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Base line survey and final evaluation of the African Swine Fever Prevention and Control Project in ToomLarn district, Saravan province

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Base line survey and final evaluation of the African Swine Fever Prevention and Control Project in ToomLarn district, Saravan province

Saravan province and Toom Larn district

Contract type: Consultancy contract

AVSF Laos is looking for a Consultancy of Base line survey and final evaluation of the African Swine Fever Prevention and Control Project in ToomLarn district, Saravan province. However, the emergence in 2019 of the African Swine Fever (ASF) severely disrupted the pig value chain in the province. ASF threatens the population livelihoods as well as the survival of local pig breeds (e.g. Mou Lad and Mou Cheed), which were the specialty of the province. Preventive measures at farm and community level are necessary to better prevent the disease and mitigate its impact.

Assignment 
The hired company/consultant is assigned to contribute to the control of ASF through training and capacity building of small-scale holders on biosecurity. The specific objective is to increase the resilience of small-scale pig producers towards ASF). More details enclosed in the Terms of Reference.

How to apply

Interested consultants should send their CV along with a technical and financial proposal to: AVSF, Vientiane office, NK Building (Toko Assurance Building), 6th floor, Thadeua Rd, Ban Beungkayong, Sissattanak district, Vientiane, or by email address: v.renault@avsf.org with the following object: “Application for ASF pilot project surveys”.

The proposal should describe how the consultant’s experience meets the requirements of the present assignment (ideally, providing detailed references on similar work previously conducted) and providing brief information on the work plan. The deadline for submission of the proposal is on March 31st 2022. Only short-listed consultant will be contacted.

For the full terms of reference.
ToRs_Consultant ASF

 

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