The WHO policy sets out the principles and requirements regulating the procurement of essential medicines and health by WHO, including a set of clear and transparent criteria on which sources and suppliers are selected and engaged.
WHO Quality Assurance Policy for the Procurement of Essential Medicines and Other Health Products
WHO Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals in ITBS and RFPs
Interagency Finished Pharmaceutical Product Questionnaire
- PQ website
- Clarification with Respect to a Stringent Regulatory Organization as Applicable to the Stringent Regulatory Authority (SRA) Guideline
- Model Quality Assurance System for Procurement Agencies - Recommendations for Quality Assurance Systems Focusing on Prequalification of Products and Manufacturers, Purchasing, Storage and Distribution of Pharmaceutical Products
Pursuant to WHO QA Policy for Procurement of Essential Medicines and Other Health Products, pre-selected suppliers are invited to participate to ITBs or RFPs.
Should you wish to be part of the pool of pre-selected Wholesale distributors please fill in the attached questionnaire and its annexes and return it to: email@example.com.
The information provided in the questionnaire will become the property of World Health Organization. WHO is not obliged to contract the pre-selected suppliers for the performance of any work nor the supply of any products of services. The supplier shall bear all costs incurred in the preparation and submission of the questionnaire and its annexes.