Document type: Country reports

Launching the Information Revolution in the Ethiopian Public-Sector Health Care Supply Chain

The Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency in Ethiopia uses Health Commodity Management Information system (HCMIS), a warehouse and logistics information management system, to inform supply decisions. This project brief highlights the impact the HCMIS has had on the public-sector supply chain in Ethiopia.... Read more

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Strengthening the Supply Chain in Zanzibar to Save Lives: Supply Chain Accomplishments

This report describes key investments of USAID-funded logistics projects, managed by John Snow, Inc. (JSI) and the Partnership for Supply Chain Management (PFSCM), in Zanzibar. From 2005-2016, USAID, in partnership with JSI, PFSCM, and others, worked with the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar to improve access to medicines and medical supplies... Read more

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3 Year Rapid Assessment of Reform in Public Medical Supplies

The Central Medical Supplies Public Corporation (CMS) is the national center for procurement and distribution of medicines in Sudan. CMS has implemented a comprehensive reform started in 2011. This report aims to describe the changes that have taken place in the CMS’s medicine supply system. The study was based on... Read more

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OPTIMIZE South Sudan Report 2013

Project Optimize, a five-year partnership between the World Health Organization (WHO) and PATH, conducted a small implementation activity in South Sudan. The goal of the activity was to test the feasibility and usefulness of implementing a mobile and cloud-based vaccine stock management information system capable of providing EPI staff at... Read more

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2013 Supply Annual Report

The 2013 Supply Annual Report provides detailed statistics on UNICEF’s local and international procurement and other key results.  Over the year, UNICEF procured $2.8 billion worth of supplies and services for children in over 134 countries and areas. The 2013 report also focuses specifically on monitoring in the supply function... Read more

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