IAPHL is dedicated to improving public health supply chain management by promoting the professional development of those who work with health supplies. Knowledge shared within the IAPHL community provides logisticians with resources to do their job better and improve the health of those they serve.
Read what members have to say about managing health care waste and other important supply chain concerns such as managing our supply chain assets, maintaining lab equipment, and improving immunization. Sign up for our list serve and be a part of the conversation!
It is indeed a time to celebrate; IAPHL has recently reached over 3,500 members!
This means that your online community of supply chain professionals has more than 800 new members this past year, and continues to grow at an impressive rate. IAPHL members can be found in more than 135 countries around the world, speaking a variety of languages, and performing a variety of supply chain-related jobs. A strong, diverse. and active membership base has always been a cornerstones of IAPHL’s success, and we are proud to see that tradition continuing.
IAPHL at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit
IAPHL sponsored 9 participants to attend the 7th Annual Global Health Supply Chain Summit (GHSCS). IAPHL’s sponsored participants included Bolajoko Aina, Ayuba Garba, Masresha Worku, Belay Mekonnen, Tunde Omoluabi, Anthony Njuguna, Muhammad Malik, Abel Livingi, and David Dupoar. The GHSCS took place in Copenhagen, Denmark from November 17-19, 2014. Some of IAPHL’s sponsored participants are featured in the above photo with a cardboard cut-out of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and IAPHL member Rebecca Alban.
The IAPHL Group E-Mentoring Program offers members opportunities to explore a specific supply chain technical area (e.g., procurement, M&E, forecasting). The mentoring takes place over three months in a group setting, using internet platforms to connect global members. Future opportunities to join the program will be announced.