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Baseline Assessment of UNICEF-WFP Joint Programme “Strengthening Resilience and Social Cohesion in Darfur”

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 City: Khartoum
 Deadline: 02 June 2022

UNICEF Request for EOI:

Title: Baseline Assessment of UNICEF-WFP Joint Programme “Strengthening Resilience and Social Cohesion in Darfur”

EOI: Deadline: 02-Jun-2022 13:00

Dear Sir / Madam,

UNICEF shortly intends to issue a bid for the following activity: Baseline Assessment of UNICEF-WFP Joint Programme “Strengthening Resilience and Social Cohesion in Darfur” in the following localities in

  • North Darfur (El Fasher and Tawila)
  • Central Darfur (Zalingei and Mukjar)
  • South Darfur (Kas and Beleil)

Enclosed within the document find the following list of important documents and Annexes 

  1. Section 1: REOI # 2022-001
  2. PSEA advocacy materials for UNICEF Bidders & Suppliers
  3. UNICEF Payment instruction for Local vendors.
  4. How to register as a supplier on UNGM

We believe that you may be interested in participating in the bid, and therefore request that you review the attached documents and advise us on or before Thursday, 2 June 2022 at 12:00 PM Sudan Local Time whether you would like to be included on the list of invitees. The bid will be open to both national and international firms.

Please note that all corporate entities should registered on the United Nation Global Marketplace website ( before engaging in any activity with UNICEF. In case your film is not registered yet on the UNGM site, you are advised to register and provide the UNGM number within your bid document, guidelines on how you can register as supplier on UNGM is attached in the documents area for your easy reference.

NB. Also please note you may need to familiarize yourself with the PSEA advocacy materials for UNICEF Bidders & Suppliers that published on the Link Tab or the link shared under the document Tab “PSEA Advocacy materials for UNICEF Bidders & Suppliers”.

Bidder’s proposals during the bidding process will be first reviewed to make sure that most of the following documents are duly submitted within their technical proposal in order to be considered for the technical evaluation:

  1. Copy of the Company registration in country of origin or Copy company registration in Sudan “i.e. Certificate of incorporation (must have been in business preferably for a minimum of 2 years)”
  2. Company Profile which should include: Company structure; Company line of business; Number and type of employees; at least three references of major customers/clients, exact company address for the further UNICEF verification visit, etc.
  3. Trade Licenses – (English or Arabis Version) – if applicable
  4. Other Licenses or authorizations issued by the appropriate government authority to operate business in Sudan
  5. Authorized Local Bank account details (i.e. Bank proof can be in format of Bank Letter, First page of Bank of Sudan Statement or Void Check)
  6. The company Audited Financial Statements for the past two financial years
  7. Proof of valid TAX Registration Certificates (Sudanese Registered Companies)
  8. Suppliers must not have the prior record of inappropriate conduct in ethical, social, or environmental issues (corporate responsibility)
  9. Acceptance of UNICEF’s General Terms and Conditions (signed Proposal Form, page 3 of RFP)


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