Four ways to win NGO tenders in Kenya

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) tenders in Kenya 2024 requires a comprehensive and well-prepared bid. Here are some tips to help increase your chances of success:

  1. Read and understand the tender requirements:

Carefully review the tender document and make sure you understand all of the requirements, including the scope of work, delivery timelines, and eligibility criteria.

  1. Research the organization:

Familiarize yourself with the NGO issuing the tender, their values, and their past projects. This information can help you tailor your bid to meet their specific needs.

  1. Prepare a detailed proposal:

Your proposal should clearly outline your qualifications, experience, and approach to completing the project. Be sure to address all of the requirements in the tender document and highlight any relevant experience or projects you have completed in the past.

  1. Cost calculation:

Provide a detailed and accurate cost estimate for the project, taking into account all materials, labor, and overhead costs. Your cost estimate should be competitive, but not too

Remember that the availability of information on NGO tenders may vary, and the specific steps you take will depend on the sectors or types of projects you are interested in. Additionally, many NGOs publish their tenders on their official websites while some NGOs may use online platforms or databases to announce and manage their tenders. Check the procurement or tendering section of the websites of NGOs you are interested in. 



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