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Vacancy announcement


CIRD (Cambodian Institute for Research and Rural Development - www.cird.org.kh) is a NGO having mission to fighting poverty, to improve the livelihoods of rural communities through capacity building, service and organizational management support enabling rural livelihood systems to improve its position from a subsistence system to an income generating agro-food production and agricultural social enterprises. With a financial support from HEKS, CIRD is implementing an “Upgrading Memot pepper Value Chain for the benefit of rural smallholder producers in Memot district, Cambodia (MPVC)” project.

In the framework of this project implementation, we are seeking to recruit a qualified consultant team to conduct a deeper market system analysis of Memot pepper. The detail ToR can be obtained through this link: http://www.bongthom.com/jobs/ipgejobdetails.asp?IDJob=49037 or contact Ms. Nem Chanmoly, CIRD Admin. and Finance Program Manager; E-mail: administration@cird.org.kh / cird@cird.org.kh

Deadline: 20 July 2015 at 17:00. Shortlisted candidate will be contacted by 30 June 2015 for an interview to be conducted on 03 August 2015.

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