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Request for Quotation (RFQ)



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Founded in 1919, Junior Achievement is the world’s largest and fastest growing not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating young people about business, economics and free enterprise. In 2016, over 10 million young people participated in JA programs in 122 countries across the globe.

JA Zimbabwe is a private sector initiative and became a Member Nation of JA Worldwide. In 2019, 72,000 young people participated in JA Zimbabwe programs. More than 600,000 young people, both in-school and out-of-school, rural and urban took part in JA programs in Zimbabwe since 1999

MISSION: To foster social mobility and financial inclusion among Zimbabwean youth through financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship.

JAZ PURPOSE: To prepare and inspire young people to value free enterprise, business, economics and entrepreneurship by helping them gain an understanding of:

  • How business is conceived and run;
  • The role of business in a global economy;
  • The commitment of business to environmental and social issues;
  • The relevance of education in the workplace; and
  • The impact of economics on their future in order to improve the quality of their lives and their communities.


  • Financial Literacy: Participants from Grade 5 students to young people up to age 35 are guided through understanding finance both for business growth and personal financial wellbeing. Age appropriate programs and activities are used to deliver this component.
  • Work Readiness: Students in starting from Form 3 to recent university graduates are prepared for the world of work, through Career Fairs, Job Shadow and Internships. Work related Life Skills (Interpersonal Skills) are the bedrock of employability skills especially for college leavers who will be looking for a breakthrough into the world of work.
  • Entrepreneurship: Through age appropriate programs, young people start and run a business either in school or in their homes and communities. Development from the JA Company Program where High School students start and run an actual enterprise and compete for the national company of the year (and then JA Africa Company of the year) the program is now popular with out of school young people. Business mentorship, business incubation, micro finance referrals and market linkages are critical components for young people out of school.

The organization is inviting potential suppliers for the supply of Hairdressing Equipment.

Overview of Requirements


  • Junior Achievement Zimbabwe seeks to enter into framework agreement with one or more service providers for the supply of Hair Dressing equipment. 


  • The scope of the works requires the service provider to supply Hairdressing  equipment below:
Dryer6 Drying Towel
Steamer5 litres Shampoo
Hand Blower5 litres Conditioner
UV Sterilizer5 litres White Relaxer Cream
1 meter mirrorHair Clipper
RollersWashing basin
Braider’s chairManicure kit
Pedicure kit 

Proposed Timelines

1Request for Quotation sent23 September 2022
2Closing date and time for receipt of Bids27 September 2022, 1600 hrs Harare
3Tenders to be submitted toadmin@jazimbabwe.org.zw
4Contract Award ForecastTBA