The Government of Swaziland (GoS) has made significant progress in addressing the HIV and AIDS epidemic through a series of strategic plans and frameworks. An important component of the plans and frameworks is the regular and systematic quantification of HIV and AIDS commodities to ensure the regular and uninterrupted supply of life-saving medicines. This technical report details the quantification exercise carried out the government, which included antiretroviral medicines (ARVs) for antiretroviral therapy (ART), medicines for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), medicines for opportunistic infections (e.g., co-trimoxazole prophylaxis), medicines for isoniazid preventive therapy (IPT) such as isoniazid (INH), and medicines for Kaposi’s sarcoma.
In this issue:
National PV Program Launched, Workshop on Condemnation of Unusable and Obsolete Items, Workshop to Finalize the Procurement Operations Manual, Monthly DGFP Procurement Meeting, De-Junking of Obsolete Items from the Family Planning Central Warehouse, SIAPS Hands Over Stock Status Reporting System to the DGFP, SOPs for Supply Chain Management of TB Drugs and Supplies, Workshop to Develop a Standard Bidding Document, ADRM Cell Declared as the National Drug Monitoring Centre, Training on PV and Regulatory Systems for PV Focal Persons
Consultative Workshop on Supply Manual Revision Directorate General of Family Planning March 3–5, 2012
With the changes in DGFP supply policies and procedures over a course of time, the manual was revised and edited subsequently in 1978, 1986, 1990, 1999, and the last revised version in 2006. The workshop’s main objective was to review the supply manual and attain consensus among the participants.
Integrating Management of TB and HIV Medicine and Commodity Supply into Regional Health Services within the SUGEMI Framework
This report describes the process for transferring the inventories of tuberculosis medicines and HIV medicines and supplies from the Program for Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission and prepackaged therapy kits for the syndromic management of sexually transmitted infections, from the Provincial/Municipal Health Directorates to the Regional Health Services and activities carried out subsequent to the national inventory for integrating these inventories into SUGEMI.
Este informe describe el proceso de transferencia de las existencias de medicamentos e insumos sanitarios de tuberculosis y VIH –del Programa Prevención de Transmisión Maternoinfantil y kits de terapia pre-empacada para el manejo sindrómico de las infecciones de transmisión sexual– desde las Direcciones Provinciales/Municipales de Salud hacia los SRS y actividades realizadas para su integración al SUGEMI a partir del inventario nacional.
A comprehensive assessment of DPM’s medicine regulatory system was conducted September to October 2017 by SIAPS funded by USAID. The […]
A presentation by Kwesi Eghan, Principal Technical Advisor, on March 19, 2018.
According to the World Health Organization, many countries spend 30–40% of their health care budgets on medicines and medical commodities, […]