Agreement between Two Ngos

To be valid, the relationship between UNICEF and a supply partner must be governed by a Memorandum of Understanding. A Memorandum of Understanding is a legal document that sets out the terms, conditions and operating rules that apply to a contract to be entered into under the Letter of Intent. The letter of intent describes the processes of UNICEF Procurement Services and sets out the terms and conditions of individual transactions. In a Memorandum of Understanding, all parties are considered equal and agree to be jointly valid in good faith. This is different from a contract where one organization pays another organization to provide goods or services. It is also different from a contract between a donor and a recipient organization. A Memorandum of Understanding should not be used as a substitute for a legally binding contract. Memoranda of Understanding are like contracts that define how two organizations work together. Although letters of intent are technically legally binding, consider these documents as a tool to facilitate partnership and ensure a harmonious working relationship between two organizations. However, given the legal nature of the documents, a legal representative is advised to check the language contained in the letter of intent before it is signed. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a written agreement between two organizations that helps establish the ground rules for all the partnership activities you wish to study. A letter of intent should describe what each organization wants to contribute to a partnership, a timeline for achieving the desired results, details on exactly how each party will work together (e.B.

regular in-person meetings, conference calls, written approval of all activities by both parties) and how the parties approve and pay all costs incurred to deliver the desired results. The tools4dev Memorandum of Understanding template is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. All other content © tools4dev. Discover the specifications and target prices of more than 2,000 products purchased by UNICEF. The following model Memorandum of Understanding is provided for informational purposes. tools4dev cannot (and will not provide) legal advice and recommends that you have the final Memorandum of Understanding reviewed by a lawyer or specialist in your own country to ensure that it complies with local laws. Here you will find forms, standard texts and detailed information on UNICEF procurement services. The default text is available in English, French and Spanish. .