The Royal Government of Cambodia has received financing in the form of a loan (USD26.1 million) from the International Fund for Agricultural Development, a grant (USD15 million) from the Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme Trust Fund, and Government funding (USD11.4 million) from the Ministry of Economy and Finance to implement the Agriculture Services Programme for Innovation, Resilience and Extension (ASPIRE) for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF). The total programme costs are forecast at approximately USD 52.5 million (excluding contributions from USAID and beneficiaries) and will cover a seven-year implementation period across five provinces: Kampong Chhnang, Pursat, Battambong, Preah Vihear and Kratie.
The goal of ASPIRE is to reduce poverty and increase the resilience of poor and vulnerable smallholder farmers in the Kingdom of Cambodia. To commence and implement the Programme, ASPIRE is urgently seeking qualified and experienced to fill the following positions:
|Position Title||No of Position||Level||Location|
|Mobile Application Developer||1||National Consultant||Phnom Penh|
|National Systems and Web Application Specialists||1||National Consultant||Phnom Penh|
|ASPIRE Programme Advisor/Team Leader||1||National Consultant||Phnom Penh|
Detailed Terms of Reference (ToRs) for these positions are available at www.bongthom.com , job ID_57388.
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