Request for Tender

Upon request, ACFID may list Industry Requests for Tender on behalf of our members and partners.

For Non-Members, the cost of advertising a Request for Tender is $400 + GST for the duration of the tender advertisement. Re-advertising will incur the same cost.


Current RFTs:

ACFID seeks expression of Interest for communications and design expertise

ACFID is calling for expressions of interest for the final stage (Stage 3 of 3) of a project aimed at reducing the amount of unrequested goods sent overseas from Australia in the aftermath of a disaster, which have negative unintended consequences for disaster relief efforts.

ACFID is seeking expressions of interest from communications experts (individuals or organisations) who can provide strategic communications advice and graphic design services. ACFID is open to individuals and organisations making a joint pitch to fulfil the requirements.

The provider will have demonstrated experience in:

  • the creative execution of messaging for the public;

  • graphic design;

  • creation of strategic communications plans; and

  • developing communications materials to create behavioural change.

Proposals to fulfil the project should be submitted to Tim Watkin and Jen Clancy by 6pm on Monday 7 May 2018.

Interested respondents can request further research from Stages 1 and 2 to inform the design of their response. Also, on request, there will be an opportunity to speak with ACFID on 20 April via telephone with any questions.

The indicative budget is $30,000.

If you require any further information, please contact Tim Watkin at [email protected] and Jen Clancy at [email protected].

Download the EOI here.

Terms of Reference: Evaluation of UnitingWorld Project, Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project. 

UnitingWorld is the overseas aid agency of the National Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia and works with church-based partners throughout Asia, Africa and the Pacific to implement community development programs. 

UNITINGWORLD seeks to engage a consultant to evaluate a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) project in Milne Bay Province in Papua New Guinea. The Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (RWSSP) has been active in Milne Bay Province since 1998, and is nearing completion of a 3 year funding cycle supported by Australian Non-government organisation Cooperation Program (ANCP) funding.  

Submissions should be directed to Aletia Dundas [email protected] and Zoe Carrigan [email protected], no later than May 2nd 2018.

Download the Terms of Reference here.