Dr. Christoph Hamelmann
Regional Practice Leader HIV, Health and Development
UNDP Europe and Central Asia
c
Global Consult...
Virtuous Circle of Green Procurement
in the Health Sector
+ others
European Ministerial Environment & Health
Task Force
Fifth Ministerial Conference
on Environment and Health
Parma...
Economic Commission for Europe
Report Regional Preparatory Meeting
Public procurement
47. Sustainable public procurement w...
ESA
Informal UN Interagency Task Team on
Green Procurement in the Health Sector
(iIATT – SPHS)
Chief Executive
Board (CEP)
HLCM
Procurement
Network
WG
Sustainable
Procurement
UNDG HLCP
Informal IATT-SPHS Organizationa...
informal
IATT - SPHS
• Overall objective: Health sector procurement policies and
practices in the health sector promote and protect health and ...
• Output 1: Evidence based standards on what constitutes “green”
procurement in the health sector are established, and act...
WHO Pre-Qualification
NHS Carbon Footprint Breakdown 2010
*UNFPA private sector progressive implementation policy
Progressive Supplier Engagement*
Leadership and Innovations
Global Fund
Board Composition
Board Members:
http://www.theglobalfund.org/en/board/constituencies/
GAVI Alliance
Board Composition
Thank You!
christoph.hamelmann@undp.org
Twitter: @cahamelmann
volker.welter@undp.org
Secretariat iIATT-SPHS
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Global consultation on environmentally friendly procurement in the health sector
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Presentation by Dr. Christoph Hamelmann, Regional HIV, Health and Development Team Leader for UNDP's Regional Centre for Europe and Central Asia, on environmentally-friendly procurement in the health sector given at the “Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Options for Action” consultation held in Geneva, Switzerland, 9 April 2014.

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    1. 1. Dr. Christoph Hamelmann Regional Practice Leader HIV, Health and Development UNDP Europe and Central Asia c Global Consultation on Environmentally Friendly Procurement in the Health Sector Pharmaceuticals in the Environment – Options for Action Geneva, Switzerland, 9 April 2014
    2. 2. Virtuous Circle of Green Procurement in the Health Sector
    3. 3. + others European Ministerial Environment & Health Task Force Fifth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health Parma 2010 53 member states, including all CIS countries
    4. 4. Economic Commission for Europe Report Regional Preparatory Meeting Public procurement 47. Sustainable public procurement was supported as a first critical step to further the green economy at the national as well as the sub-national level. Concrete progress was proposed in the form of sustainable public procurement targets that could be met by an increasing number of countries over the years.
    5. 5. ESA
    6. 6. Informal UN Interagency Task Team on Green Procurement in the Health Sector (iIATT – SPHS)
    7. 7. Chief Executive Board (CEP) HLCM Procurement Network WG Sustainable Procurement UNDG HLCP Informal IATT-SPHS Organizational Link
    8. 8. informal IATT - SPHS
    9. 9. • Overall objective: Health sector procurement policies and practices in the health sector promote and protect health and do not adversely impact on the environment or on human health and well-being. • Expected outcome: UN agencies adopt and implement environmentally sound procurement policies and practices in the health sector Joint UN Programme of Green Procurement in the Health Sector
    10. 10. • Output 1: Evidence based standards on what constitutes “green” procurement in the health sector are established, and activities to address research gaps are initiated • Output 2: UN procurement officers, suppliers, and health actors are capacitated so as to be able to operationalize green procurement practices in the health sector • Output 3: Key stakeholders with an influence over procurement activities in the health sector, e.g. suppliers/manufacturers, procurement officers, international health development agencies, and health actors, are aware of, engaged in and supportive of the overall initiative Joint UN Programme of Green Procurement in the Health Sector
    11. 11. WHO Pre-Qualification
    12. 12. NHS Carbon Footprint Breakdown 2010
    13. 13. *UNFPA private sector progressive implementation policy Progressive Supplier Engagement*
    14. 14. Leadership and Innovations
    15. 15. Global Fund Board Composition Board Members: http://www.theglobalfund.org/en/board/constituencies/
    16. 16. GAVI Alliance Board Composition
    17. 17. Thank You! christoph.hamelmann@undp.org Twitter: @cahamelmann volker.welter@undp.org Secretariat iIATT-SPHS Related presentations: http://www.slideshare.net/undpeuropeandcis/greening-the-health- sector-pharmaceuticals-and-climate-change http://www.slideshare.net/undpeuropeandcis/greening-the-health- sector-global-health-initiatives-and-climate-change

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