Aid & International Development Forum is going to organise a webinar about procurement trends and advice in Southeast Asia. Representatives of private sector companies currently supplying humanitarian and development programmes, or who are interesting in getting involved can join this unique webinar. Besides, procurement professionals at NGOs, UN agencies, donor and government agencies are also welcome to join in this online event.
Aid & International Development Forum’s Head of Marketing Alina O’Keeffe said to NGO News, I think it might be useful to many professionals working in the aid and development sector in the region. I strongly believe Procurement Advice for Southeast Asia’s Aid & Development Sector is an important event.
Procurement Trends in Southeast Asia’s Aid and Development Sector
Date and Time
Wed, Apr 26, 2017 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM BST
Join our live webinar on ‘Procurement Trends in Southeast Asia’s Aid and Development Sector’ taking place on 26th April 2017 at 9:30 GMT BST / 15:00 MMT / 15:30 ICT
The webinar is aimed at private sector companies looking to supply humanitarian aid and development programmes and doing business with UN, bilateral and government agencies in Southeast Asia.
It will provide an update and refresher on the tender process, vendor registration and evaluation criteria.
Key procurement divisions in the international aid and development sector will offer first-hand insights and guidance. Plus there will be an opportunity to submit questions.
• Peter Batchelor, Country Director, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
• Niiara Abliamitova, Chief Procurement officer, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP)
Who should attend?
– Representatives of private sector companies currently supplying humanitarian and development programmes, or who are interesting in getting involved
– Procurement professionals at NGOs, UN agencies, donor and government agencies
• Update on UN procurement
• Eprocurement, tendering process, criteria
• Procurement trends and business opportunities in Southeast Asia
• Good Practice in Sustainable Procurement
• Addressing Common Contracting and Compliance Pitfalls