eC2: DRONE TECHNOLOGY FOR MONITORING INDEPENDENT PALM OIL SMALLHOLDERS PRODUCTION

Deadline: 31-Jul-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) WDR-2019-woman-with-laptop-and-drone.jp

The overall goal of this project is to establish new method on monitoring independent palm oil smallholder. The selected vendor is expected to recommend a method for smallholder monitoring using drone image advice and data service for smallholders, including develop an effective data distribution to smallholder farmers, cost per farmers, and payment collection system from smallholder farmers.
Specifically, the project will conduct aerial mapping of a minimum 15,000 hectares of smallholder farmland (each with approximately one to three hectares of land) and distribute image data to a minimum 1000 of independent smallholder farmers.
This will include:
– aerial mapping of a minimum 15,000 hectares of smallholder farmland,
– image analysis and interpretation of the image captured by the aerial mapping
– Provide report and recommendation for scale up the use of drone for smallholder monitoring, cost per farmer, effective data distribution and payment collection system from smallholders.

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eConsultant2: Tender extended: Competitive Assessment of Colombian Palm Oil in International Trade

Deadline: 06-Nov-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washinsouth_africagton D.C.)

The Dutch (RVO) funded Colombia palm oil project is gaining speed and the team has now published a call for expressions of interest. Given the RVO funding the IFC would very much welcome Dutch consultants.

The aim of this assessment is to identify and examine the factors affecting the performance of Colombian palm oil-based products in the international market, and analyze the gap between the current and possible future conditions in the Colombian industry.

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eConsultant2: competitiveness assessment of the Colombian Palm Oil in international trade

The Dutch (RVO) funded Colombia palm oil project is gaining speed and the team has now published a call for expressions of interest. Given the RVO funding the IFC would very much welcome Dutch consultants.

The aim of this assessment is to identify and examine the factors affecting the performance of Colombian palm oil-based products in the international market, and analyze the gap between the current and possible future conditions in the Colombian industry. The following topics need to be considered: Continue reading