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Swaziland Medicine Safety Watch

Inside this issue:

  • Pharmacovigilance in Swaziland
  • Update on 2016-2017 Spontaneous Reporting Systems
  • Medicine Safety Alerts
  • How to Report an ADE
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SIAPS Bangladesh Newsletter: January – June 2017

Inside this issue:

  • SIAPS Coorganizes D4D in Health Conference in Dhaka
  • Square Hospital Limited: A Journey Toward Medicine Safety in Bangladesh
  • 18th LCF Meeting Held
  • SIAPS Assists DGFP to Cope with Post-Fire Supply Management Challenges
  • DGDA’s GMP Inspection Capacity Strengthened
  • SIAPS Develops Interoperability between DHIS2 and e-TB Manager
  • Basic Logistics Management Capacity of DGHS Officials Enhanced
  • SIAPS Officially Hands Over SCMP to MOHFW
  • DGFP Officials’ Technical Capacity to Develop Quality Tender Documents Enhanced
  • Dissemination of DGDA’s Five-Year Strategic Plan in Bangladesh
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SIAPS Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 2: Post-Ebola Recovery in Sierra Leone

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
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SIAPS Bangladesh Newsletter: October – December 2016

Inside this issue:

  • Bangladesh Health and Family Welfare Minister Officially Launches SDP Dashboard Module
  • CMSD’s Warehouse Operations Management Capacity Strengthened
  • Standardization of Medical Equipment Ensures Better Public Health Services
  • DGDA Extends Pharmacovigilance Program
  • NTP Officials’ Warehouse Inventory Management Capacity Enhanced through Training
  • Expansion of DGHS eLMIS to Improve Availability of MNCH Medicines
  • SIAPS Develops Manuals to Streamline Subnational Procurement Processes
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SIAPS Bangladesh Newsletter: February 2016

Inside this issue:

  • Bangladesh National Drug Formulary 2015 Launched
  • Real-Time Stock Reporting: Safeguarding the Lives of Women and Children
  • Health Information System Mapping Analysis Conducted
  • MOHFW Gears Up to Take Over SCMP
  • DGDA Partners with KOICA to Bolster Staff Capacity
  • Electronic Logistics Management Information System Developed for DGHS
  • Reducing Newborn and Child Death through Public-Private Partnership
  • Innovative Approach Helps Peripheral TB Patients Get Quality Medicines
  • Development of the 4th HPNSDP is Underway
  • International Training Enhances MOHFW’s Official’s Procurement Capacity
  • SOP Developed to Strengthen DGDA’s Post-Marketing Surveillance Capacity
  • SIAPS Extends Support to Bangladesh Country Coordination Mechanism
  • Harmonization of Inventory Tools Improves DGHS’ Inventory Management
  • Ensuring Medicine Safety through Improved Pharmacovigilance
  • e-TB Manager Improves Recording and REporting for TB Control
  • SMC’s Logistics Management Improves with SIAPS Assistance
  • Abstracts and Poster Presentations Showcasing SIAPS Bangladesh at International Forums in 2015
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Malaria Newsletter: April 2016

Welcome to the 2016 Edition of the Malaria Newsletter! We are glad you are reading. In this edition, you will find information on the tremendous work that is being done by the National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) and its partners to reduce malaria-related morbidity and mortality in South Sudan.

This April 25, 2016, South Sudan joins the rest of the world in commemorating World Malaria Day with the national theme, “Towards Malaria-Free South Sudan.” This national theme meshes well with the global theme of “End Malaria for Good.” As indicated in the findings of the 2009 and 2013 Malaria Indicators Survey, South Sudan is making steady progress in the fight against malaria. But, the country is still a ways off from achieving the targets set in the 2007-2013 National Malaria Strategic Plan. It is imperative that the Ministry of Health (MOH) continues to scale up and sustain all malaria interventions in the country.

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