Join PFSCM, JSI and inSupply at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit 2020
Strong supply chains are critical for saving and improving the lives of children, families, and communities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, these supply chains must continue to ensure that frontline health workers have the supplies and medicines they need to manage the virus and continue equally important routine health services.
Please join PFSCM and our parent company JSI and its affiliates, inSupply Health, at this year’s Global Health Supply Chain Summit from November 17-19, 2020 to learn how we are helping to build, scale-up, and manage robust, resilient global health supply chains during COVID-19 and beyond.
See our presentations below:
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
- JSI: Redesigning immunization supply chains: results from three country analyses. Authored by Wendy Prosser, presented by Wendy Prosser, Olamide Folorunso (UNICEF). 11:45 AM ET, Track 4, Integration and Redesign
- PFSCM: Technology, partnerships and governance that enable agility and coordination for resilient global health supply chains. Authored by Charles Davenport, Ishmael Muchemenyi, presented by Charles Davenport. 11:45 am ET, Track 4, Integration and Redesign
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
- JSI: Indonesia goes mobile to manage family planning commodities. Authored by, Barbara Lamphere, Omar Balsara, Baakal Tesfaye; presented by Barbara Lamphere and Omar Balsara. 11:45 am ET, Track 7, Policy and Reform
- inSupply: cStock for Supply chain responsiveness and resilience in ASAL Counties in Kenya, authored and presented by Abdi Sadik Abdikarim. 11:45 am ET, Track 6, LMIS and Digitization
Thursday, November 19, 2020
- inSupply: Building data use capacity of health workers using virtual learning packages for a more responsive and resilient supply chain during COVID-19. Authored and presented by Zoya Mohamed. 9:00 am ET, Track 9, Human Resources
- inSupply: Developmental Evaluation (DE) in Practice: How DE has helped measure health worker motivation in nomadic and semi-nomadic populations in Kenya, and contributed to adaptable community-based distribution programming. Authored by Danielson Kennedy Onyango, Ann-Marie Yongho, Yasmin Chandani; presented by Danielson Kennedy Onyango and Ann-Marie Yongho. 9:00 am ET, Track 9, Human Resources
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