Terms of Reference – Baseline study Coffee Farmer Income Resilience Program Kenya and Uganda

The Coffee Farmer Income Resilience Program is a new partnership between the IKEA Foundation (“IKF”) and IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative working on income resilience and regenerative agriculture. The mission of the program is to expand IDH’s proven service delivery model approach in the coffee sector to develop a robust proof of concept for blending coffee-specific services with services for other non-coffee farm produce. This will improve the income resilience of 20,000 coffee farming families in Kenya and Uganda. For this, IDH will co-develop sustainable and economically viable service delivery systems that integrate a stepwise approach to achieving income resilience for farmers while transitioning farm systems to regenerative agriculture.

To successfully implement this program, measure progress and extract learnings, IDH is looking to contract a service provider to do a baseline study for this program, including inception phase, data collection and analysis, reporting and learning.

Please download the full Terms of Reference below and see the Detail Request Form and the General Terms & Conditions for the contract with IDH.

*Deadline for submissions: 14 June 2021 12.00 CEST

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