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USAID/OFDA WAREHOUSE COMMODITY CATALOG

Source

https://www.cimicweb.org/cmo/haiti/Crisis%20Documents/Shelter%20Cluster/USAID%20OFDA%20Warehouse%20commodity%20catalog.pdf

Data Model

  1. Item name 8 (no. of characters)
  2. Partnered item 10
  3. Warehouse located 10
  4. Item description 200
  5. Item Specifics
    1. Producer 10
    2. Type 15
    3. Weight 5
    4. Color 5
    5. Value 5
    6. Volume 5
    7. Unit dimensions
    • Length 5
    • Width 5
    • Height 5
  6. Packaging Specifics
    1. Units/Box 3
    2. Box Weight 5
    3. volume 5
    4. Box Shipment Dimensions
    • Length 5
    • Width 5
    • Height 5

==Number of Items == 12

Short Description

The USAID warehouse catalogue consists of twelve items like blanket, plastic sheeting, water treatment units, hygiene kit, disaster pouch etc. For every item there is a short description, item specifics and packaging details etc.

EMERGENCY SUPPLY LIST

Source

http://www.supply.unicef.dk/catalogue/Emergency_Items.pdf

Date of Publishing

12 october 2010

Data Model

  1. Material number
  2. Short description - ??? What specific information is contained in this field?

Categories / Sub-categories

  1. Material number
  2. program name

Number of Items

  1. Education 6
  2. EDU/CP 2
  3. Health 38
  4. Health / Nutrition 6
  5. Health / WASH 1
  6. Nutrition 30
  7. IT 19
  8. Staff Support 25 TOTAL 164

Short Description

The UNCIEF emergency supply catalogue consists of items that have been identified by UNCIEF as being particularly useful during an emergency. However, this list is not exhaustive and other items can be ordered as part of an emergency response.the catalog consists of 165(approx) items under various programmes such as Education, EDU/CP,Health, Health / Nutrition , Health / WASH, Nutrition, WASH, IT and Staff Support

CORE NON-FOOD ITEMS CATALOGUE

source

http://www.unhcr.org/4bc431359.pdf

Date of publishing

21 april 2010

Data Model

  1. Name 10
  2. Item No 16
  3. General Description 1442
  4. Expected Life Span 646
  5. Shipping/Container Information 83 ??? is this just text - or measurements?
  6. Packing: 931
  7. Graphic Designs
  8. Technical specifications ??? What format is this field in - is it a paragraph?
    1. Technical and physical characteristics of the product
    2. Design details
    3. Functional specifications
    4. Material properties
    5. ISO standards
  9. Printing of UNHCR’s Logo ??? Please elaborate

Categories / Sub-categories

  1. Shelter Items
  2. Domestic Items

Number Of Items

  1. Shelter items 5
  2. Domestic items 8

Total number of itmes 13

Short Description

The catalogue includes the specifications and quality requirements for 13 standard life-sustaining items such as plastic tarpaulins, family tents, fleece blankets, sleeping mats, kitchen sets, jerry cans and buckets. For each of the Core NFI products, the catalogue defines the functional specifications, which are the basic characteristics of the products. The catalogue includes information about the performance requirements of the products, performance specifications, and sets out the technical and physical characteristics of the products. The items included in the Core Non-Food Items Catalogue (CNFIC) are considered standard and the specifications are genericwith the aim to provide a specific function. The catalogue does not include indicative prices for the items or references to any manufacturers that currently hold frame agreements for the supply of the mentioned products with UNHCR

EMERGENCY ITEMS CATALOG

Source

http://procurement.ifrc.org/catalogue

Date of Publishing

2009

Data Model

  1. Code 10
  2. Description 50
  3. Ind. Price 6
  4. Ship. Weight 6
  5. Ship. vol
  6. General information ??? What format is this field in - is it a paragraph?
  7. specifications ??? What format is this field in - is it a paragraph?

Categories and Sub-categories

Warehouse and Administration

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging
  3. Warehouse equipment
  4. Freight transport equipment[[BR
  5. Kits, administration, identification
  6. Air conditioning

Relief and Logistics Kits and ERU

  1. Logistic ERU
  2. Relief ERU
  3. Kits, distribution

Personnel security equipment

  1. Introduction
  2. Body protection
  3. Safety in transport
  4. Personal and team equipment/consumables

Radio and Telecommunication

  1. Introduction
  2. HF radios
  3. VHF/UHF radios
  4. Satellite communication
  5. Telephone
  6. Accessories and consumables
  7. Telecom ERU kits

