TERMS OF REFERENCE (ToR) FOR CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT ENDLINE EVALUATION SURVEY FOR THE PROJECTby admin August 9, 2021
TERMS OF REFERENCE (ToR) FOR CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT ENDLINE EVALUATION SURVEY FOR THE PROJECT “VALIDATION AND POPULARIZATION OF THE RIPAT APPROACH THROUGH SUA COMMUNITY” IN MOROGORO
Briefs on RECODA and its collaboration with SUA
Research, Community and Organizational Development Associates (RECODA) is a Non-Governmental Organization established in 2000 and registered in 2001. The organization focuses on bridging technology gaps in development through research and development, consultancy, capacity building, and facilitating community-based projects geared towards poverty alleviation, food security, and environmental conservation. The organization envisions a prosperous, strong, sustainable, and enlightened community free of poverty and ignorance. RECODA has Headquarters in Arusha and site offices in Karatu, Singida, Ilongero, Dodoma, and Morogoro. Read more…
The Guest of Honour, Prof. Maulid Mwatawala (standing), gives a word of thanks to RECODA for their cooperation with SUA through the RIPAT-SUA project for enhancing the agricultural value chain. On this occasion, 352 farmers were awarded certificates for graduating from this project. 2nd from left Prof Kabote Principal of CSSH, 3rd Dr. Ringo Director of RECODA
Student SUA 54 from Bsc. Human Nutrition And Bsc. Family and consumer science course conducting RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM / Project Monitoring and Evaluation Course, which is taught underof the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, visited Mkuyuni Village in Mzumbe Morogoro. had a good time visiting the model farm group of Peace Farmers, students learned to learn how to evaluate different approaches and projects done by RIPAT SUA and RECODA
Another group of students asking questions to the vice-director from RECODA, first from left Mr T. Tarimo
Kilimo Endelevu programme is a sustainable agricultural project which is implemented in Karatu district by several partners. Kilimo Endelevu Programme aims to contribute to strengthen economic, environmental and social performances of the actors of sustainable family farming for the communities of Karatu District located in Arusha Region, Tanzania.