News archive from the International Association of Public Health Logisticians, established in 2007 to promote the professionalization of the field of public health logistics through education and information sharing.

Designing supply chains to meet the growing need of vaccines: evidence from four countries

Immunization supply chains (iSCs) move vaccines from manufacturer to point of use with the added complexities of requiring cold chain and an increasing need for agility and efficiency to ensure vaccine quality and availability. Underperforming iSCs have been widely acknowledged as a key constraint to achieving high immunization coverage rates in lo...
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Sponsorship Opportunity: Attend the Association For Supply Chain Management (ASCM) CONNECT Annual Conference – Application Enclosed

By Rachel Simon on October 10th, 2021The International Association of Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL) enables people working in public health supply chains, especially in the global south, to connect, learn, and succeed. The association envisions a world where strong, well-run supply chains reach all people with life-saving health products, and ...
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Évaluation de la conception centrée sur l’humain pour le développement professionnel et le renforcement des capacités de l’IAPHL: Résumé des Résultats de l’Evaluation

The post Évaluation de la conception centrée sur l’humain pour le développement professionnel et le renforcement des capacités de l’IAPHL: Résumé des Résultats de l’Evaluation appeared first on IAPHL.Original linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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Evaluación sobre desarrollo profesional y desarrollo de capacidades de IAPHL: Resumen de resultados

The post Evaluación sobre desarrollo profesional y desarrollo de capacidades de IAPHL: Resumen de resultados appeared first on IAPHL.Original linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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IAPHL Professional Development and Capacity Building Human Centered Design Assessment: Summary of Findings

Please click the link below to view the Summary of Findings document for the IAPHL Professional Development and Capacity Building Human Centered Design Assessment conducted in 2021. Versions are also available in French and Spanish.IAPHL Professional Development and Capacity Building Human Centered Design Assessment: Summary of FindingsOriginal lin...
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IAPHL Quarterly Workforce Development Article Review – September 2021

We are pleased to share with you the IAPHL quarterly Workforce Development article review. In this review, we focused on a broad spectrum of opportunities and challenges affecting supply chain workforce. These articles include technology, pharmaceuticals, public health, and leadership.In this review, there is a range of topics across the Workforce ...
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IAPHL Quarterly Workforce Development Article Review – June 2021

We are pleased to share with you the 1st ‘IAPHL quarterly Workforce Development article review’. In this review, we focused on a broad spectrum of opportunities and challenges affecting supply chain workforce. These articles include technology, and human resources. In this review, there is a range of topics across the Workforce Development and Supp...
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Listserv Submission Contest!

By Rachel Simon on April 20th, 2021Now through June 1st, you could win an IAPHL “swag bag” for your contributions to the listserv. What will you win? An IAPHL t-shirt, pin, pen, and a notebook. We will have three winners in the following categories:1. Most informative submission on the listserv that discusses what is happening in public health supp...
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Webinar and Moderated Discussion: Supply Chains for Noncommunicable Diseases

By Rachel Simon on January 19th, 2021Join IAPHL and the PATH noncommunicable diseases team February 10th at 8:00 AM EST / 1:00 PM GMT for a short 30-minute webinar on the critical importance of strengthening NCD supply chains. Marilyn Noguera, Dr. Josphat Samoei, and Williams Kwarah will provide highlights from projects in Ghana and Kenya that focu...
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Webinar Recap and Recording: Investing in the Supply Chain is Critical to Achieving Family Planning Goals

By Rachel Simon on December 15th, 2020IAPHL Executive Director, Walter Proper, participates in the High Impact Practices for Family Planning (HIPs) Partnership’s Webinar, Investing in the Supply Chain is Critical to Achieving Family Planning Goals, on November 19, 2020.  For a recap of the webinar, click here. Webinar Recap and Recording: Investing...
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Sponsorship Opportunity: Attend the 2020 SAPICS Virtual Conference (Application Enclosed)

By Rachel Simon on October 16th, 2020The International Association of Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL) enables people working in public health supply chains, especially in the global south, to connect, learn, and succeed. The association envisions a world where strong, well-run supply chains reach all people with life-saving health products, and ...
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Moderated Discussion with UNICEF: Technical Assistance and Health Supply Chains

By Rachel Simon on October 16th, 2020Description: Welcome to the expanded consultation on technical assistance and health supply chains. UNICEF and global partners have been working on developing an approach that can drive collective alignment towards a country-owned, sustainable model of technical assistance (TA) using a continuous improvement app...
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IAPHL Ghana Chapter: Health Supply Chain Webinar Series

By Rachel Simon on September 8th, 2020Join the IAPHL Ghana Chapter on September 16, 2020 14:00 GMT for a webinar on “Building A Resilient Health Supply Chain in Ghana: Drivers, Constraints and Best Practices.” Zoom information is below.IAPHL Ghana Chapter: Health Supply Chain Webinar SeriesOriginal linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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IAPHL Advisory Group 2020 Update

By Rachel Simon on July 16th, 2020IAPHL met with our Advisory Group in late June to provide an update on our website and social media strategy, country chapter engagement, and growing membership. To view the full presentation, click here.IAPHL Advisory Group 2020 UpdateOriginal linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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IAPHL has Joined the Partnership of Immunization Networks (PIN)

By Rachel Simon on July 8th, 2020As part of expanding IAPHL’s outreach, we are part of a newly formed group concerned with immunization. The Partnership of Immunization Networks (PIN) is comprised of five organizations with online platforms who serve the global immunization community. To learn more, click here. IAPHL has Joined the Partnership of I...
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IAPHL Case Study

By Rachel Simon on June 16th, 2020Influence, an affiliated organization, conducted a case study on IAPHL last year. Click here to learn how moderated discussions, spontaneous member-led discussions, and requests for support have led to IAPHL’s success. IAPHL Case StudyOriginal linkOriginal author: Rachel Simon
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Greetings to the IAPHL Membership- November 2019

By Alan Giron on November 13th, 2019Greetings to the IAPHL Membership.  As you now know, we are in the process of reorganizing the secretariat for IAPHL.  I have taken on the executive director position and we are still recruiting for our social media expert to join the team.  For those of you able to attend the GHSC Summit in Johannesburg, I am ho...
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Letter from Executive Director

By Walter Proper on October 25th, 2019Dear Colleagues/Friends,Greetings from Abuja! I hope that you are all keeping well.I have news to share so I am just going to get to it!My last day as the ED IAPHL is at the end of this month. I want to start by acknowledging funding support for IAPHL from USAID and JSI as well from sponsors such as ASCM, PSA, ...
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IAPHL Quarterly Supply Chain Resource Review – September, 2019

By Iember Mker on September 10th, 2019We are pleased to share with you the 4th IAPHL quarterly supply chain resource review. In this issue, we consulted a number of SCM information repositories, academic, private sector, and SCM experts to select for you the following resources that we hope will inform you, challenge you and keep you thinking how y...
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Recommendations to Accelerate Global Access to Quality, Affordable Health Products

Low and middle income country governments and global health funders spend a lot of money on health products like medicines, diagnostics, and devices to achieve universal health coverage. Governments and health procurement bodies in these countries need to buy these life-saving products efficiently and effectively in order to provide their citizens ...
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