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Mercy Corps (Sudan)

Mercy Corps (Sudan)

General
Contacts 4
Tenders 51
Grants 2
Jobs 6
CSP 0
Contractors 0
Awards 0
Last update: Jun 9, 2022 Last update: 09 Jun, 2022
General
Contacts4
Tenders51
Grants 2
Jobs 6
Country strategy papers 0
Top Contractors 0
Awards 0

Details

Office: Sudan
Address: Khartoum
Contact person: Officer
Sectors: Advocacy, Agriculture, Banking, Civil So ... See more Advocacy, Agriculture, Banking, Civil Society & NGOs, Disaster Reduction , Energy, Environment & NRM, Food Security, Gender, Health, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid & Emergency, Science & Innovation, SME & Private Sector, Social Development, Water & Sanitation, Youth
Nr. of employees: N/A
Types: NGO NGO
Status: Active

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Description

Mercy Corps is a global team of humanitarians working together on the front lines of today’s biggest crises to create a future of possibility, where everyone can prosper.

Our mission: to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities.
In more than 40 countries around the world, over 5,600 team members work side by side with people living through poverty, disaster, violent conflict, and the acute impacts of climate change. We’re committed to creating global change through local impact — 85 percent of our team members are from the countries where they work.

We bring a comprehensive approach to every challenge, addressing problems from multiple angles. And we go beyond emergency aid, partnering with local governments, forward-thinking corporations, social entrepreneurs, and people living in fragile communities to develop bold solutions that make lasting change possible.

We invite you to watch the short video below, learn more about our work, and join us on our journey to change the world for good.

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Tender Management Modes

Financing agencies
Mercy CorpsSIDA26.5%73.5%
RegionsTotal
Mercy Corps25
SIDA9