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Invitation to tender for manufacture of IUDs

11 July 2018 - 17 August 2018

About Yamaan Foundation

Yamaan Foundation for Health and Social Development is a locally owned and operated organization. Established in 2009, Yamaan Foundation aims to increase the provision of health and social services in Yemen through the design and implementation of quality programmes. Yamaan Foundation is supported through technical assistance by Marie Stopes International.

Tender Information

Project Name: Project: Social Marketing III and Reproductive Health IV

Project Number: (BMZ Project No. 2017 6728.4)

IFB No: YF Intrauterine Contraceptive Device 2018

  1. The Yamaan Foundation in Yemen, through the Ministry of Public Health and Population, has received funding from KfW Development Bank for the Marketing of Contraceptives through the Private Sector (Project Component: Social Marketing of Contraceptives). It is intended that part of the proceeds of these funds will be used to procure Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUD).
  2. Accordingly, Yamaan Foundation hereby invites sealed bids from manufacturers of IUDs, or their duly recognised agents for the supply of around 300,000 pieces of IUDs to be delivered to Yemen over a period of 36 months and two shipments.
  3. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and full Instruction to Bidders (ITB) by emailing

Bid announcement for research agency to evaluate provision of safe abortion/post-abortion care through mobile outreach

31 July 2018 - 31 August 2018

Marie Stopes International (MSI) is seeking a research agency to design and implement a study to assess the clinical outcomes of women who access safe abortion and post-abortion care (SA/PAC) through mobile outreach delivered in rural areas, and to understand the client journey and experience of SA/PAC on outreach.

MSI aims to better understand the quality of care provided to women who use SA/PAC in one country programme, including their clinical outcomes, experience of complications and side effects and how these outcomes are managed. MSI also aims to better understand the pathways women take to reach outreach services, how they experience the service, and the profile of outreach clients compared to clients receiving SA/PAC care from other service delivery channels.

Further details about proposed countries for the evaluation can be obtained upon request to Katy Footman, Senior Researcher, at The duration of the assignment will be approximately 1 year, from October 2018 to October 2019. A full ToR can be found below.

Interested individuals/ companies should submit the following documents by 31st August:

  • Short proposal (of no more than 5 pages) addressing the above terms of reference;
  • Proposed budget: a comprehensive budget including all costs and fees in GBP;
  • Capability statement: relevant experience to the assignment, contacts of organizations previously worked for and curriculum vitae of key personnel.

Submissions should be sent by email to Katy Footman, Senior Researcher, and Ella Nwaokolo, Senior Manager, Strategic Programmes,