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Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) Program Inventory of Key Technical Resources

The main purpose of this inventory is to serve as a reference to help stakeholders working in the pharmaceutical sector easily access and use already available SIAPS resources, including tools, experiences, and results. The document is also intended to serve as a technical legacy for SIAPS to support knowledge exchange and sustainability of related work. The inventory is organized around the key program technical intervention areas as defined previously by the program. The document captures all key tools/approaches used by SIAPS (whether produced by SIAPS, a predecessor program, or a partner); selected country experiences in the form of technical reports or relevant materials; and other materials such as presentations, publications, technical briefs, and success stories that capture some of the results achieved by SIAPS.

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President’s Malaria Initiative End Use Verification Survey

The end use verification (EUV) survey was conducted on December 21-30, 2017, in the departments of Zou and Collines. The main objective of the EUV survey was to verify the continuous availability of malaria commodities in malaria patients’ last point of contact. The survey intended to ensure that good diagnostic and prescription practices within these last points of contact, i.e., health facilities (health clinics or zone hospitals), were in line with the new treatment guidelines. Data collection period was December 26-30, 2017.

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OSPSANTE: Guide de l’Utilisateur

L’objectif de l’outil OSPSANTE est de capturer, de suivre, d’agréger et de diffuser des informations sur les produits de Nutrition et de lutte contre le paludisme, la PF, la SMI et le VIH, pour soutenir la prise de décision basée sur des éléments de preuve au Mali. L’outil OSPSANTE aidera le pays et les organisations internationales, telles que l’USAID, l’ONUSIDA, l’OMS, le Fonds mondial et autres parties prenantes à améliorer les prévisions, la planification de l’approvisionnement et les achats pour permettre la disponibilité continue des produits de Nutrition et de lutte contre le paludisme, de la PF, de la SMI, et du VIH. Le présent guide de l’utilisateur permettra d’utiliser facilement l’outil OSPSANTE. Il fournit des conseils pas à pas pour accéder à l’outil OSPSANTE et générer des rapports.

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Rapport de l’enquête sur la vérification de l’utilisation finale des produits de lutte contre le paludisme au Mali, août 9-29, 2017

La présente édition de l’EUV a été réalisée août 9-29, 2017, sous la direction du PNLP dans les régions du sud du Mali. L’objectif de l’étude est de contribuer à améliorer la disponibilité, la gestion, et l’utilisation des médicaments et autres intrants antipaludiques dans les structures sanitaires publiques et parapubliques du Mali. C’est une étude de type transversal et descriptif qui s’est intéressée aux points de prestation de soins, ainsi qu’aux points de distribution et de dispensation des intrants antipaludiques dans les structures sanitaires des régions de Kayes, Koulikoro, Sikasso, Ségou, Mopti, et le district de Bamako.

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Evaluation of community case management of malaria in the pilot health districts of Ghombo, Gashoho, and Mabayi

To accelerate achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and universal health coverage, Burundi has implemented different strategies, including PECADOM, or home-based community management of malaria. A PECADOM implementation guide was developed that compiled relevant information to inform the Ministry of Public Health and the Fight against AIDS officials about its implementation. The overall goal of PECADOM is to help reduce mortality caused by malaria.This document is an external evaluation report conducted in the three districts of Gashoho, Gahombo, and Mabayi, after 24, 19, and 12 months of implementation, respectively. The following chapters present the objectives and methodology of the evaluation, the key findings, lessons learned, challenges, and conclusions and recommendations.

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Toward Building Resilient Pharmaceutical Systems: SIAPS Final Report

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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Manual de tratamiento de la malaria

La Malaria o Paludismo es una enfermedad parasitaria, producida por protozoarios del género Plasmodium spp., transmitida por la picadura de un mosquito hembra del género Anopheles. En Bolivia, los casos de malaria son producidos por dos especies parasitarias: P .falciparum y P. vivax. Para que se produzca la enfermedad y se genere el ciclo de transmisión de ésta son necesarios: la hembra del mosquito (vector), el parásito (agente causante de la enfermedad) y el hombre (reservorio de los plasmodios humanos).

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Research protocol for the KAP study of Malaria treatment in Suriname

In order to completely eradicate malaria in Suriname, it is important that gold miners and other inhabitants of gold mining areas test for malaria, use the prescribed treatment, and use the treatment correctly. The Government of Suriname malaria program aims to launch an intervention campaign to motivate gold miners to improve their treatment behavior. In this context, the objective of the present study is collect baseline data on malaria treatment behavior in small-scale gold mining areas as well as information that can be used to design an intervention campaign. This will contribute to the broader goal of improving access to adequate treatment and adherence to treatment regimes in gold mining areas and Paramaribo, and thus contribute to the eradication of malaria in Suriname.

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SIAPS Annual Report: Program Year 6

To learn more about SIAPS program activities worldwide, please read our annual report for program year 6.

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In the news: Defeating Malaria through Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening

SIAPS’ role to control malaria was recently featured in Health & Humanitarian: The Supply Chain Review. Between 2000 and 2015, malaria case incidences declined by 41% and mortality rates by 62%. However, approximately 212 million people were infected and 429,000 people died in 2015, with the majority being children under the age of 5 in […]

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