To Engage A Consultant For Conducting Baseline Survey For Developppp Project On Enhancement Of Smallholder Spice Farmers ‘capacities In Sustainable Farming
DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT (GIZ) GMBH
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Enhancement of Smallholder Spice Farmer’s Capacities in Sustainable Farming
DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR INTERNATIONALE ZUSAMMENARBEIT - GIZ
Tender Notice No.
Tender Notice To engage a consultant for conducting Baseline Survey for DevelopPPP Project on Enhancement of Smallholder Spice Farmers ‘Capacities in Sustainable Farming.
The Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, Federal Republic of Germany (BMZ) under its DevelopPPP.de program has commissioned a project titled Enhancement of Smallholder Spice Farmer’s Capacities in Sustainable Farming . GIZ acts on behalf of BMZ in implementing the develoPPP.de program. GIZ and AVT McCormick (AVT McC) will jointly implement this project in four states in India, viz. Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan. The project aims to sustainably strengthen the production of cardamom, cumin and turmeric in these geographies, in order to increase capacities of spice farmers, to make production practices more economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.
The overall aim of the project is to strengthen capacities of farmers to make production practices more economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable and to establish stable spice supply chains. This will result in improved productivity which is expected to increase farmers’ income and thereby contribute to the improvement of their livelihoods (expected impact). The project measures will ensure that spice farming remains financially attractive and productive in the longer run. It will also provide assurance for delivery of food safe spices and good ecosystem services from which AVT McC and the Indian spice market as well as the farming communities can benefit. The project aims to increase capacities of spice farmers in four states to make production practices more economically, socially and environmentally sustainable (expected direct impact). This will result in improved productivity which is expected to increase farmers’ income and thereby contribute to the improvement of their livelihoods (expected indirect impact)
The project is seeking services of an expert to conduct baseline survey to establish data at the initial stage for the project. The base line assessment will be carried out to contribute to a comprehensive understanding of Agri- production systems, Socio economic conditions, Environmental challenges (e.g. soil degradation, biodiversity loss etc.), livelihood aspects and market linkages with small and marginal farmers participating in the program for three spice crops e.g. Cardamom, Turmeric and Cumin in four states of India, viz. Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Rajasthan.
The bidder must submit their proposals (technical, CV and financials separately).
Any queries : 22nd March 2021
Clarifications by GIZ : 24th March 2021
06 Apr 2021
CORRGENDUM : Due date has been extended from 29/03/2021 to 06/04/2021. Also refer the FAQs file as additional document enclosed herewith.
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