Home         Register       Sign In




Done with errors on the page

Company Info

jobskenya
41237
nairobi, Nairobi

Phone:
Web:

Company Profile
Send Private Message



Job ID: 55937
Job Views: 1317
Location: nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
Zip Code:
Job Category: Construction
Employment Type:


Salary:
Posted: 04.15.2016




Match Making, Learnings and PMP Tracking Individual Consultants Career Recruitments April 2016



Job Description

Land O’Lakes Match Making, Learnings and PMP Tracking Individual Consultants Opportunities April 2016

Job vacancy: Land O’Lakes Match Making, Learnings and PMP Tracking Individual Consultants Employment Kenya 2016

Job Description: Today Match Making, Learnings and PMP Tracking Individual Consultants Work Kenya

 

 

Land O’Lakes Inc

Expression of Interest for Individual Consultants: Match Making, Learnings and PMP Tracking
 
Background: Feed the Future, Kenya Innovation Engine 
 
Feed the Future Kenya Innovation Engine (KIE) is as a five-year program implementing under USAID’s Feed the Future (FtF) Strategy. 
 
KIE identifies nurtures and brings to scale innovative, private sector-oriented solutions to food insecurity, under-nutrition, and poverty. 
 
The Innovation Engine partners with entrepreneurs who design new concepts, products and services to maximize their commercial potential, as well as nutritional and livelihoods benefits to the targeted communities. 
 

 
In a manner similar to a venture capital fund, the Innovation Engine supports experimentation and rewards proven success, seeking projects that represent game-changing methodologies and approaches that have the potential to benefit a significant number of Kenyan households.  
 
KIEs portfolio comprises of 17 innovations covering 17 value chains across 12 FtF counties in Kenya.

In the following section, KIE outlines the deliverables under this assignment and the background informing the need its need.

Deliverable 1: An impact tracking and reporting model for closed out innovations.  
 
The tracking model should be guided by KIE’s Performance Management Plan (PMP) indicators.  
 
PMP indicators and closed out innovations are in Annex 1 and 2 respectively.
 
Background: KIE’s implementation model steers innovation growth through a stage graduation criterion, the three Stages are; Stage 1 – Proof of Concept, Stage 2 – Pilot Roll Out, Stage 3 - Scale.  
 
To determine an innovation’s ability to graduate from one Stage to another, an intensive analysis and assessment of innovation progress and calibration of impact expectations is carried out on the innovation; this process is referred to as Rigorous Assessment. 
 
To date, 9 of the 17 innovations have undergone Rigorous Assessment, of these, 4 innovations have not been recommend to graduate. 
 
KIE envisions that there will be approximately 10 innovations closed out and not graduating by end of May 2016 mainly due to the limited implementation window to close of project in May 2017. 
 
Though these innovations will not continue to benefit from the technical and financial assistance under KIE, the value created by KIE assistance should be able to steer them to: other partnerships with the private and public sector, sustainability, scale, impact and profitability.  
 

KIE is thus keen to implement a model that will maintain linkages with these innovations for consistent follow up and feedback on their progress.

Payment:


 

 
Firm Fixed Price
Deliverable break down
Cost (KES)
An approved tracking and reporting model in line with KIE PMP indicators
XX
Three quarterly reports on the progress of closed out innovations.  The report should be based on the approved tracking model
XX

 

Deliverable 2: Develop and document lessons learnt on implementation of the innovation engine program to date.
 
Background: KIE’s innovator cohort has a blend of innovators from the private sector (micro and medium sized organizations), academia and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs).  
 
Implementing with this diverse cohort has brought out varied opportunities and challenges in relation to testing and growing of innovations.  
 
KIE sees a lot of value in using its unique positioning to document these lessons in a manner that allows industry stakeholders, donor communities and investors make informed decisions, identify opportunities and challenges; understand pre-requisites of dealing with the different entities and design practical implementation models based on the different clusters.  
 
KIE would like to package this information under lessons learnt.


Payment:


 

 
Firm Fixed Price
Deliverable break down
Cost (KES)
A word document on lessons learnt from implementation of the Innovation Engine program
XX
A short and crisp power point version of lessons learnt
XX
 
Presentation of findings to industry/sector stakeholders
 
 
XX

 

Deliverable 3: Match making and signing of investing deals between KIE innovators and investors.
 
Background: KIE acknowledges that both closed out innovators and its current portfolio will require additional finance to sustainably grow their entities.   
 
As such, the consultant will be expected to continuously link KIE innovators to investors, participate in investment discussions between the two entities and assist KIE innovators seal investment competitive deals.


Payment:


 

 
Firm Fixed Price
Deliverable break down
Cost (KES)
Three Quarterly reports on a minimum of 9 linkages made within the quarter.  The report should outline stage of discussions, proposed nature of investment, proposed value and deal structure.
XX
 
Fixed Price Incentive Fee
 
KIE will offer an incentive fee on sealed, drown down deals between investors and KIE innovators.  A signed copy of the deal and innovator confirmation will accompany the report on such deals.  KIE will give an incentive fee of 500,000 KES for signed deals exceeding 50 million KES that are identified and brokered by the consultant.
 

 

Note: This consultancy is open to qualified Individual consultants only.
 
Specific terms of references will be issued to successful consultants for specific assignments.

The three quarters referred are: July- Sept 2016, Oct – Dec 2016 and Jan – March 2017

Closing Date for Applications
 
Consultants interested in carrying out this assignment should submit both a technical and financial proposal; separately by 27th April 2016 to ta.kfie@idd.landolakes.com 

The technical proposal must describe in detail how the consultant expects to execute the assignment (methodology).  
 
No presentation formats are preferred and hence interested consultants should feel free to use their own formats.

Applicants should also submit their CVs; with at least three (3) referees for consideration. 
 
The CV should include telephone, and email contacts of the applicants and referees.


The Innovation Engine and USAID/Kenya reserve the right to award consultancy contracts to any or none of the applications submitted.







  • Previous Next

Home     My Account     Find Jobs     Post Resumes     Search Resumes     Post Jobs     Contact   About Us   Sitemap