Updated Apr 26, 2019CLOSED

Climate Smart Agriculture East Africa (CSA-EA) Project

Offered by SNV

The overall goal of the project is to increase the availability of accessible climate smart food for the growing population in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. The emphasis of the project implementation will be adopting climate smart practices and technologies among smallholder farmers and agro-enterprises, increasing investments and business growth in climate smart value chains, and creating the enabling environment necessary to ensure the large-scale rollout of market-driven climate smart solutions for the agriculture sector. The project aims to transform, reorient and climate-proof agricultural systems and businesses to the new realities of climate change in a select number of value chains.

Specific project objectives:
Adoption of climate smart practices and technologies among 300,000 farmers
Development of inclusive business cases for 50 agri-business SMEs and 30 cooperatives
Climate resilient sustainable food production on 600,000 hectares

The project is hinged on three key pillars of climate smart agriculture:
Productivity: sustainably increase agricultural productivity and incomes
Adaptation: reduce the exposure of farmers and agri-businesses to short-term risks while strengthening their resilience by building their capacity to adapt and prosper in the face of climatic shocks
Mitigation: reduce greenhouse gases emissions, increase water and energy efficiencies
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CLOSEDMay 31, 2019Deadline

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
CountryKenya, Uganda and Tanzania
Focus AreasAgriculture
Businesses soliciting co-investment support under the CSA –EA project should be:
- Legally registered small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and Cooperatives
- Demonstrated sound operational track record of at least two years however start-ups with a
convincing business case can also be considered
- Eligible organizations should be based in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.
- Target value chains are oil seeds, pulses, cereals and potato
- Concept Notes address the arrangements and issues as presented in this Call.
- Ability to invest in products and or services that enhance resilience in agricultural production
- Ability to address vulnerability of the value chain/s to impacts of climate change
- Potential for employment/new job creation for the youth and women
- Potential for innovative CSA practices and technologies

Application Directions

All documents need to be addressed to SNV email.


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