Promising Practices in Supply Chain Management

This tool should be used by ministries of health and/or their partners when researching proven or promises practices in supply chain management, whether in a cross-cutting context or in specific domains such as quantification, procurement, distribution, etc.

Capacity building, Distribution, Management, Procurement, Quantification, Storage, Use

  • Sub-categories Assessments and Research, HIV/AIDS, Human Resource, Immunization, Malaria, Reproductive health, TB
  • Commodities Medicines, Reproductive health products, Vaccines
  • Latest update 2014
  • Version
  • Developed by Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS)
  • When to use This tool should be used by ministries of health and/or their partners when researching proven or promises practices in supply chain management, whether in a cross-cutting context or in specific domains such as quantification, procurement, distribution, etc.
  • Languages English
  • Level of use Central, District, Facility, Regional
  • Form PDF series
  • Amount of training / TA required N/C
  • Inputs & outputs N/C
  • Cost Free
  • Advantages N/C
  • Limitations N/C
  • Availability http://siapsprogram.org/publication/promising-practices-in-supply-chain-management/
  • Remarks This series of briefs provides promising practices to guide ministries of health and their partners on ways other EWEC countries have addressed supply chain barriers and challenges. It documents over 30 proven or promising practices and related case studies.
  • Contact Beth Yeager, byeager@msh.org
  • Submission date 2015-01-29 02:00:00