The FAO Representation in South Sudan is organized around three main units: Programme, Operations and Administration. The current portfolio of projects in South Sudan includes activities related to Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Natural Resource Management and works in all the 10 states. One of FAO South Sudan’s Country Programme Framework Strategy (CPF) outcome is to promote agriculture-based economic growth and incomes increased. This is by engaging in selected commodity enterprises sectors that have potential generate increased income and increased average per capita agriculture based income for the stakeholders.
The FAO Market and Trade department in South Sudan works around three pillars of;
(i) Establishing, promoting and monitoring viable and efficient commodity markets
(ii) Promoting trade policy and stakeholder partnerships or commodities
(iii) Building inclusive and responsible value chains while addressing challenges and constraints while aligned to emerging global trends.
- Minimum Requirements
- • University Degree preferably in Agribusiness, Business Administration Rural Development or related field with a minimum of five years relevant experience
- • A minimum of five years of relevant experience in Agribusiness, market and trade development.
- • A South Sudanese National
- • Working knowledge of English and limited knowledge of Arabic is an added advantage.