About CDP Procurement

ECOWAS Community Development Programme (CDP) procures goods and services for:

1) implementation of its Technical Cooperation and Assistance Programmes (TCA Procurement), and

2) maintenance and functioning of the Lome International Center including ECOWAS Community Development Programme (CDP) Headquarters (Non-TCA Procurement).

Procurement is administered by the Procurement Unit (PU), which is responsible for solicitation of offers, awarding and management of contracts and purchase orders in close cooperation with RAID substantive branches. In addition to the centralized procurement, ECOWAS Community Development Programme (CDP) Representatives in the field are authorized to procure locally goods and services for the requirements of the field offices.

Procurement for Technical Cooperation and Assistance Programmes (TCA Procurement)

Procurement for the Technical Cooperation and Assistance Programmes encompasses a variety of technically complex products and services required for implementing CDP's integrated technical assistance programmes and stand-alone projects.

Procurement for Non-Technical Cooperation Programmes

Procurement requirements for maintenance of the building and facilities of the Lome International Center and functioning of the CDP Headquarters include repair, modification and renovation of buildings; repair of roads and foot paths; carpentry works; electrical, electromechanical and electronics engineering works; heating, ventilation and air-conditioning works.