Data last updated: October 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.
2014 annual Results Report Gender Equality
\ \ \ \ An overview of the progress made in implementing the institutional and programmatic components of the UNICEF Gender Action Plan during 2014.
2014 annual Results Report Humanitarian Action
\ \ \ From deadly natural disasters to brutal conflicts and fast-spreading epidemics, children across the world are facing a changing and increasingly complex humanitarian environment.
2014 annual Results Report Social Inclusion
UNICEF works on social inclusion on behalf of the poorest and most marginalized children to assist countries in understanding child poverty and exclusion and in developing effective responses.
2014 Annual Results Report Child Protection
\ \ \ \ UNICEF's integrated approach to child protection in 2014 addressed the full spectrum of risk factors in the lives of children and their families, within both development and humanitarian contexts.
2014 Annual Results Report Education
Following major improvements between 2000 and 2007, global progress has stalled both in school enrolment and the number of out-of-school children.
2014 Annual Results Report Nutrition
\ \ \ \ Optimal nutrition lays the foundation for lifelong health, learning, and economic and social performance; it is one of the most important investments in realizing the rights of every child.
2014 Annual Results Report Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Significant progress has been made toward improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for children and their families.
2014 Annual Results Report HIV and AIDS
\ An AIDS-free generation is within reach: a generation in which children are born free of HIV and remain so into adulthood, and children living with HIV have access to care and treatment.