Designing supply chains to meet the growing need of vaccines: evidence from four countries

Immunization supply chains (iSCs) move vaccines from manufacturer to point of use with the added complexities of requiring cold chain and an increasing need for agility and efficiency to ensure vaccine quality and availability. Underperforming iSCs have been widely acknowledged as a key constraint to achieving high immunization coverage rates in low- and middle-income... Read more

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IAPHL Quarterly Workforce Development Article Review – September 2021

We are pleased to share with you the IAPHL quarterly Workforce Development article review. In this review, we focused on a broad spectrum of opportunities and challenges affecting supply chain workforce. These articles include technology, pharmaceuticals, public health, and leadership. In this review, there is a range of topics across... Read more

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IAPHL Quarterly Workforce Development Article Review – June 2021

We are pleased to share with you the 1st ‘IAPHL quarterly Workforce Development article review’. In this review, we focused on a broad spectrum of opportunities and challenges affecting supply chain workforce. These articles include technology, and human resources.  In this review, there is a range of topics across the... Read more

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Recommendations to Accelerate Global Access to Quality, Affordable Health Products

Low and middle income country governments and global health funders spend a lot of money on health products like medicines, diagnostics, and devices to achieve universal health coverage. Governments and health procurement bodies in these countries need to buy these life-saving products efficiently and effectively in order to provide their... Read more

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New PRISM Tools Use Span of Routine Health Data

Poor data or a lack of data ultimately contributes to poor planning, policies, and resource allocation in the health sector. To contribute to improved health, the Performance of Routine Information Systems Management (PRISM) tools have been revised to help countries identify gaps in their routine health information system. This new,... Read more

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