Evaluation of the ICRC Economic Security Unit seed programmes in Africa

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This is a multi-country, sector-specific impact evaluation and is intended to generate evidence on whether ICRC interventions promoting the use of certified seeds is more impactful for farmers than the seeds found on the informal market, based on maturity, pest tolerance, organoleptic characteristics, among others. In addition, the evaluation should generate evidence on secondary benefits, such as improved availability of quality seeds, improved capacities of public and private entities, and ICRC’s strategic positioning vis-à-vis other humanitarian organizations in the context. This evaluation will include in-depth primary data collection in Chad and Nigeria, and desk reviews focusing on Ethiopia, Niger, and Somalia.

DEADLINE: 17 July 2024

JOB TYPE: Consultancy