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One of PtD’s strategic goals is to achieve “global recognition that strong supply chains are essential for positive health outcomes and require a competent, recognized and supported supply chain workforce with significant technical and managerial capacity.
As the Executive Manager of The People that Deliver (PtD) Initiative I would like to invite you to a 1hr interactive webinar focusing on the research gap that exists in the human resources for health supply chain management field.
As part of ongoing efforts to restructure the health sector and improve health care quality, the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) in Namibia sought to update staffing norms for health facilities.
Scientific & Academic Publishing publishes "Professionalizing Health Logistics in Burkina Faso : challenges, implementation and sustainability".
People that Deliver: Focusing on HR for SCM in public health, an update on the Initiative.
The 6th Global Health Supply Chain Summit (GHSCS) is to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for three days, on November 18-20th
March 27, 2013 - The PtD Board is opening consultation on the Initiative's 5-year Strategic Plan for improving health outcomes through balancing the supply and demand for supply chain professionals within the health sector. Read more...
February 2013 - Once again, the People that Deliver (PtD) Newsflash focuses on success and evidence of the Initiative’s positive impact on the professionalization of human resources for supply chain management (HR for SCM) in developing countries’ health systems. Download pdf version.
February 5-7, 2013 - TechNet is a unique forum where experts in the field of immunization technology, cold chain, injection safety, and health logistics share their experience, coordinate activities and discuss major global policy issues. This international consultation will gather together key stakeholders involved in immunization programmes worldwide. Read more
January 2013 - Continuing last month’s edition, the People that Deliver (PtD) Newsflash #2 focuses on more successes and evidence of the Initiative’s positive impact on the professionalization of human resources for supply chain management (HR for SCM) in developing countries’ health systems. Download pdf version
December 12th, 2012 - Only 1 year after its inception, the People that Deliver (PtD) Initiative is already able to show evidence of its impact on the professionalization of human resources for supply chain management (HR for SCM) in developing countries’ health systems.
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As part of the Africa Liberation Day, The Pharmaceutical Journal published a story on how the role of pharmacists in developing countries could be enhanced. Lloyd Matowe -director of Pharmaceutical Systems Africa- reports. You can read the whole article by clicking this link.
Oct 31st-Nov 2nd, 2012 - Experts will gather in Beijing, China to share new evidence, identify opportunities and gaps, build understanding across disciplinary boundaries, and discuss the way forward to support HSR and the use of evidence in decision-making in low- and middle-income countries. Find out more
July 26th, 2012 - Experts in health workforce and supply chain management discussed strengthening and professionalizing the supply chain workforce.
November 14-16th, 2012 - Registration is now open for the 2012 Global Health Supply Chain (GHSC) Summit on November 14-16, 2012, in Kigali, Rwanda. To register and access information about the event, please visit the Summit website.
September 2012 - Back to School with LAPTOP: the Coalition announces two scholarships to attend a training course offered by any institution listed in the Learning and Professional Training Opportunities database.
September 2012 - Find a list of Global Health and Supply Chain Management Events worldwide.
November 14-16th, 2012 - Contribute to the 5th Global Health Supply Chain Summit - Bringing Supply Chain Challenges Forward from the Field to the Research Agenda, organized for the first time in Africa. See full document here