RFP 2055-XX: Supply Chain Assessment

Dear Potential Bidder,

Nutrition International (NI) (formerly known as the Micronutrient Initiative), a renowned International Development organization based out in Ottawa, Canada, has a commitment to eradicate global ‘hidden hunger’ by implementing interventions that focus on women and children in developing countries. It aims to generate innovative and sustainable solutions to reduce vitamin and mineral deficiencies among women, newborns, and children. It builds on robust evidence-based research and evaluation in order to demonstrate excellent return on investment of scaling-up highly cost-effective micronutrient interventions. NI aspires to be a global center of excellence in technical and programmatic support in this field.

To support the Government of Indonesia’s (GoI) ambition to reduce stunting, NI jointly by Save the Children (SC) will be implementing the Better Investment for Stunting Alleviation (­BISA) program. BISA program is an integrated nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive program for assisting the GoI to realise the goal of National Strategy to Accelerate Stunting Prevention (2018-2024). BISA targets two Provinces – West Java (WJ) and Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT). 

Some specific areas where BISA will intervene are in supply chain management, ensuring that local facilities have the necessary supplies to meet demand of their catchment areas; use of data, including data-based decision-making and quality reporting; and counselling skills, to ensure that caregivers, adolescents, and children benefit from an informative, interactive session with their health worker. By building skills in these areas, the quality of services provided will improve.

In view of the above, Save and NI are contracting a consultant/agency to conduct an assessment of facility supply chain bottlenecks and develop improvement plans for the supply mechanism and management of nutrition commodities (IFA supplement, Vitamin A capsules, Zinc and ORS) in the two targeted provinces of the BISA project.

Kindly find detail RFP along with TOR and Budget Template in the link as follows:



The submission deadline for proposals is Sunday, 22 March 2020 by 11:00 HRS. West Indonesia Time Standard Time.

The Technical and Financial Proposal in two separate files put into a covering email specifically indicating the subject line “Assessment of facility supply chain bottlenecks and development of improvement plans for the supply chain mechanism and management of nutrition commodities (IFA & WIFA supplements, Vitamin A capsules, Zinc and ORS) in the selected province of Indonesia” and should be sent by email to: proposalsindonesia@nutritionintl.org


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