P4P exemplifies innovation in new UN procurement report
Several successful examples from P4P pilot countries are highlighted in the article “Sustainable procurement and innovation”, published in the thematic supplement to the 2012 Annual Statistical Report on United Nations Procurement. WFP’s local salt procurement project in Senegal is also featured in the publication.
The 2012 Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement provides data and analysis on the goods and services procured by the United Nations system in support of its operations. The thematic supplement to the report focuses on sustainable procurement. It contains a range of articles and case studies from academia, the public and private sectors and the United Nations.
Read the article on page 24-29 in the thematic supplement for more information about:
- the national programme in Rwanda that has replicated the P4P development model;
- how smallholder farmers in Malawi have been trained to participate in online biddings;
- why P4P in Guatemala focuses on sales beyond WFP; and
- how P4P in Ethiopia is connected to WFP’s school meal programme.