TECHNOSERVE has floated a tender for Strengthening Cooperative Leadership in Northern Nigeria. The project location is Nigeria and the tender is closing on 13 Aug 2021. The tender notice number is , while the TOT Ref Number is 53409405. Bidders can have further information about the tender and can request the complete tender document by Registering on the site.

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Procurement Summary

Country : Nigeria

Summary : Strengthening Cooperative Leadership in Northern Nigeria

Deadline : 13 Aug 2021

Other Information

TOT Ref.No.: 53409405

Document Ref. No. :

Competition : ICB

Financier : Self Financed

Purchaser's Detail

4b Asa street, Off Usuma, Off Gana St, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria Phone: +234 9 291 0631

Tender Details

Request for proposals are invited for Strengthening Cooperative Leadership in Northern Nigeria POSITION: COOPERATIVE STRENGTHENING CONSULTANT PROJECT LOCATIONS: ADAMAWA, KADUNA, KANO AND PLATEAU STATES REPORTING TO: PROJECT MANAGER ALDDN DURATION: 60 CALENDAR DAYS START DATE: JUNE 14TH 2021 END DATE: AUGUST 13TH 2021 Background on ALDDN Project TechnoServe, using a sub grant from Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition Limited is implementing the Advancing Local Dairy Development in Nigeria (ALDDN) program with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). ALDDN is a five-year program that aims to catalyse a vibrant local dairy sector in an inclusive way that improves the livelihoods, productivity, nutrition, and empowerment of smallholder women dairy farmers and the communities in which they live in. More specifically, ALDDN seeks to: 1. Advocate for an enabling environment for local sourcing through engagements with the government and relevant private sector stakeholders 2. Increase demand for locally sourced milk through partnerships with dairy processors currently or interested in sourcing locally 3. Improve smallholder dairy farmers- productivity by increasing their access to technical support services and right inputs 4. Empower women dairy farmers and enable them to improve their livelihoods and that of their households 5. Improve nutrition outcomes among smallholder dairy households through food systems entry points

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