Conservation International Foundation (hereinafter referred to as “Conservation International”), is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Visualizing Kenya’s Aquaculture Potential. Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all, for over 30 years. Through science, policy, and partnerships, CI is helping build a healthier, more prosperous, and more productive planet. Today, with offices in more than two dozen countries and a worldwide network of thousands of partners, CI has a truly global reach. The contractor will develop a data management platform for Conservation International (CI) and the aquaculture sector in Kenya (including automated collation, analysis, and regular dissemination of information). With support from CI and Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KEMFRI), relevant data inputs will be collected for production (e.g. species farmed, production system, spatial requirements, feed efficiency, yield, mortality, and disease prevalence), the environment (e.g. water quality parameters, effluent discharge, benthic impacts, biological impacts, non-native species), economics (e.g. input costs, profitability, market share), livelihoods (e.g. salaries, job creation, GDP contribution), and their interactions. This project will allow relevant stakeholders to gain access to existing data on historical trends and present conditions, while developing processes for ongoing data collection to monitor the development of the sector.
Offerors should indicate their interest in submitting a proposal for the anticipated consultancy by sending an email indicating their intention to email@example.com by 17:00 PM EAT on July 22nd, 2021.
Interested Offerors can submit their questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. by the July 7th, 2021. All offerors are expected to exercise the highest standards of conduct in preparing, submitting and if selected, eventually carrying out the specified work and in accordance with CI’s Code of Ethics
How to apply
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