PROJECT TITLE: MAINSTREAMING ECOLOGICAL ORGANIC AGRICULTURE (EOA) INTO AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS IN AFRICA FOR THE PERIOD 2019-2023 (PHASE II)
Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) acting on behalf the African Union-led EOA Continental Steering Committee (CSC) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is pleased to release a Request for Applications (RFA) to recruit suitable consortia of partners to implement activities of the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative (EOA-I) Phase 2 in their countries based on the scope of work contained herein. The project grants will be awarded and implemented in accordance with the EOA-I grants management policies and procedures.
The annexes accompanying this Request for Applications are:
1) Annex A: Phase II Project Document (ProDoc) that can be accessed through these links (English) or (French).
2) Annex B: Cover Letter (Sample Format) accessible through these links (English) or (French).
3) Annex C: Technical Application template accessible through these links (English) or (French).
4) Annex D: Detailed Budget template accessible through these links (English) or (French).
This RFA does not obligate BvAT to execute a sub-grant, nor does it commit it to pay any costs incurred in the preparation and submission of the applications. Furthermore, BvAT reserves the right to reject any and all applications, if such action is considered to be in the best interest of the EOA Initiative. Applications are submitted at the applicant’s own risk.
Thank you for your interest in being a partner in the EOA Initiative in Africa.
The call can be accessed through this portal https://gms.eoai-africa.org/#/marketing
The call can also be accessed through the EOA Website https://eoai-africa.org/
Kindly note the deadline for receiving applications is 18th September 2020 EAT.
This is to recall that, the grants to be awarded for the EOA-I project will be implemented for a period of slightly over 2 years from January 2021-April 2023.
David Amudavi (Ph.D.)
Project Coordinator, Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative
BivAT Executive Director