Request for Quotation (RFQ) for the supply of Consultancy to conduct Value Chain and Market System Analysis in agricultural context, Anbar
1. About GOAL
Established in 1977, GOAL is an international humanitarian and development agency committed to working with communities to achieve sustainable and innovative early response in crises and to assist them to build lasting solutions to mitigate poverty and vulnerability. GOAL has worked in over 60 countries and responded to almost every major humanitarian disaster. We are currently operational in 13 countries globally. For more information on GOAL and its operations please visit https://www.goalglobal.org/.
GOAL has supported conflict-affected populations in Iraq since 2015. Registered in both Baghdad and the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI), our Country Office is in Dohuk, with a sub-office in Mosul. The team implement programmes directly and via local partners. We focus on developing sustainable livelihoods and increasing household and community resilience. Specifically, GOAL aims to support sustainable, inclusive and stabilising change in Iraq by stimulating enterprise growth and agriculture production.
As Iraq moves towards a post-conflict environment, communities are increasingly focused on recovery, reconstruction and rehabilitation alongside building resilience. GOAL supports stabilisation through working with refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities to build sustainable livelihoods and improve food security. With countrywide registration and national partners, GOAL is also well positioned to respond to urgent needs while Iraq remains susceptible to shocks.
The program under which the market and value chain assessment has been planned is an Irish Aid funded project in its first year of running between January 2019 to December 2019.
In January 2019, GOAL started a new project with funding from Irish Aid in Ninawa. A component of the project aims to prepare communities to better survive shock through training on Emergency Preparedness Planning and Disaster Risk Reduction
RFQ published: 08/08/2019
Closing date and time for receipt of quotations: 22/08/2019 00:00 Iraq Time
Contract award forecast: 01/09/2019
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