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Lead Value Chain Analyst , Dairy
|Location:||Middle East / North Africa|
Statement of Work- Lead Value Chain Analyst in Dairy, STTA
Contract No: AID-306-C-16-00011
Proposed Personnel International
Level of Effort one month
The Regional Agriculture Development Program – East (RADP-E) aims to expand sustainable agriculture-led economic growth in eastern Afghanistan. The Program will provide technical services to the private sector and producers in order to increase the competitiveness of selected value chains, ensuring increased sales of agricultural goods and services in the selected value chains. RADP-East will lead the transformation to growth-oriented agricultural markets where knowledge and innovation continue to flow into the marketplace from the private sector.
RADP-E is proposing to hire STTA to review of Dairy activities, have a look progress on work plan and provide feedback on developing strategies for better implementation of dairy value chain.
Location: RADP-E office in Kabul and remote before and after as needed. Lead Value Chain Analysis STTA will work with the Dairy Value Chain Lead, who is responsible to oversee the Dairy value chain implementation with RADP-E.
Duration: One month
Conditions of Work Requirements
Work and living facilities are in high security zones with frequent security drills and protocols and limited access to medical facilities. General work environment and living quarters requires ability to walk numerous flights of stairs on a daily basis. Security protocols require the individual in this position to be able to quickly climb multiple flights of stairs while wearing 30 lbs. of personal protective equipment, walk swiftly or run across uneven terrain without assistance, and enter and exit project vehicles without assistance.
Reports to: Chief of Party
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