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Tender Title: VCA - "Value chain analysis" Consultancy in Iraq.
Tender No: IRAQ-RFQ-171-2021
Location: Iraq
Tender Package Available from: 2021-08-22
Deadline for Offer Submission: 2021-09-04 at 23:59 (Iraqi Time)



Dear bidder,

Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) welcomes you to the tender notification of IRAQ-RFQ-171-2021 Projects: VCA - "Value chain analysis" Consultancy in Iraq.

NRC is an independent, humanitarian, non-profit, non-governmental organisation, which provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide. NRC promotes and protects the rights of people who have been forced to flee their countries, or their homes within their countries. It is the only Norwegian organisation that specializes in international efforts aimed at this target group.

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) in Iraq is implementing a KfW-funded project, Activating Market and Agricultural Livelihoods (AMAL), which aims to restore agricultural productive capacity and build resilience among conflict-affected communities in target locations through agricultural value chain development and market growth. The project targets communities who are facing challenges in re-establishing agricultural production due to a number of challenges including damaged production infrastructure, loss of equipment and limited capacity to source production inputs.

NRC Iraq is soliciting bids from companies for the value chain consultancy project in Salahadin and Anbar governorates,

If your company is interested in participating in the tender it requires online registration in the web-based eSourcing system. It is free to register as a user in the system, and once the company is created, you will obtain access to all of the originator's current and future open procedure notifications implemented through the system.

After registration, you get access to the tender package. For registration instructions, please refer to the attached: ‘Supplier Bid Guide’.

https://norwegianrefugeecouncil-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/personal/zhala_jaff_nrc_no/Eatm8G3c1XlIuMBe-xdjSVMBvs0fYHnadBzz11-PL5_BLQ? e=EkuSXH


Follow the below instructions when you want to participate in one of NRC’s tender procedures:


Log into the system (https://eu.eu-supply.com/login.asp?B=NRC), read the access conditions, and click Accept. Be aware that when you click accept, you have not submitted a bid response, but have just accepted that you have been given access to the tender package.

By accepting, you will get access to all the relevant material and you will be able to download them.

Please note that the response must be done before the deadline 4th September 2021, 23:59 through the eSourcing system. It will not be possible to submit tenders after the deadline or outside the eSourcing system.


The bidding process is "Open Bidding – 2 Envelopes". The bid responses will be received in 2 envelopes (1 technical and 1 commercial) and evaluation will be done accordingly.

For participation in the tender, bidders should submit their technical and commercial proposals separately, by including all the relevant and necessary documents, which indicated in RFQ,

Only suppliers who provide complete offers in 2 envelopes (Envelope 1 – Technical Documents) and (Envelope 2 – Quotation/ Financial Documents) will be evaluated.


NRC reserves the right to accept the whole or part of supplier's bid.

NRC may, at its discretion, extend the deadline for submission of the bids, by notifying prospective suppliers in writing through the eSourcing system.

NRC is not bound to select any of the suppliers who submitted bids and does not bind itself to select lowest price offer. The Contract will be rewarded to the supplier considered most responsive to the needs and most conforming to NRC general principles, including economy, efficiency and best value for money.


All correspondence between potential bidders and NRC is through eSourcing.

Please note that both the NRC’s and the bidder's actions are logged in the system for audit purposes.
For technical questions about the system, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

NRC IQ Procurement Department

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