RFP - Procurement of a Vegetables Nursery



Cooperation Without Borders (CWB) for Tailored Development is a Lebanese non-governmental organization initiated in 2017 by a group of activists and experts interested in promoting inclusive and resilient socio-economic development across the country. CWB is recognized by the Ministry of Interior & Municipalities under the official publication number 1168. It believes in participatory approaches and community-based initiatives and adopts the principles of partnerships, targeting, empowerment, gender equality, and innovation. CWB targets vulnerable communities to help them cope with various socio-economic risks and accordingly improve their resilience in a multi-dimensional challenging environment. CWB values every member in the community and works with local actors to develop their skills and services to help in achieving sustainable development.


CWB is currently implementing a Food for Training Project, “Climate-Smart Livelihoods Initiatives and Market Access Tailoring – CLIMAT”, in Northeast Baalbek and West Bekaa in partnership with the Environment and Sustainable Development Unit (ESDU) at the American University of Beirut. The project is funded by the German Cooperation through WFP-Lebanon Country Office.




This food for training (FFT) is a one-year project aiming to sustainably improve the skills, capacities and livelihood opportunities of vulnerable Lebanese and Syrian refugees in Northeast Baalbeck and West Bekaa. The project will build capacities for women and youth, provide agriculture training for individuals and cooperatives including skills building and material support, and create market linkages. Three value chains will be targeted including small ruminant production, alternative and climate-smart agricultural crop production, and agro-food processing. 


The purpose of this RFP is to contract a service provider, having an extensive technical experience in agriculture and greenhouse installment to provide a vegetables nursery.


For more details, kindly chekc the attached RFP.

How to apply

Proposal Submission


The financial and technical proposals shall be presented in separate files, identified as such and submitted via email or as hard copies. Each file must be clearly referenced with the RFP title and number (specified on the cover page of this RFP) in addition to the applicant/bidder’s name.


All proposals must be submitted before the submission deadline (inclusive) specified on the cover page of this RFP. Proposals should be signed, and scanned copies should be submitted to:    


Hard copies, if needed, should be submitted to:

  • Ras Baalbeck, main street, Lakkis Center, First floor
Saturday, 29. Dec 2018
Type of Call
Call for Proposals
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