ITOCA is a leader in providing project consultancy in the area of developmental work. With four regional locations in Africa and multiple project offices positioned as required, ITOCA can effectively support your project needs. ITOCA’s project portfolio encompasses project evaluation, field analysis for grants, needs assessments, skills development, development of modules, projects assessment and grant proposal writing. ITOCA’s proven service record of accomplishments extends beyond Africa for providing exceptional quality, innovation and professional integrity in its project consultancy. We have a dynamic team of project managers, trainers, facilitators, moderators and IT technical staff. We strive to deliver exceptionally!
This consultancy worked with selected youth from four African countries (South Africa, Namibia, Liberia, Tunisia) with the aim to achieve the following objectives: i) Delivery of the blended learning program “Creating an enabling environment for responsible investment in agriculture and food systems in Liberia and Sierra Leone supported; ii) Awareness-raising and outreach strategy about key achievements of the project; iii) Awareness-raising, knowledge-sharing and resource mobilization event organized in four selected countries and iv) Report with main conclusions and potential follow-up activities. Project evaluation entailed selected case studies designed by the youth as part of the mentoring activities delivered over one month after the Blended learning program (BLP).
ITOCA in collaboration with Cornell University’s Mann Library (USA) received an award from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to incorporate the use of scientific agricultural information by faculty and students in agricultural colleges and universities in two sub-Saharan African and two Southeast Asian countries in order to promote curriculum enhancement, improved research and extension quality, and short- and long-term agricultural development (2013-2017). The original 3-year grant was extended by six months to December 2017. The purpose of the OpenTEEAL project was to improve the effectiveness of agricultural research, extension, policy and education through enhanced access to and effective use of the international and local agricultural knowledge-base. By adding open access content to the existing journal content in TEEAL, particularly the output of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the project aimed to expand the available agricultural knowledge-base, particularly in institutions that do not have robust access to the Internet.