Solidaridad has vast and recognized experience working with farmers to support transition to climate-smart production systems and an extensive practical knowledge of smallholder farmers behaviour. However, designing a digitally supported pay-for-impact model that can help smallholders worldwide access benefits for adopting better practices and sharing their data requires a deeper analysis of the drivers of behaviour change as well as the systematization of a robust methodology to structure and channel these benefits through digital tools.
The purpose of this assignment is twofold: 1) provide research and analysis on financial and non-financial incentives for farmers in the context of Solidaridad’s intervention in the Brazilian Amazon and 2) design and prototype a replicable methodology to identify, structure and channel effective farmer incentives to speed up the adoption of better agricultural practices, including avoiding deforestation.
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The consultant shall have proven experience in behaviour science research and track-record in the field of agriculture and/or development projects. Applications must include:
- Information on legal form and ownership structure of the applying entity;
- A summary proposal of the approach followed by the applying consultant or entity, outlining process and methodology and accompanying budget and timeline;
- CVs of team members and respective roles and time commitments for the assignment.
- A capacity statement of maximum 5 pages, with a comprehensive overview of previous experience as pertinent to the scope of the present assignment and/or links to recent reports or research authored by the researcher(s) and/or writer(s)
- Declaration of honour (see Annex 1 in full Terms of Reference)
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All applications must be submitted by July 30th to Violaine Laurens.