Tag: EOI

Supply of Drip Irrigation Systems

1. Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) has received funding from Global Affairs Canada (GAC) towards the implementation of the 6-Year Farmers’ Economic Advancement through Seedlings (FEATS) Project. The FEATS project aims to facilitate the distribution of 21m cocoa, cashew, rubber and shea seedlings for planting by 100,000 female and male farmers. To boost the supply of cocoa pods and increase… Read more →

Request for Consultancy Services: Agroforestry Consultants for the Ghana Dedicated Grant Mechanism

Request for Consultancy Services Agroforestry Consultants for the Ghana Dedicated Grant Mechanism Organisation: Solidaridad West Africa (SWA) Published by: Agricinghana Media Solidaridad West Africa (SWA) is a not-for-profit organization that supports the sustainable development of farmers and production systems in West Africa. We play a catalytic role by partnering with private sector companies and other stakeholders to foster the development… Read more →

Consultancy Services: Baseline Studies on Women Access to Shea Parklands

  TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES BASELINE STUDIES ON Improving marginalised women rights to access and control of shea parklands to guarantee long term sustainable investment Project in Northern Ghana Request for Technical and Financial Proposal Organization Brief Background Shea Network Ghana (SNG) is an organization of shea sector businesses, stakeholders and value chain actors (collectors, buyers, traders) formed… Read more →

Request for Quotation (RFQ): Baseline Study for Satellite-derived Geodata Project in Ghana

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ) Baseline Study for Satellite-derived Geodata Project in Ghana A Consortium of Ghanaian and Dutch Institutions intend implementing a project that focuses on utilisation of remote sensing satellite imagery as data source to provide timely and resourceful information services to 120,000 smallholder farmers ( and their families) in Ghana via an expanded Farmer Helpline channel. The study… Read more →