Project dates: 2012-2018
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SIAPS worked with global and in-country partners to improve access to and use of life-saving medicines for women and children, thereby contributing to ending preventable child and maternal deaths. By promoting a pharmaceutical systems strengthening approach, SIAPS activities went beyond addressing supply chain challenges to incorporate interventions to positively affect the system as a whole, from strengthening pharmaceutical legislation, regulations, and policies to supporting appropriate community case management (CCM) and patient-centered care. SIAPS strategies that were implemented at the global and country levels included improving governance of pharmaceutical systems, strengthening supply chain management (SCM) capacity, increasing the availability of pharmaceutical information for decision making, developing appropriate pharmaceutical financing strategies, and promoting rational use of medicines and supplies.
Project dates: 2013-2017
Project dates: 2012-2017
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.
Project dates: 2011-2018
Project dates: 2011-2017
Project dates: September 2011-September 2016
Project dates: September 2011-March 2018
Several partners and initiatives contribute to the control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) at the global level. However, deficiencies in the capacity of NTD programs to manage the donation, storage, and distribution of neglected tropical disease drugs (NTDDs) for mass drug administration (MDA) still remain. Working in tandem with partners, stakeholders, and NTD programs in priority countries, SIAPS provided the required coordination and technical expertise to advance the NTD control agenda and address issues and concerns of global initiatives as they relate to NTDDs.
Project dates: 2012-2018
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