Supply chains

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


Concern Modern Slavery Statement


Current tender opportunities

Tender for the Final Evaluation of Concern’s Irish Aid Programme Grant and Humanitarian Programme Fund

Concern is requesting the services of a highly experienced consultant or team of consultants to conduct an external evaluation of its Irish Aid programmes, namely the Irish Aid Programme Grant II (IAPG II 2017 – 2021) and the Humanitarian Programme Plan (HPP 2019 – 2021).

These flagship programmes are implemented across 20 countries. The evaluation will assess the overall impact of the two programmes, the extent to which they achieved their stated objectives, the appropriateness of the current level of linkages between the two and provide recommendations for future programming.

  • Tender Ref: CWW/2019/IAPG&HPP
  • Deadline Date: 31st of March, 23.59 GMT

DEADLINE EXTENSION: Somali Cash Consortium - Tender for a Learning Partner for shock responsive cash transfer safety net pilot

The Somali Cash Consortium is led by Concern Worldwide, its members include ACTED, Danish Refugee Council, Norwegian Refugee Council, Save the Children, COOPI and IMPACT Initiatives and is significantly funded by the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO). The Consortium, through NGOs, supported by EU humanitarian aid and other institutional donors, provides life-saving multi-purpose cash to vulnerable Somali communities, exclusively through mobile-money transfers.

The Cash Consortium in collaboration with the Donor Working Group Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) and in partnership with Government authorities, Save the Children (SCI), the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Building Resilient Communities in Somalia (BRCiS) consortium is tasked to undertake a shock responsive cash transfer safety net pilot.

The Cash Consortium seeks a learning partner for this safety net pilot.  There will be a focus on: Learning on process and protocols; Communication & accountability and trigger analysis and coordination mechanism.

  • Tender Reference: Concern_SCC_SRCT_2020
  • Deadline Date EXTENSION: Wednesday 18th March 23.59 GMT

Call for expressions of interest for (Lot 1) Cash distributions including other cash payments, and (Lot 2) Electronic cash transfers for 12 months in Niger

Concern Worldwide Niger is inviting reputable and reliable service providers (Microfinance Institutions, Mobile phone companies, Banks, etc.) to submit bids for framework agreement(s) for the provision cash distribution, cash payments and electronic cash transfers services to beneficiaries in Niger for 12 months (with possible extension to 18 months).  The bids can be submitted either in hard copies or by email at the addresses provided in the instructions to tenderers.

  • Tender Reference: N°001/032020/Cash Distribution
  • Deadline Date: 8th April 2020 at 5.30 pm

Tender Dossier|PDF(965 KB)


Annexe 4|ZIP(2 MB)

International tender request for Provision, Delivery and Installation of Vertical and Horizontal Water Pumps and Electrical Transformers in the interest of establishing Framework Agreements (Iraq / Syria)

Concern Worldwide is an Irish International NGO working in the world’s poorest countries. Concern Worldwide Iraq intends to contract for Provision, Delivery and Installation of Vertical and Horizontal Water Pumps and Electrical Transformers in the interest of establishing Framework Agreements for a minimum duration of one year – for all North East Syria locations.  The tender dossier will be conducted using Concern Worldwide standard bidding documents, open to all qualified service providers. The tender dossier can be found attached below.

  • Tender Reference:  CW/SY/1004/1007/0220/WASH
  • Deadline Date: April 7th at 16.00 Iraq time

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

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