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AATF offers exciting opportunities for those passionate about creating meaningful change in Africa through agricultural technologies. We are a diverse organization and our team includes experts from all over the world. Our engagements can be either full-time or short term depending on the project or nature of the assignment. Experience the delight of a career with AATF. Review, apply and stand a chance to join a team of agricultural technology enthusiasts working at one of the most reputable non-profit organizations in Africa.

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Preparation of Fiscal Year 2022 Consolidated Report & Financial Statement

AATF would like to engage an experienced accountant (the “Consultant”) to assist in the preparation of Fiscal Year 2022 Consolidated Report and Financial Statement in accordance with the charities’ statement of recommended practice (SORP) reporting requirements.

The Consultant will work with and train the finance team in AATF Head Office in preparation of these reports, and in addition prepare the workflows and Desktop Procedures Manual for future reference.

 AATF invites professional firms and individuals with proven track record of preparation of the financial statements, and coordination of reporting with the external auditors.

The complete assignment, including preparatory work, preparation plans and implementation should be completed no later than 30 days upon contract award. We expect to start in mid-February 2023.

Applications should be submitted electronically to AATF Procurement Officer at
procurement@aatf-africa.org and clearly marked “Preparation of Fiscal Year 2022 SORP” by 12 January 2023 5:00 pm E.A time.

Terms of Reference for Gendered Market Study on PBR Cowpea in Nigeria and Ghana

The PBR Cowpea project is a public-private partnership coordinated by the AATF. AATF is partnering with international research organizations and National Agricultural Research System (NARS) in Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Malawi to develop elite cowpea varieties resistant to the Maruca pod borer (Maruca vitrata), a key insect pest and major constraint to cowpea production in Africa.

This project seeks to develop farmer-preferred, high yielding and Pod Borer-Resistant cowpea varieties, which will be made available to smallholder farmers for cultivation in the target countries of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

While PBR cowpea was commercially released in Nigeria as SAMPEA 20-T in December 2019 in collaboration with various partners under the coordination of the AATF, the National Biosafety Authority (NBA) of Ghana granted environmental release and market placement of PBR cowpea in June 2022.

Applications should be submitted to AATF Procurement Officer at: procurement@aatf-africa.org by COB 12th of January 2022 with the subject head ‘Gendered Market Study for PBR Cowpea in Nigeria and Ghana.’

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