Grape Expert

Posted By: ACTION FOR FOOD PRODUCTION

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Agriculture & Fair Trade

Job Description

1. Providing technical advisory assistance in area(s) of expertise (Grape cultivation in this case), 2. Advising and supporting in identifying and partnership building with Clients, Technical Organizations, Research Institutes, CBOs, Collectives, etc. 3. Conducting field visits to the project sites and identify strengths/weaknesses in program implementation and provide feedback and technical assistance to improve both individual and institutional performances for effective outcomes. 4. Advice on communicating findings to internal project team and to donor project team on a regular basis. 5. Closely following all project activities and be involved in organizing the workshops/ brainstorming sessions where all key stakeholders, key experts and organizations can participate. 6. Advice in the design, development and execution of different strategies for Information Education and Communication (IEC). 7. Advise and supervise the development of training modules and orient project team inc

Desired Candidate Profile

Post Graduation - M.Sc

M.Sc in Horticulture/Agriculture. Field Experience in Grape cultivation is essential. Retired ICAR scientists are encouraged to apply At least 10 years experience in grape cultivation

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:ACTION FOR FOOD PRODUCTION
  • About Organization:Action for Food Production (AFPRO) is an NGO with a prominent national presence. Established in 1966 with Christian inspiration, as a secular Indian technical service organization, it was registered (registration No.3516) in 1967 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Operating through 9 Regional Offices located across the geographical expanse of the country, we strive to enhance livelihoods and quality of life of rural poor and marginalized communities through the management of natural resources. The natural resources falling within our ambit include land, water and forests; and critical economic activities revolving around them – agriculture, livestock, fishery and forestry. New frontiers are being explored through non farm based skill development activities, as strategies to empower communities.