Procurement

How does UNDP do business

The procurement function includes all actions necessary for the acquisition, by purchase or lease, of goods, works and/or services.

  • Procurement for development projects is by its nature complex and particularly so in a land-locked country like Rwanda where deliveries are often of an urgent and crucial nature. Wherever UNDP procurement is being undertaken however, the following principles apply:Products need to be carefully specified to ensure quality and fitness of purpose whilst ensuring value for money through competitive bidding and supplier neutrality.
  • Service requirements need careful analysis with timely and exhaustive sourcing of qualified firms or consultants to meet programme goals while ensuring transparency and best value for money.

A staff of experienced procurement specialists based at UNDP's Country Office in Kigali work to provide full procurement support.

For suppliers,consultants and providers of services

In line with the delivery of support services to development projects, UNDP procurement unit is regularly undertaking local and international contracting of consultants in various fields of expertise, as well as selection of suppliers of goods/equipment, among others.

Individual and corporate consultants, suppliers of goods/equipment and all other providers of services in various fields, whether private or non-government, who are interested to participate in UNDP Rwanda's activities may apply for business opportunities posted in the Procurement Notice.

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Procurement analyst
Eugene Ruhinguka +250-252590482
eugene.ruhinguka@undp.org
General terms and conditions
  • UNDP General conditions for purchase order English
  • General terms and conditions for goods English
  • General conditions of contract for professional services English
  • General conditions of contract for civil works English
  • Supplier code of conduct English
Related documents
  • List of contract awards 2007-2011 English