Smallholder Agribusiness Partnerships (SAPP) Programme is a project implemented under the Ministry of Mahaweli, Agriculture, Irrigation & Rural
Development jointly funded by the Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) with
programme cost of US$ 105 Million. SAPP is designed to contribute to Sri Lanka’s smallholders’ poverty reduction and competitiveness. It mainly
focuses on the development of 4P (Public, Private, Producer Partnerships) value chain projects in collaboration with private sector promoter
companies and farmers/Farmer Organizations to develop production and marketing system with commercial orientation while increasing the income
of rural communities for sustainable rural development. The programme is implemented island wide.
The applications are invited from the citizens of Sri Lanka with the below mentioned qualifications to fill the following positions of the Programme
Management Unit of the Programme.