Chemonics International Tanzania is executing the anticipated five-year, $37-39.5 million USAID-funded Tanzania Kilimo Tija activity. The project, anticipated to begin in late-2022, is expected to sustainably increase the competitiveness and inclusiveness of horticulture market systems.
Incorporating a holistic approach to poverty reduction, Kilimo Tija is also expected to engage women and youth in new market roles, increase access to commercially provided, climate smart, and productivity-enhancing agricultural technologies, and strengthen the enabling environment for market systems. Using a.demand-driven development approach, our programs in Africa build the capacity of local institutions and create lasting impact, whether it is helping protect local biodiversity, facilitating international trade, or helping world leaders recognize famine conditions and plan accordingly.
The common thread is our commitment to serving the needs of beneficiaries and local partners to promote true and lasting change. Our Africa portfolio is managed through two regional business units: East and Southern Africa, and West and Central Africa and Haiti. Chemonics is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in its selection and employment practices.
NEW VACANCIES AT CHEMONICS INTERNATIONAL TANZANIA, JUNE 2022
The organization is seeking to hire qualified and competent individuals to fill new vacant positions. Read full details from the PDF DOCUMENT below: