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Supplies and Logistics

Nutrition Supplier Meetings

UNICEF Supply Division hosted the biennial meeting for UNICEF's current and potential suppliers of products used in Nutrition Interventions in Copenhagen on 30 June 2015.

The meeting was followed by a Pre-bid Conference on upcoming bid for Ready-to-use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) on 1 and 2 July (for suppliers interested to participate in our upcoming RUTF bidding exercise).

View the agenda here.


Francisco Blanco - UNICEF Supply Division and Involvement in Procurement of Nutrition Supplies

Peta Barns - UNICEF Response to Emergencies

Jan Komrska - Supplier Performance Monitoring

Roland Kupka - UNICEF's Intervention in Nutrition - Current Programmes and Way Forward

Jolanta Wozniak - Risk Analysis and Risk Mitigation plan for Nutrition Products/Product and Process Development

Alison Fleet - Product Specifications and Workflow on Technical Evaluations

Peter Svarrer Jakobsen - Quality Issus and Challenges F75 and F100

Dimitris Catsoulacos - UNICEF QA System for Procurement of MNP's

Annika Schwenk - Anthropometric Equipment Needs Analysis and Tender Evaluation

Joseph Mabirzi/Jayant Sharma - The Barcoding System

For further information please contact Charlotte Thaarup - cthaarup@unicef.org

Previous Meetings

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Specialized Food - Product Quality Assessement

The INTERAGENCY PRODUCT QUESTIONNAIRE aims to get more details/information about the product and the controls implemented in the factory, to prevent finished products from main microbiological, chemical and physical risks.

Manufacturer Quality Assessment

The INTERAGENCY MANUFACTURER QUALITY QUESTIONNAIRE applies to all specialized food (ready to use or not) suppliers. It aims to get more details/information about the quality management system in place at the factory, the production means, and the controls implemented in the factory to prevent final products from main microbiological, chemical and physical risks.

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