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Landell Mills are pleased to announce a new European Union contract in Mauritius to help sustainably manage and exploit the natural assets of the region.
Three charities: Bath Child Contact Centre; For-Ethiopia; and the Rafiki Thabo Foundation will together receive a final total of £1,800 as a result of fund raising efforts by Landell Mills staff. A big 'thank you' once again to all our supporters and sponsors.
The PSD adviser for DFID in Afghanistan has commended the work of the Landell Mills managed Afghanistan Business Innovation fund in his latest Blog - http://blogs.dfid.gov.uk/2014/02/the-other-afghan-drugs/.
On an almost perfect day for running, the Landell Mills Lopers completed the Bath Half Marathon on Sunday 02 March. Congratulations to Hannah, Sophie, Jérôme, Matthew and Simon for getting round in one piece. But most of all - thanks to all those who sponsored the team and helped us to raise over £1,500 for our chosen charities Bath Child Contact Centre, For-Ethiopia and the Rafiki Thabo Foundation!
Landell Mills is awarded a new EU-funded service contract: Integrated Support Services-Food and Nutrition Security & Sustainable Agriculture (ISS-FNSSA)
The Panj Amu River Basin Agency Annual Reporti...
Landell Mills are pleased to announce a new European Union contract in Afghanistan worth €14,000,000
Landell Mills is delighted to welcome Andrew Jacque in the role of Senior Agricultural Economist.
Framework division latest achievements
The Framework division has recently reached some important milestones in Lots 1 (Rural Development) and 12 (Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Management and Post-crisis Assistance), having been awarded projects in excess of €4 million and €1 million turnover respectively since its creation in October 2009.
For our most recent award in Yemen under Lot 12, we were tasked with finding a team, preparing and submitting (and winning) an offer, and mobilising said team in two weeks! The Landell Mills team will be carrying out the Livelihoods component of a Joint Socio-Economic Impact Assessment - a national, multi-donor, sector-wide assessment that is already underway in Yemen. This should prove to be an interesting and challenging project.
The majority of other projects awarded have been in Africa, most recently in Swaziland, to establish a monitoring and evaluation system for the sugar sector, and in Uganda, with a study into the promotion of the Ugandan commercial beef industry. In Zambia, we have undertaken the formulation of the Conservation Agriculture Scaling Up project, which aims to increase crop productivity and production for target farmers, with particular focus on women farmers. We have also had success in Egypt, where we are currently carrying out two feasibility studies in the dairy and aquaculture sectors. Both studies are looking at ways to strengthen and increase the efficiency of each sector by improving the livelihoods of small farmers. We have also won and are implementing projects in Burundi, DRC, Eritrea, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia and Zimbabwe.
Earlier in the year the division was awarded two projects in Central Asia; an evaluation into the sustainability of producing animal health vaccines in Afghanistan, and in Tajikistan, technical assistance is being given to further develop the draft National Water Sector Strategy, with a view to developing a Water Sector Policy. We have also been awarded evaluation assignments in Lao PDR and Bhutan.
In the Caribbean, we were awarded a project in Suriname, in partnership with A.D.E., to assist the Suriname Business Forum (SBF) and Suriname Business Centre, and in Jamaica, we have provided a framework for the development of biomass energy in the country.
- Operations and Compliance Manager
- Seed Certification Adviser
- Team Leader - Agricultural Value Chains - Uganda
- Project Advisory Officer
- Call for experts - French speaking senior and junior experts
- Call for experts in Trade and Private sector development
- Call for experts in Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Mgmnt & Post-Crisis assistance