SIAPS Namibia applied the capacity building approach to support the Ministry of Health and Social Services to enhance the capacity of two local training institutions—UNAM-SoP and the NHTC—to train pharmacists and PAs, respectively. With SIAPS technical assistance for defining a career path for PAs, UNAM-SoP started training pharmacy technicians, a new cadre in Namibia. SIAPS also … Read more
To assess the feasibility of launching a pharmacy training program or programs in Swaziland, the assessment considered the establishment of different pharmacy training programs with different training models, taking into consideration market requirements in both the public and private sectors. The feasibility assessment recommended the ideal curriculum to be adopted for Swaziland.
This series of briefs, commissioned by the Supply and Awareness Technical Reference Team (TRT) of the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women’s and Children’s Health (UNColSC), aims to share some of the promising practices and tested solutions from Every Women Every Child (EWEC) countries. The promising practices in these briefs provide ministries of health … Read more
On March 26, Dr. Maheen Malik, Senior Technical Advisor for the US Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program and Management Sciences for Health (MSH), briefed the Congressional Women’s Caucus on strengthening the health workforce in fragile countries. This blog is re-posted from the MSH website. It … Read more