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Farm Africa is seeking a consultant to conduct a rapid assessment of animal health service delivery systems in Karamoja in order to provide a more detailed understanding of the current situation in four districts of Karamoja with regards to:

  • Quality and reach of community animal health worker services
  • Availability of and distribution channels for veterinary drugs and supplies.

For more information, please see the full terms of reference here. Please submit your documents by 1 October 2018 at 5.00pm (EAT).

Should you have any enquiries, please use the following contact address during work hours:

Farm Africa Uganda Office, Plot 80 Kanjokya Street, Kamwokya, Kampala Tel. + 256 (0) 775192 359


Farm Africa wishes to engage the services of a web-based ‘indicator library’ service provider.

Farm Africa has a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning system that is embedded within each whole project cycle. We rely on indicators to indicate progress at the output, outcome and impact levels for each of our approaches: Agriculture, Business, and the Environment. Data is collected against indicators and reported at various stages throughout the project lifecycle.

This service provider will offer a platform that categorises and stores Farm Africa standard indicators in a way that is accessible to all Farm Africa staff. The indicator library will lead to a more efficient indicator selection process, a more uniform use of indicators across Farm Africa projects, and a heightened understanding of indicator definitions and data collection procedures leading to better quality data collected.

Interested parties may find more information in the Terms of Reference and Technical and financial proposal. We ask that applications are submitted by 5 pm on Sunday 14 October to eleanorh@farmafrica.org and benr@farmafrica.org.


Farm Africa is seeking suppliers to carry out two pieces of research under our ‘Coffee & CSOs’ project in the Kanungu district of Uganda.

  1. A qualitative baseline study that assesses the barriers to involvement in coffee value chain in Kanungu district, and how to overcome them - with particular reference to CGCs and with a specific emphasis on women and youth
  2. A gender analysis of the coffee supply chain in Kanungu, mapping the gender balance and quantifying the economic value of women at each stage.

For more information, please see the full terms of reference for both pieces of work here.

Technical & financial processes should be submitted using the template supplied here.

Deadline for bid submissions: 5.00pm EAT Wednesday 10 October 2018.

Should you have any enquiries, please use the following contact information during work hours.

Farm Africa Uganda Office, Plot 80 Kanjokya Street, Kamwokya, Kampala

Tel. + 256 (0) 775 192 359


Farm Africa has funds allocated to procure 160 new smart phones to support our new project in Kanungu district, and would like to accept quotations from interested local vendors. The scope of this bidding process will be in accordance with Farm Africa procurement guidelines and is open to all eligible bidders.

For the details, please see the bid instructions. Please submit your quotations by 5:00pm (EAT) on 7 November 2018. Should you have any enquiries, please use the following contact address during standard work hours.

Farm Africa Uganda Office, Plot 80 Kanjokya Street, Kamwokya, Kampala
Tel. +256 (0) 775 192 359