DAI-RASS Procurement and Contract Officer-Juba

USAID’s four-year (2021-2025) Resilience through Agriculture in South Sudan (RASS) Activity overall purpose is to reduce long-term reliance on humanitarian assistance (HA) by significantly improving food security, community resilience, and household recovery in 13 priority counties. RASS will strengthen capacities to sustain gender-responsive, diversified, and market-sensitive agricultural production; increase availability of, access to, and utilization of diverse, safe, and affordable diets; and expand opportunities for sustainable, locally driven livelihoods, thereby graduating communities from high Integrated Phase Classification (IPC) to lower phases, reducing dependence on humanitarian assistance and transition to inclusive development assistance and economic growth. The RASS Project aims to improve food security and community household recovery and resilience in 13 counties, targeting approximately 20,000 beneficiaries. RASS employs a resilience pathways approach to improve the effectiveness of local systems and strengthen the capacities of community groups to achieve gender-responsive and diversified market-sensitive production; facilitate increased production of diverse nutritious foods by strengthening productivity, reducing food loss, and improving nutrition behaviours; and strengthen and expand household and community opportunities for sustainable, locally driven livelihoods.
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