IAPHL members meet in Tanzania

The IAPHL side meeting at the Global Health Supply Chain conference was attended by 72 people from countries including Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Zambia, Pakistan, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, Fiji, Tanzania, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Liberia, Kenya, and Namibia. Andrew Brown opened the meeting with a presentation of IAPHL’s vision and strategies for... Read more

Letter from our Executive Director Andrew Brown

Greetings, Colleagues: If you’re an IAPHL member and you’ve signed up for email updates, you probably already know me. For those of you who don’t, allow me to introduce myself—I’m Andrew Brown, and I’ve been the executive director of IAPHL since February 2016. I’m a pharmacist by training, and I’m... Read more

Looking at the Past to Improve Our Future

On Tuesday, February 3rd, IAPHL began a discussion titled Looking at the Past to Improve Our Future, which focused on the experiences and reflections that members share regarding the changes and improvements they have witnessed in their supply chains over the past years. In the process, members came to a better understanding of the progress... Read more

IAPHL at the 8th Annual Global Health Supply Chain Summit

In 2015, IAPHL has sponsored 8 members to attend the 8th Annual Global Health Supply Chain Summit (GHSCS) in Dakar, Senegal. IAPHL’s sponsored participants included Dagim Mengistu (Ethiopia), David Nyarko (Ghana), Mohamed Musa (Sudan), Adam Rassa (Tanzania), Onojo Otowo (Nigeria), Biayi Franck  (DRC), Celestino Kuchena (Zimbabwe) and Zahran Hamad (Zanzibar). Participants are... Read more

Introducing “Warehouse In Box”

To enhance accessibility to medicine and other health commodities across the nation, the United States Government and the federal government are collaborating to strengthen Nigeria’s national drug warehousing system. Read full article... Read more

Building the Next Generation Vaccine Information Management System: VIMS in Tanzania

In Tanzania, the Immunization and Vaccine Development (IVD) program uses many tools to manage its diverse data. But each of them—manual and electronic—are customized and unique to immunization program needs.  Learn more about how JSI is working with IVD and other partners to create an integrated vaccine information management system (VIMS). Read the full blog post... Read more