The purpose, objectives, and activities of this program are designed to reflect the Government of Sierra Leone’s Health Sector Recovery Plan. Specifically, SIAPS will provide support for strengthening the supply chain system, including capacity-building activities that focus on district-and peripheral-unit levels to assist in restarting programs of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MOHS); the DDMS (which is responsible for coordinating and providing pharmaceutical services, including promoting rational use of medicines); the National Pharmaceutical Procurement Unit; and the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone.
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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.
By Stacy Lu, SIAPS Technical Writer Based on USAID/Angola’s Gindungo Newsletter by Paul McDermott, Acting USAID/Angola Mission Director, and Gastao Figueiredo, Editor The Angolan Central Procurement Agency for Medicines and Medical Supplies (CECOMA) has developed a draft strategy to reform and strengthen the country’s pharmaceuticals system. CECOMA developed the strategy during a hree-day workshop in June […]
Mali faces difficulty in ensuring the availability of HIV and AIDS medicines and supplies. Inadequate tools for quantifying the needs for medicines, poor donor coordination around the national HIV commodities forecasting, and an inadequate supply plan has affected not only the consensus on quantification results of HIV and AIDS commodities, but also the very commitment […]
- Using Support Supervisory Visits for Monitoring and Mentorship for Pharmaceutical Services Delivery in Namibia
SIAPS has supported the Division: Pharmaceutical Services to conduct support supervisory visit (SSVs) to monitor and assess progress of the […]
SIAPS helped improve pharmaceutical product quality by building the capacity of the Namibia Medicines Regulatory Council (NMRC) to review medicine […]
The purpose, objectives, and activities of this program are designed to reflect the Government of Sierra Leone’s Health Sector Recovery […]