The African Union’s Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) is a specialized Technical Office of the Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture of the African Union Commission. Its mandate is to support and coordinate the sustainable development and utilization of animal resources (livestock, fisheries, and wildlife) to enhance nutrition and food security and contribute to the wellbeing and prosperity of the people in the Member States of the African Union (AU). AU-IBAR accomplishes its mandate through supporting and empowering the AU Member States, the Regional Economic Communities (RECs), and other stakeholders in the livestock sector.
There are several consultancy opportunities now open at AU-IBAR and these include the following;
- Study the Status of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for Animal Health Services Providers and Propose Guidelines for CPDs
- Consultancy Services to Strengthen Development of the West Africa Regional Poultry Value Chain
- Piloting Enhanced Production of Marketable Animals with Package of Interventions and Facilitate Contracting Producers with Exporters of Meat and Live Animals in Kenya and Ethiopia
- Selection of Organizations/Consultancy Firms for AU-IBAR’s Database to Provide Training Services on Inclusive Agribusiness Development and Management for Livestock, Fisheries and Aquaculture
- The Dairy Livestock Value Chain in North Africa, Status and Perspectives within the scope of LiDeSA
- The Poultry-Egg Value Chain in Central Africa, Status and Perspectives within the scope of LiDeSA