July 2015 - PtD Newsflash No. 16
July 2015 - PtD Newsflash No. 16
May 2015 - PtD Newsflash No.15
May 27, 2015 - In Spanish
Experiences from the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC)
Vacancy Announcement -
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PtD publishes a competency framework for leaders and managers responsible for health supply chains.
Report by Village Reach
March 2015 - Conference Theme: Professionnalising Fleet Excellence. To be held in Rome, Italy, from 3- 4 June 2015.
People that Deliver publishes a realist review of UN sources on the Human Resource Development in SCM
March 2015 - PtD Newsflash No. 14
14th TechNet Conference, 11-15 May 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand
This year’s theme: “Immunization Supply Chain and Logistics: Current Challenges, Innovations and Future Prospects”
The "SCM Leadership Competency Framework" surveys.
The conference proceedings for the 2nd PtD Global Conference published today in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice.
December 2014 - PtD Newsflash No. 13 - Special Conference Issue
The Innovation Fund is the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition’s flagship initiative for inspiring and financing new activities that further the Coalition’s strategic goals and those of its Implementing Mechanisms (IM): Working Groups, Caucuses, and Regional Forums. It is a critical catalyst for bridging all the sectors—advocacy, technical, commercial—that make up the Coalition’s large and diverse membership.
Report by The Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research (AHPSR)
In its 2014 Flagship Report, "Medicines in Health Systems: Advancing access, affordability and appropriate use", the Alliance employs a health systems approach to provide an analysis of essential medicines in LMICs
September 2014: The People that Deliver Newsflash No.12
August 2014: The 2014 USAID-Sponsored Scholarship Program for the Humanitarian Logistics Certification Program (HLCP).
This series of briefs, commissioned by the Supply and Awareness Technical Reference Team (TRT) of the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women’s and Children’s Health (UNColSC), aims to share some of the promising practices and tested solutions from Every Women Every Child (EWEC) countries
July 2014: Trial of the PtD Competency Compendium for Health Supply Chain Management
July 2014: The People that Deliver Newsflash No.11
PtD announces the publication of 'Country Guide: Applying for Public Health Supply Chain Management Development Funds'.
Post Graduate and In-service Training in Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management in Ethiopia: The Case of Jimma University, School of Pharmacy
Recognizing the importance of this work from, the GAVI Alliance partners, GAVI Secretariat, WHO, UNICEF, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are currently designing a supply chain strategy to increase investment in supply chains, coordinate global activities on the issue, and ensure that more children receive the vaccines they need.
March 2014: Advocacy: Supporting PtD Members & SCM leaders as the agents of change
This three week online discussion will introduce HR as a barrier to SCM effectiveness, introduce a systematic approach that is being used to address HR issues, and take a closer look at education approaches.
The 2nd People that Deliver Global Conference on “Human Resources in Supply Chain Management”
28th - 30th October 2014, UN City, Copenhagen, Denmark
The Pacific Medical Supply Workers Buddy Network is a professional network of senior pharmacists, health program managers and other senior health personnel from 13 Pacific countries to share ideas and help solve the problems they face in ensuring reliable medical supplies in their countries.
Countries working to provide quality health care often face bottlenecks in keeping remote health clinics stocked with essential medicines.
Management Sciences for Health have just released their 28th e-Newsletter edition of the USAID-funded, MSH-led SIAPS, SCMS & BLC projects in Namibia, covering the period January – February 2014.
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.