Procurement

UN Women purchases goods and services from suppliers in an efficient, fair and transparent manner to support the organization’s mandate: to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women worldwide. It also provides tools for others to achieve socioeconomic objectives through practicing and encouraging gender-responsive procurement.

Call for Proposals 

  • CFP - Assessment of Advocacy Initiatives and Tools for Changing Gender Discriminatory Social Norms and Attitudes, under the Programme “Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” (Deadline: 15 April 2017)
  • CFP - Better access to and improved service provision for women and girls subject to violence against women in Turkey, under the Programme “Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” (Deadline: 15 April 2017)
  • CFP - Follow-up by CSOs networks/ platforms to the implementation of Istanbul Convention and CEDAW Concluding Observations on the Seventh Periodic Report of Turkey, under the Programme “Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” (Deadline: 15 April 2017)
  • CFP - Establishment of Regional Expert Working Group on Intersectional and Multiple Forms of Discrimination in the context of violence against women in six Western Balkans and Turkey - under the Programme “Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds” (Deadline: 15 April 2017)
  • Current solicitations 

     

    Contract awards: 201620152014 | 2013

    UN contractors’ duty of care

    UN contractors are reminded to ensure that their employees on the ground in the Republic of Liberia, the Republic of Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea and the Republic of Mali follow the World Health Organization and applicable host country protocols on, inter alia, how to avoid contracting the Ebola virus disease, what to do in case of potential exposure to the Ebola virus disease, travel-related requirements, etc. UN contractors are also reminded of their duty of care towards their employees.