Consultancy Opportunity Indonesian Consultant: Baseline study for coconut sugar value chain project in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

The Enhancing Livelihoods Fund (ELF) was established in January 2015 with support from Ford Foundation and Unilever.  ELF provides finance for suppliers in Unilever’s supply chains to improve their social impact in sourcing from smallholders, empowering women in the supply chain and improving conditions for workers.

In 2017, Puter Foundation received an ELF grant to design & implement a new sourcing model in the coconut sugar supply chain in Sampit area, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. This project combines business & environmental protection agendas by:

  • Building a supply chain with no intermediaries between farmers and suppliers to increase farmer’s income & status in the value chain.
  • Developing institutionalised training to transfer knowledge and good practices from existing farmers to new coconut sugar farmers;
  • Strengthening women capabilities and participation in the supply chain.

Oxfam GB are recruiting a consultant/team of consultants to conduct a baseline study of the ELF funded and Puter Foundation implemented Coconut Sugar project. Indonesian national consultants preferred.

The assignment is expected to take approximately 35 days for the consultant/team. Proposals (maximum 10 pages) are invited from organisations and individual consultants with relevant experience. Proposals should be submitted to Alastair Stewart (astewart1@oxfam.org.uk) by 9am UK time on Friday 6th April. 

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