TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR CONSULTING SERVICES TO UNDERTAKE A STUDY ON THE RATE OF ADOPTION OF IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES

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The Modernization of Agriculture in Ghana (MAG) programme intends to improve the production and productivity of farmers by strengthening and modernizing agricultural extension service delivery at the national, regional and district levels. The Directorate of Agricultural Extension Services (DAES) spearheading component 3 of the programme is planning to undertake a study on the adoption of improved agricultural technologies disseminated to farmers over the period of five (5) years thus, 2015-2019. 

The DAES is requesting for proposals (technical and financial) from eligible, experienced and professional Firms and Individual Consultants in the position to provide this service. The following information should be included as part of the proposal;

  1. Name of Individual/Firm
  2. Nature of Core Business
  3. Documentary evidence to support the following:
  • Evidence and experience of similar assignments executed in the last five (5) years (Name of client, scope of services, value of contract, year executed, etc to be stated)
  • Technical and Management ability of company evidenced by summarized CVs of proposed staff for the assignment
  • Basic outline of how assignment will be executed

You are required to submit one (1) original and three (3) copies each of the technical and financial proposals and supplementary documents all in English and clearly marked “Proposal for Consultancy Services to undertake a Study on the Rate of Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technologies” and must be submitted on or before 3:00pm, Tuesday, 10th February, 2020 to the Acting Director, Directorate of Agricultural Extension Services, MoFA-Accra and attention Madam Prospera N.A. Anku / Mr. Emmanuel A. Odame. A submission form must be signed at the time of submission.

Please find attached the Terms of Reference (TOR) for your information and necessary action. For further enquiries please contact 0244605110/0265330862.