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

CONCERN MALAWI: Call to Tender for supply contract for supply of watershed materials, farm inputs and solar powered radios & accessories

Concern Worldwide, intends to award a supply contract for supply of watershed materials, farm inputs and solar powered radios & accessories in Malawi with financial assistance from the Irish Aid, Harambee and Zurich Flood Resilience under an invitation to tender.  The tender dossier can be requested by sending an email to or from Concern’s Lilongwe office in Area 3, Mtunthama Drive, Plot 227.  Bids must be submitted in hard copies at the Concern Lilongwe office.

  • Tender Reference: CWM/2022/RA/ZUR/09
  • Deadline Date: Friday, 7th October 2022, at 10.00am CAT (GMT+2)

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

Our impact in 2021

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17.8 M

people reached through our emergency response

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11.4 M

people reached through our health interventions

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5.2 M

people reached through our livelihoods programmes

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Horn of Africa Emergency Appeal

  • Millions of people ib the brink of starvation

  • Estimated that a person is dying of hunger every 48 seconds across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia

  • 5.7 million children are facing starvation

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