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ILRI Consultancy- Completion of the Agriculture Gender Policy for the Ministry of Agriculture Livestock Fisheries and Cooperatives(Closing date:11 August 2020)

ILRI Consultancy- Completion of the Agriculture Gender Policy for the Ministry of Agriculture Livestock Fisheries and Cooperatives(Closing date:11 August 2020)

International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) seeks to recruit a consultant to undertake the completion of the Draft Agriculture Gender Policy which will promote and improve gender equality in the agriculture sector.

ILRI works to improve food and nutritional security and reduce poverty in developing countries through research for efficient, safe and sustainable use of livestock. It is the only one of 15 CGIAR Research Centres dedicated entirely to animal agriculture research for the developing world. Co-hosted by Kenya and Ethiopia, it has regional or country offices and projects in East, South and Southeast Asia as well as Central, East, Southern and West Africa.

General Background

Agriculture is a key economic driver in most African countries. In Kenya, the sector supports about 80% of the population living in rural areas, deriving their livelihoods directly from agricultural activities. However, the sector is faced with many challenges, among them gender inequalities across value chains and, external influencing factors that include governance, climate change and culture among others. These challenges hamper attainment of food and nutrition security, and overall agricultural transformation, growth and prosperity. A key strategy to address the systemic gender inequalities in the sector is development and implementation of a Gender Policy. It is against this background that the Kenya Agriculture Sector, in 2012, developed a Draft Gender Policy to address the multiple gender inequalities existing in the sector. The Draft Policy identified critical gender issues and challenges that needed to be addressed through policy actions and programmes.

However, the current Draft Policy was at the point of completion at which time the government of Kenya in 2013 adopted the two tier levels of governance. There is need for the two levels of government to input their contribution to the contents of the policy as important stakeholders in the gender agenda. The policy also needs to be aligned to the National Gender and Development Policy, 2019, SDGs and MTP III. Further, there are global and national scenarios that have emerged and need to be addressed in the policy. The Big 4 Agenda and Climate Change are some of these pertinent issues to be captured during the review process. In addition, the coordination and implementation mechanisms need to reviewed, to take into consideration changes that have since taken place.

In view of the above, there is need to engage a consultant who will undertake the task of upgrading, aligning the Draft Policy to reflect the current global, regional and national perspectives. This will lead to the completion of the Policy.

Objective of The Assignment

The overall purpose of this assignment is for the consultant to undertake the completion of the Draft Agriculture Gender Policy which will promote and improve gender equality in the agriculture sector.

The consultant is required to undertake the task of completion of the Policy based on the following specific objectives.

  • Identification of specific gender equality gaps based on current global, regional and national agricultural agenda and perspectives,
  • Re-align the Policy with specific focus on SDGs, CAADP, National Policy on Gender and Development, Devolved Governance, current government aspiration on the Big 4 Agenda, food and nutrition security and Climate Change
  • Assess and highlight the agriculture sector’s readiness and capacity to implement the Policy and recommend measures to ensure effective implementation
  • Ensure that the Gender Policy so developed serves as an entry point for actors in both public and private dealing with gender issues in the sector

Scope of Work

In undertaking the assignment, the consultant is expected to do the following:

  1. Review the Draft Policy, identify and isolate specific gaps based on current global, regional and national agricultural agenda and perspectives,
  2. Align the policy to empowerment of women, youth empowerment and other vulnerable and marginalized groups based on the identified gaps
  3. The reviewed Gender Policy should include guiding principles with reference to:
  • fostering gender equality and equity in decision making regarding productive resources and benefits
  • removing and/or mitigating against internal and external barriers to the full and equal participation of women and youth in the sector at all levels of value chains
  • Creating an enabling environment at national and county governments for full participation of women, youth  and other vulnerable and marginalized groups in agricultural development, including in leadership positions of agricultural organizations
  • Putting in place mechanisms, including gender responsive budgeting for the empowerment of women, youth and other vulnerable and marginalized groups at policy, programmatic and community levels
  • Ensure that the mechanisms put in place are gender transformative, cohesive and sustainable
  • Ensuring responsibility for all arms in the sector in generating gender statistics for effective implementation of the policy
  • Present the reviewed Policy to TWG and stakeholders

Final Products

The consultant will work closely with the Technical Working Group (TWG) and will deliver the following in a timely manner.

  • Inception report to be presented to TWG before actual work starts clearly showing the implementation plan and methodology
  • Progress reports to TWG including workshop report of Draft Policy presentation
  • A Policy Note publication documenting the process of engaging multiple stakeholders, methods, lessons learned and challenges.
  • Final reviewed Policy and other relevant information including collected data in soft and bound hard copies

Consultancy Fee:  Lumpsum or by mutual agreement based on agreed milestones and deliverables

Post location:  Consultant Base

Duration:  3 Months with a maximum of 45 working days

Essential skills and qualifications

  • At least a Post-graduate degree in the field of Gender, Agriculture, Social Sciences, Sociology, Political Science, Public Policy or other related field
  • Should have knowledge and experience in policy formulation
  • Expertise in addressing emerging issues in agriculture and Climate Change
  • Should have knowledge and experience in addressing gender and agricultural development issues including gender transformative approaches, gender and food security and gender and climate change
  • Proven record of experience in working on consultancy assignments
  • Ability to assess, analyze and summarize information accurately and promptly
  • Excellent written and oral English with ability to write clearly and engagingly on complex technical and social subjects
  • Excellent layout and design skills
  • Attention to detail and good Quality Assurance skills
  • Ability to develop and keep to schedules

How to apply: 

Applicants should send a cover letter and CV expressing their interest in the position, what they can bring to the job and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees who are knowledgeable about the candidate’s professional qualifications and work experience to the Director, People and Organizational Development through our recruitment portal before 11 August  2020.  The position title and reference number REF: CCAFS /07/2020 should be clearly marked on the subject line of the cover letter.

We thank all applicants for their interest in working for ILRI. Due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

ILRI does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing or training). ILRI also does not concern itself with information on applicants’ bank accounts.

To find out more about ILRI, visit our websites at

ILRI is an equal opportunity employer


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