Supplies and Logistics

Memoranda of Understanding

To be valid, the relationship between UNICEF and a Procurement Services partner must be governed by a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). A MOU is a legal document which sets the terms, conditions and operational rules applying to a contract to be entered under the MOU. The MOU outlines UNICEF Procurement Services processes and sets out the Terms and Conditions for individual transactions.
For more information and to access downloadable templates for UNICEF standard MOUs, please see below.

English Memorandum of Understanding:

Governments [Word]

Non Governmental Organizations, Philanthropic Organizations and Universities[Word]

UN Agencies [Word]

Français Accords d'Achats:

Gouvernements [Word]

Organisations Non Gouvernementales, Organisations Philanthropiques et Universités [Word]

Agences des Nations Unies [Word]

Memorando de Entendimiento Español:

Gobiernos [Word]

Organizaciones No Gubernamentales, Organizaciones filantrópicas y Universidades [Word]

Agencias de la ONU [Word]

Guidance for preparing the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

  • Review the MOU, making sure the correct template is being used
  • Replace all the grey-shaded fields throughout the document with the correct information. Move forward from one field to the next using Tab (Shift-Tab to move backwards). If you represent an NGO, please remember to enter a short description of your organization on page two of the MOU in the section naming the parties.
  • Print out two copies of the contract and sign both.
  • Submit both original signed copies to the UNICEF Country Office Representative or directly to UNICEF Procurement Services for approval and subsequent signature.
  • Once approved, a signed copy will be returned to the partner for their records.
  • Please note that any changes to the standard MOU template will require the clearance from the Director of Supply Division prior to signature.

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