Power supply and electrical equipment

  1. Introduction
  2. Batteries
  3. Voltage control and inverters
  4. Lighting, cables, and accessories
  5. Generators
  6. Kits, lighting and solar

Tools and Hardware

  1. Introduction
  2. General purpose tools
  3. Electronic and radiocom tools
  4. Mechanical tools
  5. Agricultural tools
  6. Measuring instruments
  7. Hardware

Food

  1. Introduction
  2. Cereals
  3. Pulses
  4. Edible oils
  5. Canned food
  6. Other food products
  7. Milk

Nutrition specialised products

  1. Food Parcels

Household

  1. Introduction
  2. Kitchen equipment, kitchen sets
  3. Hygiene products
  4. Cleaning products
  5. Bedding and clothes
  6. Stoves and heaters

Shelter and construction materials

  1. Introduction
  2. Shelters, tent, kits, accessories
  3. Collective service tents
  4. Construction materials

Livelihood

  1. Introduction
  2. Seeds

Vehicles and consumables

  1. Introduction
  2. Cars
  3. Vehicle kits
  4. Trucks
  5. Motorbikes
  6. Boats
  7. Fuels and lubricants
  8. Other vehicule equipment

Water and Sanitation

  1. Introduction
  2. Hand pumps
  3. Motor pumps
  4. Water tanks
  5. Couplings
    6 Hoses and pipes
  6. Valves and taps
  7. Water treatment equipment
  8. Water treatment products
  9. Water testing
  10. Sanitation
  11. Hygiene promotion
  12. Water and Sanitation Disaster

Drug products

  1. WHO model list
  2. Introduction
  3. Antiseptics and disinfectants
  4. External ophtalmic drugs
  5. External use drugs
  6. Infusions
  7. Injections
  8. Oral drugs
  9. Vaccines and sera

Medical disposable supplies

  1. Introduction
  2. Anaesthesia
  3. Catheters, tubes, and drains
  4. Disposable linen
  5. Dressings
  6. Injections supplies
  7. Various disposable materials
  8. Sutures and suture needles
  9. Sterilization
  10. X-Ray

Medical equipment

  1. Introduction
    2 Anaesthesia
  2. Sterilization
  3. Linen and operative fields
  4. Medical equipment
  5. Surgical equipment
  6. X-Ray machines and equipment

Cold chain

  1. Introduction
  2. Fridges and freezers
  3. Cold boxes
  4. Various cold chain materials

Laboratory

  1. Introduction
  2. Diagnostic tests
  3. Laboratory reagents
  4. Laboratory supplies
  5. Laboratory equipment

Physical Rehabilitation

  1. Introduction
  2. Orthopaedic technology
  3. Physiotherapy

Basic health care ERU

  1. Introduction
  2. BHC Modules, item lists
  3. HC information per NS

Emergency care and triage

  1. Introduction
  2. Emergency care and triage post
  3. Kit, drugs and medical single use, 50 w.w

Rapid Deployment Emergency Hospital

  1. Introduction
  2. Rapid Deployment Emergency Hospital

Referral hospital ERU

  1. Introduction
  2. ERU, Referral Hospital, item lists

Surgical hospital, weapon wounded

  1. Introduction
  2. Kit, drugs and medical single use, 50 w.w
  3. Hospital, 100 w. wounded, 50 beds

Medical Kits

  1. First Aid Kits
  2. Cholera Kit
  3. Immunisation Kit
  4. Reproductive Health Kit

Feeding and nutrition Kits

  1. Introduction
  2. Medico-Nutritionnal Kit
  3. Kitchen and Feeding Center kits

Medical sets

  1. Introduction
  2. Medical sets, self standing
  3. Medical sets, specific to hospital modules

Surgical instruments and sets

  1. Introduction
  2. Surgical instrument sets
  3. Surgical instruments

Number Of Items

2000

Short Description

The need for improved standardization and harmonization of emergency relief and medical items provided by donors and major operational players has been expressed over the years. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Committee of the Red Cross supported by National Societies have coordinated their joint efforts towards this objective. The catalogue lists over 2,000 standard commodities with product specification details for each item. The catalogue is intended to facilitate the selection and acquisition of the suitable items notably during emergency operations. Standardisation is intended to facilitate field operations and logistics support, improve quality insurance, communication and reporting, and also to avoid inappropriate donations. The catalogue provides generic technical specifications for essential items. The catalogue provides guidance and assistance to:

1.Operation requesters, operational users and decision makers and also donors and national authorities concerned with planning, budgeting and execution of assistance programmes in emergency situations.

2.Purchasers and suppliers involved with the supply of emergency items.

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