Data Entry Guidelines for the Logistics Indicators Assessment Tool (LIAT)

Supply chain assessments are conducted periodically to support the development of logistics systems. As assessments become a standard part of overall logistics management, the capacity of in-country stakeholders to drive the assessment process needs to increase.

This document provides guidelines on how to conduct data entry for logistic indicators.

Capacity building, Distribution, Inventory Management, LMIS, Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, Policy, Pricing, Procurement

  • Sub-categories Assessments and Research, HIV/AIDS, Human Resource, Immunization, Malaria, Noncommunicable diseases (NCD), Reproductive health, TB
  • Commodities Medicines, Mosquito nets, Reproductive health products, Vaccines
  • Latest update 2016-10-11 20:11:00
  • Version PDF Format
  • Developed by USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
  • When to use Supply chain assessments are conducted periodically to support the development of logistics systems. As assessments become a standard part of overall logistics management, the capacity of in-country stakeholders to drive the assessment process needs to increase. This document provides guidelines on how to conduct data entry for logistic indicators.
  • Languages English
  • Level of use Central, District, Facility, Regional
  • Form None
  • Amount of training / TA required None
  • Inputs & outputs None
  • Cost Free
  • Advantages As a guide to conducting supply chain assessments with the Logistics System Assessment Tool (LSAT) and the Logistics Indicators Assessment Tool (LIAT), this document is meant to support capacity building and supplement the lessons that evaluators have learned from their own experience. The LSAT and LIAT have become standard methods for conducting evaluations of health commodity supply chains in the developing world.
  • Limitations None
  • Availability Downloadable PDF Only
  • Remarks This guide is a companion to the LSAT and LIAT and is intended for people who manage or conduct assessments using either tool. These may include program managers, technical advisors, personnel from various nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and ministry of health (MOH) officials.
  • Downloadable files DataEntryGuidLIAT.pdf
    DataEntryGuidLIAT.pdf
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  • Submission date 2016-10-11 02:00:00