Q-1665 – Malawi – procurement of Stationery

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Self Help Africa is an international NGO dedicated to the vision of an economically thriving and resilient rural Africa. We have 50 years of experience working with smallholder farmers, farmer associations, cooperatives and agribusinesses across Africa to help farmers grow and sell more food, improve diets, diversify incomes and make their livelihoods more sustainable and resilient to external shocks.

Self Help Africa is the lead agency in the BETTER Programme and is implementing it in collaboration with Action Aid, Evangelical Association of Malawi & Plan International, with funding from the European Union. BETTER is a five-year programme that aims at increasing the resilience, food, and nutrition and income security of 402,000 smallholder farmers in 10 districts of Malawi.

BETTER is part of the KULIMA (Kutukula Ulimi m’Malawi) Programme.  Self Help Africa invites prospective suppliers to submit tenders for supply of Office Stationery for Self Help Africa in support of Farmer Field Schools (FFS) in 4 district namely Chitipa, Karonga, Thyolo & Mulanje.  The technical parameters must meet or exceed minimum specification requirements outlined.


Click here to download the following documents:

1. ITT Q-1665 Procurement of Stationary

  1. Appendix 01 Summary of Stationery (incl Appendix 1.A and 1.B.)
  1. Appendix 2 Financial Offer

2. Stationery Advert

3. Terms and Conditions Supplies

4. SHA Child Protection Policy

4. Anti-Fraud and Anti- Corruption Policy

4. Conflict of Interest

4. SHA Code of Conduct


Submissions must be received by 29th November, 2021. Please send bids to [email protected]

Please read the ITT document for all other details, including how to submit queries and the deadline for clarifications.


Self Help Africa does not ask for money for bids. If approached for money or other favours, of if you have any suspicions of attempted fraud, bribery or corruption please report immediately at selfhelpafrica.ethicspoint.com  or call (503) 495-9880. Please provide as much detail as possible with any reports