About Rene Moawad Foundation (RMF) 

The Rene Moawad Foundation (RMF) was established in 1991 with the Mission of Promoting social, economic and rural development in Lebanon and the MENA region and contributing in building a responsible civil society that promotes democratic values, justice, pluralism and moderation. RMF works in 5 core areas including Livelihood and Economic Growth, Decentralization and Governance, Health and Social Safety Net, Education and Protection and Agriculture. 

About “SADDER” 

SADDER - Sustainable Agricultural Development to Diversify and Export Regionally (2023-2027) is a project funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and implemented by the Rene Moawad Foundation (RMF). 

"SADDER" will incorporate enhanced methodologies and best practices. It will aim to support Lebanon's economy through the agriculture sector by assisting stakeholders within the selected value chains, Table Grapes, Avocados, Cherries, and Apples, in meeting both local and export market requirements, ultimately leading to increased income, self-sustainability of various agricultural sectors, as well as job creation and retention. 

Purpose of the Tender

The purpose of this Tender is to solicit competitive offers for Bio-Inputs and Pest Traps in order to control pests and diseases for Apples, Cherries and Table Grapes.

The goods required by RMF are described in the Annex:

BOQ _ FINANCIAL PROPOSAL_ SADRPM014-015_ Provision of Inputs and Pest Traps

RMF reserves the right to negotiate, accept or reject any or all proposals and quotations at its sole discretion and to pursue or act further on any responses it considers advantageous. RMF does not bind itself to accept the lowest prices or any proposal. All proposals will be irrevocable after the tender's closing date.

Eligibility, Participation, and subcontracting

Participation in tendering is open on equal terms to any natural and legal persons or company provided the bidder is registered as a Corporation in Lebanon or with Legal Representation in Lebanon. Tenders should take into consideration DDP incoterm deliveries in Lebanon.


Offers, all correspondence and documents related to the tender exchanged by the bidder and the RMF must be written in English.

Supporting documents and printed literature that the bidder provides may be in another language, provided they are accompanied by an accurate translation into English.

For the purposes of interpretation of the tender, the version in English will prevail.

Offer Validity

Bidders are bound by their tenders for a period of a minimum of ninety (60) days after the deadline for submitting tenders. In exceptional cases, before the period of validity expires, RMF may ask bidders to extend the period for a specific number of days, which may not exceed sixty (30) days.

Scope of Works

The awarded supplier should supply the goods in the timing requested while maintaining the provision of the same quality of items based on the datasheets approved.

For more information, kindly referto the attached RFQ and BOQ files.

How to apply

Bidders should send their Technical and Financial offers to [email protected] and [email protected] and mention in the email subject the Call Title: PROVISION OF BIO-INPUTS AND PEST TRAPPING”.

The final deadline for submission of proposals/tenders is April 15, 2024 4:00 pm (Beirut Time).

Bidders should provide both soft copies filled and generated hardcopies stamped, signed and dated.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 


Monday, 15. Apr 2024
Type of Call
Calls for Tenders
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