10 Aug 2017

TearFund - Supply and Delivery of Summer Clothing - Dohuk, Nineveh and Kirkuk

Tearfund is a Relief and Development charity. Our operational teams are based in several countries including Iraq, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan. Summer clothing is to be distributed to beneficiaries by means of voucher markets.

In line with donor compliance guidelines, Tearfund will give preference to the sourcing of commodities and nationality of suppliers conforming to USAID GeoCode 937 (the United States, the recipient country, (Iraq for this tender) and developing countries other than advanced developing countries, but excluding any country that is a prohibited source.  

For more information on source of commodities and nationality of suppliers please refer to ADS Chapter

310, page 5 by clicking on the following link:


For a list of advanced developing countries please refer to:


Tearfund is seeking a supplier for summer clothing (voucher market modality) for a 12-month framework agreement for distributions in Dohuk, Nineveh and Kirkuk Governorates, Republic of Iraq.

Given that clothing distributions are directly linked to humanitarian response needs and project funding, no guarantees can be given about the level of spend likely to follow from this tender.

Deadline for submission: Tuesday 24th August 2017 by 17:00 (GMT +1)

Tender reference number: TF-IRQ-FWA-2017-004

Office address for submission: 

Tearfund Iraq Response - Reference: “Supply and Delivery of Summer Clothing (Voucher Market Modality)”

Headquarters:  100 Church Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 8QE, UK

Erbil:  Country Office – English Village, Villa #157, KRI

Dohuk:  Malta Quarter, behind Akre Restaurant, KRI

Kirkuk:  Rahimawa (call +964.773.099.1040 for more details), Iraq

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Further tender information and submission details included in invitation document.

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