Australia has a long history of supporting agricultural development in Cambodia. In recent years, support has been primarily provided through the Cambodia Agricultural Value Chain Program (CAVAC 2010-2015).
CAVAC was the first market development program funded by the Australian Government, and was a new approach to agricultural programming in Cambodia. Due to the success of this phase, CAVAC is moving into the second phase. CAVAC Phase II has the purpose of increasing the productivity and incomes of small farmers and trade in milled rice and other crops by strengthening market systems and investing in irrigation infrastructure.
CAVAC II is a dynamic organisation seeking a highly qualified Research Consultant Team / Company to conduct land holding surveys for CAVAC II's irrigation schemes in three provinces - Kandal, Takeo and Prey Veng - with the following requirements:
> Experience in similar types of work; see terms of reference for details.
> Evidence of sufficient resources available - staff and equipment - to carry out the work within the contract period of six months.
> The price should be given as US$/ha.
A copy of the terms of reference can be obtained by contacting CAVAC II on +855 (0) 12 214 004 or via email to email@example.com
Please note that the rate of pay will be based on local labour standards.
Cardno is committed to child protection in all fields. Cardno is an equal opportunity employer. Successful applicants may be required to provide a police clearance certificate.
The deadline to submit an expression of interest or proposal addressing the criteria stated in the terms of reference is 3.00pm, Wednesday 2 March 2016.
CAVAC II is supported by the Australian Government and managed by Cardno
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