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  1. Géraldine Nemrod
  2. Supply chain and logistics
  3. Wednesday, 26 October 2022

TechNet-21 is pleased to announce a new webinar series on "Capacity development and professionalization". 

 

Interested in learning more about practical approaches to supporting capacity development and professionalization in health supply chain management to drive immunization and other health outcomes? Technet in partnership with the People that Deliver (PtD), Gavi, WHO, UNICEF, JSI and VillageReach is hosting a six-part webinar series. We will be exploring the critical role of the health supply chain workforce in reaching positive health outcomes. Health programs require health supplies, such as medicines, vaccines, consumables, contraceptives and equipment, which must reach service points and patients through long and complex supply chains. Not only do health supply chains rely on financial and technical inputs, but also on competent, recognized and empowered individuals to ensure that health commodities reach the people who need them and save lives. 

First session of this webinar series:

Session 1: The Critical Role of Health Supply Workforce in Driving Immunization and Health Outcomes
3 Nov 2022 - 3pm CET

 

Registration: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_69txDz66SDK8t29uXxLFmg

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The materials of our webinar session of The Critical Role of Health Supply Workforce in Driving Immunization and Health Outcomes are now available:

- EN recording: https://youtu.be/ldHyx6mIy0M

- FR recording: https://youtu.be/6Hasdp-sRuE

- Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/8432/multi_upload/TechNetWebinar-CapacityDevandPro-Nov3.pdf

 

You can already register to the next session of this webinar series, which will take place on 10 Nov 2022 at 3pm CET

Session 2: Building Leadership & Management Capabilities with Public & Private Sector Collaboration: Country example

A French interpretation will be available

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_69txDz66SDK8t29uXxLFmg

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The materials of our webinar session on "Building Leadership & Management Capabilities with Public & Private Sector Collaboration: Country example" are now available:

- EN recording: https://youtu.be/KKne5tLpeB8

- FR recording: https://youtu.be/yFxAuZ6iGc8

- Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/8433/multi_upload/TechNetWebinar-CapacityDevandPro-Nov10.pdf

 

You can already register to the next session of this webinar series, which will take place on 17 Nov 2022 at 3pm CET

Session 3: Communities of Learning: Its critical role of country chapters in driving supply chain capacity development and professionalisation

A French interpretation will be available

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_69txDz66SDK8t29uXxLFmg

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The materials of our webinar session on "Communities of Learning: Its critical role of country chapters in driving supply chain capacity development and professionalization" are now available: 

- EN recording: https://youtu.be/DZJBaas_4vg

- FR recording: https://youtu.be/jmXdRWmqaX8

- Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/16550/thumb/Webinar%20on%20Communities%20of%20Learning1669049155.pdf

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You can already register to the next session of this webinar series, which will take place on 15 Dec 2022 at 3pm CET

Session 4: Lesson Learned in Locally-driven SC capacity building and learning: Cold Chain, Warehousing, LMIS, EVM and COVID-19-related country example 

A French interpretation will be available

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_69txDz66SDK8t29uXxLFmg

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Apologies to all for postponing the webinar on EVM and capacity-building. 

Webinar title: Using the Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) assessment tool to build ISC capacity at programmatic, facility and individual level

New date: 12 January 2023, at 2pm UTC / 3pm CET. 

Speakers: Dan Brigden (WHO), Srihari Dutta (UNICEF), Olamide Folorunso (UNICEF)

Registration link:

https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_69txDz66SDK8t29uXxLFmg

The extra time has given us the opportunity to polish our slides a little more. We have also secured a special guest speaker, Srihari Dutta of UNICEF MENA, who will say a few words on how the EVM tool (both the current version 2 and the original version 1) has been used as a supportive supervision tool. 

During the webinar, we will discuss how EVM can be leveraged to:

  • Build ISC capacity at national level
  • Build ISC capacity at facility and individual level

We will also summarise how WHO and UNICEF are working to build EVM capacity at national level and get a summary of EVM activities in different regions in 2023.

If other TechNet members have any thoughts on the above, or wish to share examples of how they have used EVM to build ISC capacity at any level, we would be delighted to hear from you. Feel free to Reply to this disucssion below :-)

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Dear colleagues,  

 

Our fourth session, held on December 15th, was titled "Lessons learned in locally-driven supply chain capacity development and learning". 

 

Below the links to this session's material:  

 

Here are some links shared by the panelists if you wish to go further:

 

The VillageReach approach to Supply Chain Professionalization:

https://www.villagereach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/SCI_Infographic_OnePagerforPrint-1.pdf

Contact email: [email protected]

 

A technical highlight of the SPARS work in Madagascar presented during the session 

https://msh.org/resources/supervision-performance-assessment-and-recognition-strategy-spars-approach-leads-to-improved-performance-in-malagasy-district-pharmaceutical-warehouses/

 

Some peer review journal publications on SPARS implementation in Uganda where this approach was developed first 

 

Some recommended resources on health supply chainM

Accepted Answer Pending Moderation

The materials of our 5th and final webinar session in the series on Capacity Development & Professionalization are now available:

 

Session 5: Using the Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) assessment tool to build immunization supply chain (ISC) capacity at national and subnational levels

- EN recording: https://youtu.be/G5Wq3aSVkVQ

- FR recording: https://youtu.be/5G3kL5JzkCI

- Presentation slides: https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/16655/thumb/Using%20the%20EVM%20assessment%20tool%20to%20build%20ISC%20capacity%20at%20national%20and%20subnational%20levels1674535720.pdf

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