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UNICEF Supply: Annual Report 2012

UNICEF Supply: Annual Report 2012

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The 2012 Supply Annual Report focuses on UNICEF's work in developing and strengthening supply chains for children - both our own supply chains and those of governments and partners - to ensure children and women have equitable access to life-saving supplies. The Report also provides detailed statistics on local and international procurement and other key results.
The 2012 Supply Annual Report focuses on UNICEF's work in developing and strengthening supply chains for children - both our own supply chains and those of governments and partners - to ensure children and women have equitable access to life-saving supplies. The Report also provides detailed statistics on local and international procurement and other key results.

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Published by: The United Nations Children's Fund on Jun 18, 2013
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Supply Annual Report 2012
Table o contents
Introduction 3Supply chain optimisation 4Integrated ERP system 6The supply community 8Strengthening end-to-end supply chains 10Comprehensive supply chain engagement 14Cold chain optimisation 16UN Commission 20Middle Income Countries 22RUTF supply chain 24Emergency response 26Innovation better pneumonia diagnostics 28Innovation project pipeline 30Future scoping closing the monitoring loop 322012 savings achieved or essential commodities 34Procurement and supply statistics overview 36
Annexes
39Annex 1: Supplier countries and areas 40Annex 2: Procurement by country/area, supplier and category 42Annex 3(a): Destination countries/areas or commodities 74Annex 3(b): Countries/areas where services were used 76Annex 4: Number o companies invited to bid and responses received 77
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About UNICEF
UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and areas to help children survive and thrive,rom early childhood through adolescence. The world’s largest provider o vaccinesor developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water andsanitation, quality basic education or all boys and girls, and the protection o childrenrom violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is unded entirely by the voluntarycontributions o individuals, businesses, oundations and governments.For more inormation about UNICEF and its work visit: www.unice.org
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