By kpeuquet on April 7th, 2015

The supply chains for medical supplies and equipment are challenging to execute. Many countries have made great strides to improve their medical supply chain capabilities, infrastructure, and efficiency. However, the lack of local supply chain education and insufficient human capital management capabilities have prevented these supply chains from achieving their full potential.

In that light, People that Deliver (PtD) pursued the development of case studies that document how public and private sector organizations successfully manage the human capital in their supply chains. This report includes the first two of these case studies for Imperial Health Sciences and Central Medical Supplies Public Corporation (Sudan). PtD intends to continue developing case studies to offer the broader community examples of human capital management that they can adopt to improve supply chain execution.

PtD would appreciate your feedback on the case studies and invite further organizations to volunteer to become PtD case studies.

To read the case studies, please visit

People that Deliver Health Supply Chain Case Studies