Procurement & Consultancy

Oxfam in its fight against poverty and suffering works with suppliers and service providers considering them as Oxfam partners given the interdependent relationship between Oxfam and its suppliers/service providers.

Suppliers and service providers are individuals (suppliers, consultants, freelancers, etc.), firms or companies that provide Oxfam with goods, services or works partnering with Oxfam to save lives, help overcome poverty and suffering, fight social injustice, and; to work towards having a just world without poverty. It is important for us that all people connected to our work is keeping with the organization’s beliefs, values, and aims.

Oxfam focuses its activities on providing a comprehensive humanitarian response to poverty, working cohesively in the four areas that constitute its identity: development cooperation, humanitarian action, fair trade, social mobilization, campaigns, and education for global citizenship. 

 

Consultancy

PROVISION OF SECURITY GUARDING SERVICES TO OXFAM

This information and proposals from qualified Security Guard Services suppliers capable of meeting Oxfam in Nigeria needs, for its various locations in Abuja, Bauchi, and Taraba States. Oxfam desires to enhance service efficiency and minimize costs and risk, while at the same time providing the Supplier with the incentive to successfully perform based upon pricing. The contract period will be one year with the option to renew for additional one-year subject to satisfactory and professional performance.

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Interested and qualified consultants/firms are expected to submit their expression of interest (technical and financial proposal) to NGA.Bid@oxfam.orgby 19 August 2022 at 5 pm.

All bids should be sent electronically via email to nga.bid@oxfam.org 
The subject of the mail should be (RFQ Provision Of Security Guarding Services To Oxfam) failure to do so, the bid would be disqualified.

 

ADVOCACY & MEDIA STRATEGY FACILITATION FOR THE WORK IN PROGRESS ALLIANCE (#BEINGYOUNGINNAIJA PHASE 3)

The #BeingYounginNaija campaign, which ran from August 2021 to March 2022, was implemented by Chioma Chuka Consulting Services Limited (CCCSL). Building on milestones recorded, lessons learned, and recommendations gleaned from the second phase of the campaign, a third phase is required to consolidate impact. This third phase will seek to achieve more strategic collaborations with government stakeholders, broader media engagement, and grassroots outreaches to upscale the project’s activities for increased sustainability.

This new phase will sustain conversations that have begun both online and offline. It will also expand platforms to empower more young Nigerians to contribute to the main objectives of the #BeingYounginNaija campaign, including:

For the RFQ click here

Interested and qualified consultants/firms are expected to submit their expression of interest (technical and financial proposal) to NGA.Bid@oxfam.orgby 19 August 2022 at 5 pm.

All bids should be sent electronically via email to nga.bid@oxfam.org 
The subject of the mail should be (RFQ Advocacy & Media Strategy Facilitation For The Work In Progress Alliance ) failure to do so, the bid would be disqualified.