eC2: Implementation of Dairy Training Program

Deadline: 04-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Support to increase productivity and incorporate better management practices through indexthe establishment of an action plan that evaluates the potential of its dairy suppliers where the following market failures exist: i) low productivity and unstable supply of high-quality milk; ii) environmental impacts of dairy production, and iii) limited access to finance hindering adoption of climate-smart-technologies and practices. Within the Clients supply chain, IFC completed assessments for 6 cooperative suppliers related to productivity and food safety practices as well as a diagnostic on managerial/financial skills. The findings have served as a base to structure a four-year project.

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eC2: Large-Scale Dairy Farm Management Consultant

indexDeadline: 04-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

IFC is hiring a firm, which will support the Project on the design, testing and implementation of dairy farm reference models for large and medium sized dairy farms in Ukraine.

The Consultant will: 1) conduct the diagnostic of up to 10 dairy farms with an average size of between 300 and 2,000 dairy cows, 2) provide recommendations on improvement opportunities, 3) support the implementation of the recommended improvements 4) support IFC on developing 2 reference models for medium and large farms.
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eConsultant2:Dairy Specialist

Deadline: 05-Apr-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective/Purpose of Assignment:
The Project will look at limited access to finance for farmers/producers from 2 Koeien in de weiperspectives: lack of skills/knowledge (of risks in agriculture and availability of relevant tools) in FIs and low bankability of farmers/producers due to lack of capacity and lack of avenues to improve this capacity. To address this failure on the scale of the selected FIs and supply chains, the Project will work with both FIs and supply chains (aggregators, producers, other participants) to improve their capacity and created strong linkages between all.

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