Requests for Proposals


We regularly publish opportunities for agencies and companies to provide their goods and services and contribute to various areas of our work, through Requests for Proposals (RFPs). 

GAIN ensures that all procurement activities are carried out in a fair and transparent manner and in compliance with the principles of ethical behaviour and good conduct, by using competitive processes for obtaining goods and services.

In order to be considered for a particular opportunity, you need to fill in the information requested in the RFP form and submit it to the address indicated before the closing date. 

The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) is issuing this Request for Proposal (RFP) and will be the administrative lead organisation for this RFP. 

GAIN through the Regional Initiatives for Sustained Improvements in Nutrition and Growth partnership with UNICEF ESARO will carry out a landscape analysis of the access barriers of complementary feeding involving a comprehensive sub-national analysis from production to markets covering critical foods currently insufficiently consumed by children. In addition, derived from the common recipes in Kenya, GAIN seeks to develop a recipe book of complementary foods with locally available and affordable ingredients that can be used to promote safe and nutritious foods for infants and young children.

This book will present recipes to address main barriers for complementary feeding identified in the landscape analysis, Focus Ethnographic Studies coordinated by GAIN, and in other relevant literature. 

GAIN seeks a consultant to develop this recipe book. 

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GAIN is seeking a Service Provider to support the GAIN’s Adolescent Nutrition resource mobilisation strategy. Some of the tasks include conducting Adolescent Nutrition country-level landscaping assessments in four GAIN countries, recommending a process to ideate and help generate ideas and concepts as well as help articulating GAIN’s positioning in Adolescent Nutrition per country. The project will start in May 2020 and will end at the latest by July 2020. This assignment will be 25- 30 days.

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GAIN seeks to undertake a global systematic review to understand how food safety has been communicated to consumers. The review must meet the following objectives:

  1. Identify interventions that have aimed to change consumer attitudes, beliefs, perceptions on food safety in various contexts (e.g. markets, restaurants, home, canteens). 
    • Describe and characterise any interventions (i.e. by creating a typology of interventions)
  2. Characterise and define the domain of ‘food safety’ as examined in the studies. 
  3. Describe any theories to explain consumer behaviour and food safety, as examined in the studies.  

This review will be a key input into the identifying key consumer-facing communication strategies to be tested in the next phase of the project. 

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