In order to develop spirulina production and distribution programmes in more countries, we look for skilled people to carry our projects through. Preparing the project launch implies three steps: first, we define the specifications of the project, then a feasibility study is undertaken and finally, the project scope is defined.
- You have international corporate experience and knowledge of a country or region, where children’s malnutrition is a real problem. You will be expected to travel to the field in order to be able to validate the feasibility of a project.
- You will identify a potential local partner.
- You will identify funding opportunities, including local funding options.
- You will network and carry out promotion, lobbying, as well as advocacy actions aimed at the project’s stakeholders: local authorities, associations and health and nutrition centres in order to validate the effective implementation of the project’s social purpose (which is the project’s objective).
- You will conduct an analysis of the local commercial market to ensure sufficient commercial distribution, which is the key to achieving a sustainable economic balance for the spirulina farm and thus, a successful project.
- You will supervise the implementation of the project (construction, operations and social and commercial distribution)