Finn Church Aid (FCA) is professional, non-profit, non-political neutral humanitarian organization with Head office in Helsinki, Finland. FCA`s work is based on international law and the code of conduct of the international Red Cross and Red Crescent movement and Non-Governmental organization(NGOs) in Disaster Relief. Finn Church Aid is the largest Finnish provider of development cooperation and second largest provider of emergency assistance, and a member of ACT Alliance, a network of church affiliated aid organisations. Finn Church Aid operates where the conditions for life are poorest and works for human dignity and international justice.
In South Sudan, FCA operates in Central Equatorial State, Lakes State and Jonglei State. FCA specializes in supporting local communities in three thematic and priority areas i.e. Right to Education (Education in Emergency (EiE), Right to Livelihood and Right to Peace (Peacebuilding).
FCA is launching “Tenders and Quotations “– sealed bids” and invites reputable and potential suppliers
Fin Church Aid South Sudan (FCA) is launching a “Local Open Tenders and Request for Quotations– sealed bids” for the supply of Tailoring materials, hairdressing materials and Catering and Bakery items for its Right to Education Programme and Electronics for its Peacebuilding programme in South Sudan.
Tenderers with questions regarding these tenders and RFS must be sent in writing and only by email to [email protected] clearly indicating the tender and RFQ number as the subject.
Therefore, FCA invites reputable and potential suppliers to supply to bid for these items as per the below documents attached.
Deadline for “Tender” is 1st October 2020
Deadline for Request for Quotations is 29th September 2020
Request for bids_Tailoring Materials_10th September 2020_Tender No. 007.pdf (515.0 KB) Request for bids_Electronics_10th September 2020_Tender No. 008.pdf (642.6 KB) Request for Quotations - Hairdressing Materials - 14092020 RFQ No.132.pdf (476.9 KB) Request for Quotations- Catering and Bakery Items - 14092020 RFQ No.133.pdf (463.8 KB)