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The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA), supported by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), is undertaking a gender analysis study as part of the Transforming the African Food System to Sustainability (TAFS) project – “My Food is African”. Our goal is to promote the consumption of healthy and culturally appropriate food among African citizens, backed by supportive policies by 2026.
Call for Proposals:

We are pleased to announce a closed call for tenders for this pivotal gender analysis. To participate, interested parties should submit the following documents via email:
  1. A letter (1-2 pages) expressing your interest in this opportunity.
  2. A technical reflection (2-4 pages) discussing your understanding of the assignment, proposed methodology, timetable, and budget.
  3. A general profile of your company or individual capacity, including evidence of previous work and relevant CV(s).


Invitation to Tender Procedure:

Eligible consultants, either firms or individuals, are invited to submit their technical and financial proposals for this project. Please send your documents to by 5:00pm (East Africa Time) on (24th May 2024). The email should indicate ‘AFSA-TAFS_ Gender Analysis Study’ in the subject line.
Applicants will be notified of the tender procedure’s outcome within 15 days following the application deadline.

For a detailed description of the work scope, please DOWNLOAD THE TOR 

We look forward to your insightful proposals and hope to collaborate on making a significant impact through this project.

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