Position: Institutional Sustainability Consultant, Agricultural Council of Kenya (AgCK) Location: Nairobi Kenya Period of Performance: November 1st 2017 – March 31st 2018 Level of Effort: 60 days Background: Africa Lead […]
Promoting the inclusiveness of youth and women in the advancement of agriculture transformation and building on its existing leadership training program, Africa Lead organized an entrepreneurship and agribusiness development Training […]
Over the years, Africa Lead’s leadership training facilitators and “trainers” have played a central role in the program’s mission to scale up for food security across sub-Saharan Africa. In Tanzania and across East Africa, experienced facilitators with proven track records are in great demand. To meet this demand, Africa Lead is working to scale up the number of trained facilitators who can deliver capacity building training programs, and advance the skills of existing trainers.
Africa Lead is Feed the Future’s primary capacity building program in sub Saharan Africa. Feed the Future (FTF) is the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative.
The program works to help realize FTF's and the African Union’s Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Program (CAADP) goals of reduced hunger and poverty by building the capacity of champions, institutions and stakeholders to develop, lead and manage the structures needed for African-led agriculture transformation.
Africa Lead is working across sub-Saharan Africa, with offices and staff across West Africa, East, and Southern Africa. Africa Lead II's US office is based in Bethesda, MD, USA.
7600 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 200
Bethesda, MD 20814, USA
+1 301 771 7600
+1 301 771 7777
East & Southern Africa Regional Office
Karen Office Park, Hemingway Building- Top Floor
PO Box 424, Karen 00502 Nairobi, Kenya
+254 727 405 020
West Africa Regional Office
PO Box LG 1199, Legon
+233 (0) 203 791 827
+233 302 522 466
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