We're looking for 300 motivated enumerators (90 in Kebbi, 60 in Kaduna and Niger and 30 in Kano, Jigawa, and Taraba).
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About the Project : The project is to support the building of a knowledge base of community-based actors in the agriculture value chain and strategically defining and implementing an expansion plan that increases the volume of goods traded on the donor’s platform as well as creates work opportunities for at least 50,000 youth.
Project actors are farmers, aggregators, transporters, and youth engaged in the agriculture sector across 6 states and 50 LGAs in Nigeria.
The database of market actors will include at least 30,000 farmers, 2,500 agribusinesses, and 20,000 youth across 6 implementation states.
The project is, therefore, seeking for 300 motivated enumerators (90 in Kebbi, 60 in Kaduna and Niger and 30 in Kano, Jigawa, and Taraba).
Primary Purpose : The Enumerator (s) will be expected to participate in data collection from a minimum of 30,000 farmers and 2,500 agribusinesses from the 6 focal states broken down to at least 600 farmers and 416 agro businesses per state.
To achieve this, each enumerator will survey an average of 8 farmers and 3 agribusinesses per day. The successful candidate(s) will work under the supervision and guidance of state field data verifiers and be oversighted by the TNS MIS Coordinator.
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This is a short term part-time engagement and All successful applicants are expected to be resident in state all through the period of engagement.