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Photo: NIGER - On August 8 2005, health workers use a circuference armband to measure malnutrition in a child. In 2005, UNICEF procured nearly 400,000 such armbands.

Supplies for UNICEF priorities

Welcome to the online version of UNICEF Supply Division Annual Report 2005. UNICEF procured over $1.1 billion worth of supplies for children and their families in 2005. Supply Division oversees the organization’s global procurement and logistics operation.

Learn more about the organization’s procurement work through our pages, photo essays and interactive features. A snapshot is available on the 2005 activities map, ‘Key facts and figures’ and ‘10 facts about UNICEF and supplies’.

The report contains highlights from the printed report, based around UNICEF’s priorities – emergencies, immunization ‘plus’, HIV/AIDS, early childhood, and education - as well as warehouse activities, UN Reform and Partnerships for the procurement of supplies. In addition, the full version of the printed report is available in printer friendly version.

 
 

Photo essays

Water & sanitation in Darfur's camps

Health & nutrition in Darfur's camps

HIV/AIDS: treatment and hope for children

Supply innovations in the past 60 years

Interactive features

At a glance

Print

Other useful links

Discover Supply Division

  2005 activities map

Recreation kit

First aid kit

10 facts about UNICEF and supplies

Key facts and figures [PDF]

Print full report or selected chapters & annexes

Contact Supply Division

Supply Catalogue

Procuring for partners

Information for suppliers