Supervised by:              Sustainable Agriculture Manager

Duration:                      October 2021 – January 2022

Location:                      Home-based


We are WWF, one of the world’s leading nature conservation organisations. We have been working for nearly 60 years and have offices in 100 countries, and started the programme in Myanmar in 2014. In Myanmar, as in the rest of South East Asia, rubber plantations have been a major focus of attention on the agricultural sector. On the one hand side, the increased of demand for natural rubber has raised the price of the commodity making it an attractive industrial crop that can be used to improve farmers’ economies. For that reason, and given the economic pressures of the current political situation, farmers surplus is limited and their capacity to improve their livelihood is reduced. However, WWF Myanmar believes that by improving the capacity of farmers to organize, they will have access to markets that value their engagement with sustainable practices.

Major Functions

The main objective of the consultancy is to support the agriculture team on the creation of the teaching materials associated with best practices of farmer associations in Myanmar with a specific emphasis on rubber associations. Unfortunately, due to the current health and political situation that the country is facing, trainings in the field are not available at the beginning. Therefore, the consultant has to work hand in hand with the communications team to create multimedia content which should include (but not be limited to) video clips, handbooks, audio notes, radio scripts, and infographics. Finally, the content of the training material should be tagged to specific audiences. Hence, depending on its content, the consultant should provide advice regarding the skills required to learn best each module, what are the prerequisites, and who should learn it (e.g., the training can be provided directly to farmers in the field or to community leaders in a way of ToT so that they can later share the knowledge with the community).

Major Responsibilities: Defining the content of the training programme on the strengthening of farmer associations and contribute with communication team on the way in which the training material should be adapted and provided to the targeted population.

The Specific Responsibilities, Outputs & Deliverables are expressed in details at https://www.wwf.org.mm/en/myanmar_career_page/


  • Master’s degree and bachelor title in agriculture management practices related studies with at least 5 years of experience in the strengthening of farmer associations (different combinations of education degrees can be considered based on their field experience).
  • 5-years of experience providing training in innovative approaches to organization development, including curriculum and module development
  • 5 years of experience providing on-site field level training and coaching for trainers (TOT)
  • Fluency in English and experience in writing similar reports and preparing knowledge products.
  • Proven understanding on agriculture organizations in Myanmar.
  • Awareness of the socio-political and economic context of the country.

Closing Date: 15th October 2021 (Friday)

Interested applicants are required to submit their electronic copies of their CV’s highlighting their experience on the field of the consultancy and at least two reference contacts to vacancy.mm@wwf.org.mm and myothet.tin@wwf.org.mm

About WWF-Myanmar

WWF-Greater Mekong – on the ground in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam – is working to conserve the region’s biodiversity and build a secure and sustainable future for people and wildlife. WWF has a long history of engagement in the Greater Mekong. We helped establish conservation programmes in Thailand in the early 1980s, have been active in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam since 1990, and in process to establish a presence in Myanmar. WWF-Greater Mekong works with government, industry and civil society partners to ensure that, as the region develops, it doesn’t squander the natural riches that so many depend on and that drive the region’s economic future. We aim to support the countries of the region in realizing their shared vision of a poverty-free and ecologically-rich Greater Mekong. Find out more at www.wwf.org.mm