Supplies and Logistics

Supply Annual Report 2014

2014: A record year

Defined by the largest-ever supply throughput, simultaneous emergencies, ambitious strategic priorities and efficiency gains

The 2014 Supply Annual Report provides an overview of key UNICEF Supply activities and detailed statistics for the year. UNICEF procured over $3.3 billion worth of supplies and services for children, including $1.65 billion of supplies procured on behalf of 100 governments.

This year’s report shares insights into how the Supply Community – UNICEF’s  nearly 1,000 supply staff – helps UNICEF respond to the current global context of children’s needs. This includes working with industry to create competitive, sustainable markets to achieve value for money, sharing technical expertise that empowers governments and partners to build stable, efficient supply chains and innovation that improves or identifies new products that are better adapted, more affordable and more inclusive.

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General Information
Author: UNICEF Supply Division Price: free No. of pages: 94 Publication date: 2015 Publisher: UNICEF Supply Division Sales no.: n/a
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