Supplies and Logistics

Cold Chain Support Package

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In the context of their respective programmes, UNICEF Country Offices manage a broad spectrum of supplies with different levels of complexity.

The Cold Chain Support Package (CCSP) provides commercial and technical information to enable an efficient and effective procurement process for Cold Chain products and services - thus contributing to the success of immunization programmes.

This series of Procurement Guidelines consists of the following modules:

Note! Changes and updates to the documents will be made regularly. UNICEF Supply Division (SD) invites comments and suggestions from users, so that these guidelines will continue to reflect the needs and expectations of countries.

Cold Chain Tools & Resources

Cold Chain equipment discussion forum 

UNICEF Supply Catalogue

WHO PQS Catalogue

Cold Chain Weight & Volume Calculator

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For more information, please contact: The Supply Division Cold Chain Unit.

 

 


 

 

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