In 2021, the ICRC launched a project to reduce the sustainable risk of the distributed items distributed. Through this Request for Information (RfI), the ICRC is seeking to identify qualified, reputable and experienced consultancies to carry out the following activities:
1. Identifying all the sustainability risks related to the ICRC’s procurement and agreeing with the right internal stakeholders on the main / most significant risks the ICRC should focus on.
2. Evaluating all the items the ICRC procures in terms of sustainability (social, environmental and economic) risks and identifying the critical items the ICRC should work on.
3. Exploring, together with procurement and assistance teams, and based on external knowledge, solutions to reduce the sustainability risks of the main items, and evaluating the feasibility of these solutions given the contexts in which the ICRC works.
More information is available in the documentation available for download on this page.
RFI closing date: February 6th, 2022 at 12pm (CET)
The sole point of contact for purposes of this RFI is: Carmen Garcia Duro, Sustainable Supply Chain Challenge project manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Source : Icrc