Technical bulletins and guidelines
Find guidance on how to use and details on kits and products procured by UNICEF.
Interagency Emergency Health Kits: information note
Medicines and medical equipment to meet the initial primary healthcare needs of a population of 10,000 people for three months.
Acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) kits information note
This note provides information on the new AWD kits that will be available to UNICEF country offices from July 2017.
Midwifery Kit technical bulletin
Description of the Midwifery Kit, which has been designed to improve maternal and neonatal care in situations of development and emergency.
IEHK post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) technical bulletin
The IEHK PEP kit contains medicines for emergency post-exposure prophylaxis of HIV infection.
Point-of-care for HIV early infant diagnosis
Get information on HIV early infant and viral load point-of-care (POC)/near POC nucleic acid detection technologies available for procurement through UNICEF
WHO treatment guidelines
UNICEF procurement of antiretroviral medicines (ARVs) is guided by the World Health Organization (WHO) treatment guidelines.
Nutrition kits technical bulletin
The document describes the nutrition kits that are available for procurement through UNICEF.
Therapeutic milk technical bulletin
This bulletin describes improvements to F-75 and F-100 therapeutic milk procured by UNICEF.
Mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) measuring tapes
Get a description of the MUAC tapes available through UNICEF Supply Divisionilable for procurement through UNICEF.
Iron, folic acid and combined iron and folic acid tablets
Description of antianemia products available for procurement through UNICEF Supply Division
Height length measuring boards
A description of the measuring boards available for procurement through UNICEF Supply Division.
Safe preparation of therapeutic milk F75 and F100
Video guidance for the safe preparation of therapeutic milk in English, French, Arabic and Somali.
Multiple micronutrient powders and customised packaging
This technical bulletin describes the multiple micronutrient powders (MNPs) products and their packaging that are available through UNICEF Supply Division.