Each year, the Swaziland Ministry of Health’s Central Medical Store (CMS) conducts a one-year quantification exercise to budget for HIV commodities. In 2012/2013, using supply planning software developed by the United States Agency of International Development (USAID)-funded Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS), the Ministry was able to save $US 6.1 million by avoiding … Read more
Swaziland’s Central Medical Store worked with SIAPS to carry out a one-year quantification exercise for HIV commodities that informed quantities and budgets required for FY 2013 through FY 2014. SIAPS put into place a systematic process for supply planning using the Pipeline® Monitoring and Procurement Planning System (PipeLine), a software tool designed to help program managers monitor the status … Read more
The aim of the assessment was to determine the impact of introducing the Swaziland STG/EML as measured by the outpatient prescribing patterns in Swaziland. This measurement will be made by conducting both a pre- and post-STG/EML implementation assessment.