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Provision of consultancy services to conduct a Market Survey on Agricultural Value Chain’s Commodities in the Water Shed Areas


Ministry Of Water & Environment

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Bid notice date:
October 10th, 2017
Bid closing date:
October 18th, 2017
Bid document fee:
0 UGX
Bid security:
0 UGX
Procurement Ref No:
None

The Government of Uganda, has received financing from the African Development Bank toward the cost of the Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Programme - Project-2 (FIEFOC-2), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this loan to payments under the contract for Provision of consultancy services to conduct a Market Survey on Agricultural Value Chain’s Commodities in the Water Shed Areas of Wadelai, Tochi, Mubuku II, Doho and Ngenge Irrigation Schemes.

The overall objective of the assignment is to collect and update information on the current status of rice, apiculture and aquaculture and other potential agricultural value chain commodities’ markets in the catchment areas of five schemes.

The specific objective is to: a) review the current status of apiculture, aquaculture, rice and other potential agricultural value chains commodity’ markets in the five water shed areas. b) assess the economic performance of apiculture, aquaculture, rice and other potential agricultural value chains’ commodities’ markets in five water shed areas. c) conduct a consumer analysis of apiculture, aquaculture, rice and other potential agricultural value chains’ market products in the fi ve water shed areas. d) assess the constraints, emerging market opportunities and design practical market interventions that are pro youth along rice, apiculture, aquaculture and other potential agricultural commodities’ market chains in the five watershed areas.

 

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