December 1, 2018
This document is the final report completed after an NSCA 2.0 full scale assessment was completed in Zambia in 2017.
In Ethiopia, Gender Analysis Findings for the Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency on Women’s Supply Chain Participation and Leadership
November 8, 2018
Ethiopia's Pharmaceuticals Fund and Supply Agency, with the support of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project, launched a study to identify workplace segregation and the gender-related factors that contribute to segregation in the supply chain workforce. This technical brief provides an overview of the study and its results, which seek to guide the recruitment of women into jobs traditionally considered the province of men and to address the larger shortage of supply chain managers in Ethiopia’s health sector.
February 13, 2018
GHSC-PSM is committed to incorporating lessons learned over the last decade of global health supply chain management and exploring industry innovations that will lead to better, more efficient supply chain. Central to this commitment is the implementation and use of global supply chain standards for product identification, location identification, and product master data. This document presents the business case for adoption and implementation of global standards. This document discusses the current approach to product identification, party/location identification, and master data…
November 1, 2017
This document is the final report annexes completed after an NSCA 2.0 full scale assessment was completed in Rwanda in 2017.
November 1, 2017
This document is the final report completed after an NSCA 2.0 full scale assessment was completed in Rwanda in 2017.
October 15, 2017
This report, prepared by 1WorldSync, Inc., is a recommendation report on the best approach to integrate the GDSN with ARTMIS, primarily these of the GDSN network and e-commerce messaging to integrate the data received from the GHSC-PSM suppliers into the GHSC-PSM ARTMIS system. The recommendations are based upon collaborative discussions held between GHSC-PSM business and technical staff and 1WorldSync.