consortium focal point. The individual will report to the Head of Business Development and collaborate closely with multiple teams across Farm Africa.

For details on how to apply, please see the terms of reference here. Please submit your expression of interest by 5pm (GMT) 31 May 2018.