SIAPS Final Report showcases achievements across 46 countries. Interventions are described by intermediate results and health areas and demonstrate how SIAPS successfully worked with a range of stakeholders, including Ministries of Health, to bolster pharmaceutical systems and address country-specific needs.
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To better coordinate activities undertaken by all interested stakeholders to control the Ebola outbreak, the Malian government enacted Decision N° 2014-0850/PM-RM of November 14, 2014, resulting in the development of a contingency plan and the establishment of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC). A quantification exercise was conducted with technical assistance and financing from the SIAPS Program for the preparation of consensus-based forecasts, with input from interested stakeholders. This process will facilitate efforts to raise and secure funding for the procurement of needed commodities for the control of Ebola.
Sierra Leone Project Update: Developing a Commodity Dashboard to Track Medicine Stock and Related Health Data
To take systems strengthening support to the next level, SIAPS is introducing a web-based enhanced information graphic display platform. The dashboard features data from each health facility and supply structure and will provide real-time access to patient and commodity information. The end goal is for the dashboard to be used to visualize graphic data on health programs, patient uptake, and stock status in about 1,300 health facilities in all districts of the country.
Inside this issue:
- Updated Treatment Register Streamlines Patient Recording Process
- CRMS Conducts Second Cycle; Reforms Made per First Cycle
- SIAPS Supports Launch of Four DTCs
- Pharmaceutical Dashboard to include CRMS Data
- AMR Gets a Call to Action
- Strengthening Quantification Practices using CRMS Data and Electronic Tools
SIAPS joined those involved in supply chain management in Sierra Leone to collaborate on a plan to handle products for reverse logistics and proper disposal. The turnkey activity of segregating, sorting, documenting, packing and preparing for collection by the district medical stores is part of the technical assistance the SIAPS Project supports in the country; namely, establishing and using a Continuous Results Monitoring System (CRMS) in nearly all health facilities. The CRMS tracks a series of indicators for medicine availability and disease case management, including storage adequacy, overstocks of medicines, and expiry management.
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