Since 2003, GAIN has been investing in efforts to improve nutrition and diets for the world’s most vulnerable populations by shaping supply chains to deliver nutritious food. GAIN’s Programs on Supply Chains for Nutritious Foods work along food supply chains to improve the accessibility, desirability, and quality of foods by working with products, processes, and people. GAIN works with companies and regulators to improve the value propositions and nutrition potential of specific products
GAIN would like to generate information that will facilitate the design of effective supply chain programs to improve access to safe and nutritious foods. The aim of the assessment is to (i) assess and learn from the current portfolio of GAIN’s supply chain programs and (ii) identify new or improved strategies to leverage supply chain systems to meet better nutrition outcomes. To address these needs, we are seeking applications for a comprehensive assessment of GAIN’s supply chain programming, which provide technical and financial support to private sector actors through various platforms in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Indonesia. A detailed description of the scope or work and programs is available in the RFP below.
Applicants are invited to submit a concept note by April 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org