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UNICEF’s Procurement of Essential Medicines. Jan Komrska Essential Medicines and Nutrition Unit UNICEF Supply Division. Meeting of WHO Prequalification Programme with European manufacturers and EU marketing authorisation holders Copenhagen, November 2009. What is the role of Supply Division?.

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UNICEF’s Procurement of Essential Medicines

Jan Komrska

Essential Medicines and Nutrition Unit

UNICEF Supply Division

Meeting of WHO Prequalification Programme with European manufacturers and EU marketing authorisation holders

Copenhagen, November 2009


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What is the role of Supply Division?

  • Oversee UNICEF’s global procurement and logistics operation.

  • Procure supplies on behalf of UNICEF and Procurement Services partners

  • Ensure that high quality, good value supplies reach children and their families quickly.

  • Maintain the highest ethical standards for procurement.

  • Provide technical support to UNICEF offices and Procurement Services partners globally. Share procurement know-how with development partners.

  • Innovate to find ever-better supply solutions for children.


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Why do we buy pharmaceutcals?

Under 5

Mortality

Sierra Leone – 270

Angola – 260

Afghanistan – 257

Niger – 253

Liberia – 235

Guinea-Bissau – 234

Mali – 217

Chad – 209

Equatorial Guinea – 206

DR Congo – 205

2008: 8.8 million

2007: 9.2 million

1990: 12.7 million

Acute respiratory infections

Diarrhoea

Measles

Malaria

Malnutrition


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UNICEF Strategic Products


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UNICEF Logistics Network and Hubs Setup


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How do we procure?

  • Principles of public procurement:

    • Fairness

    • Transparency

    • Equal treatment

    • Best value for money

  • Registration of the product:

    • Law on medicinal product for human use


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Guiding principles

  • All purchases shall be carried out by means of competitive tenders

    UNICEF financial rules and regulations

  • The following products may only be procured through Supply Division. Exceptions may be granted on a case-by-case basis but these must be authorised by Supply Division.

    (h) pharmaceuticals;

    (i) therapeutic food;

    (j) supplementary food;

    Book G: Supply Manual, Chapter: 7


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PROCUREMENT WORKFLOW

Confirmation/

Production of

Specifications

Defining

commercial

requirements

Requisition

Drafting List

of Potential

Suppliers

Choice of

solicitation

method

Compliance

with

product

specification

Compliance

with

manufacturing

standards

Commercial

evaluation of

offers

Floating of

bid

Receipt of

offers

Technical

evaluation of

offers

CRC

Submission

>100,000 USD

PO Value

Adjudication

Issuing

Purchase

Orderd

ARD

< 100,000 USD


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Overview of procurement


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Top 10 pharmaceuticals in 2009


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Top 10 pharmaceuticals in 2008


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Top 10 Vendors in 2009

98 vendors


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Origin of product (2009)


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