Terms of Reference: Mid-Term Evaluation (MTE) for Improving Income and Nutrition of Smallholder Tea Farmers in Southern Tanzania

The European Union (EU) and the Government of United Republic of Tanzania (NAO) have signed a financing Agreement called Agri-Connect: Supporting value chains for shared prosperity under the 11th European Development Fund (EDF). IDH as a lead applicant was awarded with a grant of 5 MLN EUR under this Agreement. With this grant, IDH and consortium partners are implementing the Agricon Boresha Chai Program, which focuses on improving income, livelihoods and nutrition of tea smallholder farmers in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania.

IDH seeks a party to do the Mid-term Evaluation (the “MTE”) covering 22,000 Program beneficiaries (tea farming households) from the four District Councils in three regions (Mufindi District in Iringa region, Njombe District Council in Njombe region, Rungwe and Busokelo District Councils in Mbeya region). The aim of the MTE is to assess whether the program is on track to reach its main objectives and provide constructive recommendations that serve for orientation and improvements for the remaining program period.

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* Deadline for submissions 28 October 2022

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