Malteser International_RFQ_JUB_2023-0060 for supply of fuel for 1-year framework agreement in Juba

Nermin Silajdzic

Malteser International is the international humanitarian relief agency of the Sovereign Order of Malta. For over 60 years we provide relief and recovery for people during and following conflicts and disasters around the world. Christian values and humanitarian principles form the foundations of our work. In over 30 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East, we support people in need – regardless of their religion, origin or political convictions.

Malteser International has been working in the geographic area of today’s South Sudan since 1996. MI implements a multi-sectoral program including Food & Nutrition Security, Livelihoods, WASH, health and peaceful conflict resolution. This includes activities such as agricultural trainings, cash distributions, food for education and access to water, sanitation and hygiene. The program is aiming to increase its work with local partner organisations in order to optimise its sustainability. Furthermore, MI applies a participatory, gender sensitive and inclusive approach in its programming. As of today, MI maintains its country office in Juba while operating a program office in Wau and project offices in Uyujuku and Yei.

Request for Quotations RFQ_JUB_2023_0060 for delivery of diesel and petrol for Malteser International vehicles and motorbikes at a supplier petrol station in Tong Ping and around in Juba for 1-year Framework Agreement and to have deposit of 5,000 litres of diesel and 500 of petrol at the petrol station in case of fuel crisis

Deadline: On 24 March 2023 at or before 12pm

Quotations submission

We look forward to receiving your quotations via E-mail to**:** [email protected] on 24 March 2023 at or before 12pm

Quotation clarifications

Send an email to the Country Logistics and Security Coordinator at: [email protected]
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