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Request for expressions of interest for Consultancy service to develop “Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme” for African agriculture transformation

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Avenue Joseph Anoma. 01 BP 1387.

Abidjan 01. Côte d’Ivoire.


Title of the assignment : Consultancy service to develop “Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme” for African agriculture transformation.

Brief description of the Assignment : The Consultant will Develop a Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme based on Land Tenure Studies and agreed actions from consultative planning meetings held in eight countries (Burundi, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal and Tanzania) and propose recommendations on how the Bank will achieve a 25% increase of secure Tenure in Africa, as indicated in the Feed Africa Strategy.

Department issuing the request : Agriculture and Agro Industry (AHAI).

Project Place of assignment : He/she will work from home.

Duration of the assignment :  A total of one month (20 days for Deliverable 1 and 10 days for Deliverable 2 )

Tentative Date of commencement : 1st April 2019.

Deadline for applications : 24th March 2019, not later than 17:00 GMT.

Agriculture and Agro Industry Department now invites individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible individual consultants shall provide information on their qualifications and experience in Land sector and demonstrate their ability to undertake this assignment (documents, reference to similar services, experience in similar assignments, availability etc.) in addition to their CV. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Individual Consultants”. Any questions and requests for clarifications may be sent to and


Attached please find Terms of Reference :

Background and Context :

  1. The Bank has launched a Feed Africa Strategy for Agricultural Transformation in Africa (2016-2025) that takes a “commodity value chain approach” for a competitive and inclusive agribusiness sector that creates wealth, improves lives, creates jobs, secures the environment and alleviates poverty. The Strategy notes that security of land tenure remains a major component for an enabling environment that can facilitate the implementation of the Strategy ;
  2. Challenges of inefficiencies in land governance including land registration and lack of security of tenure bring uncertainty to invest in agricultural land. Most African countries have basic land tenure laws that are incomplete and poorly enforced that discourage private investments. Meanwhile, women’s access to land is on average less than half that of men as to greater extent titles and inheritance rights across Africa are given to male family members. Women remain the primary users of agricultural land in most African communities as they make up 70% of the farmers. Equally, challenges of climate change require efficiencies in sustainable land management practices. However, lack of secure tenure intensify illegitimate agriculture practices that cause land degradation and pose enormous risks to continental food security ;
  3. Feed Africa Strategy highlights the Bank’s catalytic role in assisting Regional Member Countries (RMCs) in creating enabling conditions for agricultural business-led transformations. Some improvements in the land sector will be necessary to create an enabling environment for agricultural development. One of the most important factors is the availability of land resources upon which small-scale and commercial agricultural activities occur. Reforms are crucial not only for the rural farmers but also for foreign and local commercial investors, some of whom seek to engage in large-scale farming ;
  4. From 2016-2018, the Bank engaged with Regional Member countries (Kenya, Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria, Burundi, Malawi, Cote d’Ivoire and Tanzania) to undertake land tenure systems studies. The objective of the Land Tenure studies were to identify and describe the existing land tenure systems in respective countries with a view of analyzing the challenges and opportunities that land tenure systems present for agricultural transformation. The studies focused on the current state of countries’ agriculture; the nexus between land tenure and agriculture; land policies, legislative and administrative measures and institutions in land management; and strengthening property rights to facilitate investment and opportunities for agricultural transformation; challenges in land tenancy arrangements ;
  5. By doing so, the studies identified key constraints and opportunities for agricultural transformation through land tenure reform, public and private sector needs and assessed whether different tenure systems require different frameworks to support agricultural transformation. The studies also identified options for country level interventions based on prevailing practices and made recommendations for policy priorities and interventions.

Purpose :

The purpose of the consultancy is to help Regional Member Countries in resolving land issues that will pave the way for agriculture transformation. This will serve as an agenda that will drive the Bank to achieve a 25% increase of secure Tenure in Africa by 2025, as indicated in the Feed Africa Strategy.


Objectives and Scope :

The main objective of the Consultancy is twofold :

  1. To develop the Land Tenure Program, that will harmonize and synchronize recommendations gathered from consultative planning meetings held in eight countries and BTORs towards developing a land tenure programme which will take cognizance of investment projects from the Lending Programme and Indicative Operational Projects (IOP’s). The Land Tenure program will entail :
      •  Indicative cost for the implementation of the Programme ;
      • Implementation arrangements ;
      • Performance indicators that will help the bank implement the Programme and track progress towards achieving the intended results :
      • Identify partnerships and areas of collaboration between the Bank and different stakeholders and partners who are implementing land related Programmes and Projects on the ground ;
      • Identify risks and mitigating actions ;
      1. To develop guidelines for mainstreaming security of tenure and sustainable land management practices in bank operations, where feasible ;
      2. Ex.


Pected deliverables :

  1. A Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme with implementation arrangements, monitoring tools, costs estimates and areas of collaboration with partners and development partners ;
  2. Guidelines, checklists, and key issues to be addressed by task managers during project identification, preparation and appraisal stages, for mainstreaming security of tenure and sustainable land management in developing bank’s projects.


Methodology :

The Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme will be based on a review of existing literature, Land Tenure Study Reports, Back to the Office Reports (BTORs), case studies and example of success and failure to draw lessons from and telephone interviews with key informants, where possible. The consultant will also review the work done by several institutions working in land sector to identify and specify how the Land Tenure Programme will build on this A Technical Committee will oversee the development and quality of the programme document.


Tasks of the Consultant :

The consultant shall perform the following tasks :

  1. Thorough review and analysis of the literature available, Land Tenure Study reports, recommendations from consultative planning meetings and various Land related reports ;
  2. Develop a brief inception report outlining the understanding of the task, issues to be addressed, methodology and sources of information including a draft outline for the Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme and work plan ;
  3. Draft of the Feed Africa Land Tenure Programme to be presented to the Technical Committee ;
  4. Draft the final document by integrating comments and feedback from the Technical Committee ; and
  5. Online Presentation of the final Programme Document to the Technical Committee and the  Department of Agriculture and Agro Industry.


Qualifications and Experience :

The Consultant shall have the following profile :

  1. Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or above) in land governance and policy related disciplines, including land law, land administration, Economics, agricultural economics, agriculture development fields, natural resources management or related fields ;
  2. Knowledge and strong analytical capacity on land related issues (including political, economic, social and cultural dimensions) especially applied to the African context ;
  3. A minimum of ten years progressively responsible experience in a land related field especially developing and implementing land policies and land administration strategies, programs and projects is required.


Language :

Fluency in either English or French (both oral and written) is required.


The Role of the Bank :

The Bank will :

  1. Provide related Reports developed by the Bank ;
  2. Provide a list of people to contact and telephone numbers in respective countries ;
  3. Report formats.


Submission :

Expressions of interest must be received no later than 24 March 2019 at 5pm Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire time to and copy . The submission should include ;

  1. CV/Resume (5 pages max) ;
  2. Proposal (3 pages max).

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