Supply chain

We use standard supply chain management procedures for the distribution of all goods and services to support our work.

We try to innovate, collaborate and share resources with partner organisations to maintain supply chains that are efficient and economical. The sourcing of material, aid, and goods is carried out following standard processes that are as fair and transparent as possible.

Concern has established procurement policies and a code of conduct that its suppliers must adhere to at all times. Contracted suppliers have an obligation to accept our purchasing terms and conditions.

Codes and policies


Concern Procurement Terms and Conditions


Our Procurement Terms and Conditions provides clear guidance on what we expect from our suppliers.


Concern Purchasing Policy


Current tender opportunities

Tender for the development of a database system in Malawi

Concern Worldwide is the lead agency in the Promoting Sustainable Partnerships for Empowered Resilience (PROSPER) INGO consortium. Concern Worldwide Malawi invites the submission of proposals of development of a database system.

  • Tender Ref: CWM/2019/BRA/002
  • Deadline: 12th August, 23.59 local time

Tender for drip irrigation kits in Lebanon

Concern Worldwide Lebanon intends to purchase and install drip irrigation kits, and invites bids from registered professional firms and companies in Lebanon. Concern will sign a 12 month framework agreement with the selected contractor.

  • Tender ref: JUL-19-19
  • Deadline: 22 August 2019 at 12.00, local time.

Note: Tenders for Pakistan are not featured on this page. Please check here for Pakistani tenders.

Our impact in 2018

11.5 M

people reached through our emergency response

17.6 M

people reached through our health interventions

12.4 M

people reached through our long term development programmes

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  • A shocking 90% of people in Liberia have limited access to safe water

  • We’re repairing and building wells to bring clean water to more people

  • The need is huge and we need your help to reach more communities

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