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July 2015 Bangladesh Newsletter

The overall goal of the SIAPS/Bangladesh program is to build the capacity of MOHFW and its key directorates—DGFP, DGHS, DGDA, and HED—and other indigenous institutions to efficiently and effectively manage their procurement and supply chain management activities. Special focus will be given to TB commodity management at all levels. Read about their progress toward this goal in their July 2015 newsletter.

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June 2015 SIAPS/SCMS/BLC Newsletter

In this issue:

  • CAFO’s Future Brightens After Successful Implementation of OVC Grant
  • Capacitating Pharmacy Staff in Using the Electronic Dispensing Tool for Improved Antiretroviral Therapy Services
  • Improved Skills and Stronger Organizational Capacity of Tonata to Deliver services to PLHIV
  • Enhancing the Skills of Central Medical Stores Staff in Supply Chain Data Analysis and Visualization
  • Strengthening Regional Management Teams’ Oversight of Accountability for Pharmaceuticals
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April 2015 SIAPS/SCMS/BLC Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Piloting Mobile Phone Messaging Services to Enhance Patient Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment
  • Information on Antiretroviral and Other Medicines Registered in Namibia Now Available on a Web-based Platform
  • BLC Disburses a Capacity Development Grant to Tonata to Improve Service Delivery by the Network of PLHIV in Namibia
  • Synergy with UNAM’s School of Medicine in Building Local Expertise for Preventing Antimicrobial Resistance
  • First Class of Pharmacists Graduates from the SIAPS-supported School of Pharmacy in Namibia
  • Inaugural Pharmacist Assistant Forum: A New Platform for Disseminating Pharmaceutical Services Information for Decision-making in Namibia
  • Effective Global Fund Grant Management for Improved HIV/AIDS Service Delivery
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March 2015 Bangladesh Newsletter

The overall goal of the SIAPS/Bangladesh program is to build the capacity of MOHFW and its key directorates—DGFP, DGHS, DGDA, and HED—and other indigenous institutions to efficiently and effectively manage their procurement and supply chain management activities. Special focus will be given to TB commodity management at all levels. Read about their progress toward this goal in their March 2015 newsletter.

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February 2015 SIAPS/SCMS/BLC Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Namibia transitions to a once-a-day antiretroviral pill
  • Pharmaceutical human resources development for the sustained provision of quality antiretroviral treatment at health facilities in Namibia
  • Developing caregiver skills for the improved care and support of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC)
  • Monitoring site-level trends in HIV Drug Resistance Early Warning Indicators among children on treatment
  • SIAPS and SCMS participate in joint pharmaceutical management supportive supervision visits of ART sites
  • ART site improvement through monitoring system (SIMS) assessment in the Kavango and Zambezi Regions
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February 2015 Bangladesh Newsletter

The overall goal of the SIAPS/Bangladesh program is to build the capacity of MOHFW and its key directorates—DGFP, DGHS, DGDA, and HED—and other indigenous institutions to efficiently and effectively manage their procurement and supply chain management activities. Special focus will be given to TB commodity management at all levels. Read about their progress toward this goal in their February 2015 newsletter.

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December 2014 SIAPS/SCMS/BLC Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Enhancing the Capacity of Namibia’s CMS Staff in Pharmaceutical Warehousing and Distribution
  • Improving OVC Service Delivery by Building the Capacity of CSOs: CAFO’s Experience
  • Assuring Safety of Antiretroviral Medicines Through Sentinel-based Pharmacovigilance in Namibia
  • Creating Medicines Inventory Management Champions to Support Decentralization of Antiretroviral Treatment Services in Namibia
  • Namibia’s National Health Training Center Develops a Manual for Sustaining the Quality of Pharmacy Assistants’ Training
  • SCMS Contributes to Improved Availability of Antiretroviral Medicines in Namibia
  • Utilizing Dispensing Data in Making Decisions on Improving the Quality of Service Delivery at Antiretroviral Therapy Sites in Namibia
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SIAPS Newsletter January 2015

For more information about SIAPS activities during the last quarter, please look at our current SIAPS Newsletter.

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May 2014 Bangladesh Newsletter

The overall goal of the SIAPS/Bangladesh program is to build the capacity of MOHFW and its key directorates—DGFP, DGHS, DGDA, and HED—and other indigenous institutions to efficiently and effectively manage their procurement and supply chain management activities. Special focus will be given to TB commodity management at all levels. Read about their progress toward this goal in their May 2014 newsletter.

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August 2014 Bangladesh Newsletter

Inside this issue:

  • Ground-Breaking Efficiency Measures for Hospital Equipment
  • Development of Pricing and Specifications for Medical Equipment
  • SIAPS Forecasts Needs for Life-Saving MNCH Commodities
  • Assessment Sheds Light on How Local Procurement Affects Access to
  • Improved Logistics Management through Staff Training
  • World TB Day Activities
  • 2nd Conference of The Union South-East Asia Region
  • Capacity Building for Upazila Officials on SDP Logistics Reporting
  • New Equipment Tracking System Developed to Manage Medical
  • Better Reports for Prompt Decision Making
  • Workshop on Logistics Reporting and Tracking System for Priority
  • Harmonized Documentation for Medicine Regulatory Functions Benefits from International Standards
  • Improved Medicines Registration at the National Level
  • Transparency, Accountability, and Good Governance in Medicine
  • DGDA Gains Access to VigiBase
  • ADE Database to Strengthen ADR Reporting
  • LMIS Extended to Stock Managers
  • Regular Coordination Fosters Stock Status Report Preparation
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