Data last updated: November 2022
Supply Annual Report
The Supply Annual Report discusses aspects of UNICEF's interaction with the market, and includes detailed annexes on: supplier countries by dollar value, how much we spent with individual companies, where the supplies are used, by country and value, and numbers invited to bid (and responses) by country. Previous Supply Annual Reports are also available.
Briefing note on transparency and accountability measures
Briefing note on various transparency and accountability measures of UNICEF, including public disclosure of internal audit reports
Update on UNICEF Archives
This is a quarterly update on archives for external stakeholders. (July 2017)
2015 Annual Results Reports Gender Equality
\ \ \ \ \ UNICEF's strong field presence and scope of work across multiple sectors give it wide reach to support women's and girls' empowerment and more equitable male-female relations.
2015 Annual Results Reports Humanitarian Action
\ \ \ \ \ The scale and complexity of humanitarian crises continued to increase in 2015. Protracted conflicts affected a growing number of children and families during the year and humanitarian situations increasingly spilled over borders and into subregional displacement crises.
2015 Annual Results Reports Child Protection
\ \ \ \ \ More than 5.6 million children at risk were prevented and/or withdrawn from child labour through one or more education, social protection or child protection interventions in 30 countries, which marks a 24 per cent increase from 4.5 million children reached in 2014.
2015 Annual Results Reports Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
\ \ \ \ \ Since 1990, 2.6 billion people have gained access to an improved drinking water source and 2.1 billion have gained access to an improved sanitation facility through the collective efforts of sector stakeholders.
2015 Annual Results Reports Education
\ \ \ \ \ The substantial progress that has led to 100 million more children in school since the year 2000 has struggled to keep pace with population growth over the past decade, leaving 59 million primary-school-aged children and 65 million who are of lower secondary school age out of school.