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People that Deliver Newsflash October 2017

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The October edition of the People that Deliver Newsflash is now available:  http://conta.cc/2xxizFp In this issue:  PtD elects a new Chairperson Building a strong supply chain workforce in Ghana The transition of the public health supply chain for medical commodities in Kenya News from our Board member organizations Resource spotlight Upcoming events Should you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact us: info@peoplethatdeliver.org Visit our website: www.peoplethatdeliver.org
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Introducing a NEW course: 'Managing Human Resources in Health and Humanitarian Supply Chains: Strategies, Tools and Techniques’

Dear Technet21 Members, I would like to take the opportunity to introduce a new course to you. ‘Managing Human Resources in Health and Humanitarian Supply Chains: Strategies, Tools and Techniques’. This course will be offered by Pamela Steele Associates (PSA) in Oxford, 30th November and 4th December 2015. It is a five day interactive course which I have developed in partnership with PSA and one which I will be facilitating with Pamela Steele. What is it about? This course uses a ‘plan-do-check-act’ approach to help supply chain managers better understand the importance of systematically engaging in the capacity development of human resources. We use a locally-grounded approach which looks at five areas: ‘policy and planning’, ‘leadership development’, ‘workforce development’, ‘performance management and retention’ and professionalization’. When applied, the strategies, tools and techniques developed in this course will enable participants to engage in meaningful management and long term capacity development of the human resources they rely on to manage their supply chain. Who should attend? This course will be beneficial to any mid- or upper-level manager responsible for managing human resources in health and humanitarian supply chains, and multilateral capacity development employees who engage with governments to promote systematic development of human resources. For further information… Visit: http://www.pamsteele.co.uk/courses/managing-human-resources-in-health-supply-chains-strategies-tools-and-techniques/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=news_and_forthcoming_courses for a more detailed description of the course content and learning outcomes as well as having the opportunity to watch a short video introduction from me. For further information about PSA training visit http://www.pamsteele.co.uk/training, or email PSA at info@pamsteele.co.uk Regards, Andrew N. Brown PhD BPharm Pamela Steele, Health Systems Strengthening Consultant Director and Principal Consultant +61411137625, anbrown.hss@gmail.com +44 (0)7876699436, pam@pamsteele.co.uk Skype: Andrew.brown.uc Skype: pamela.awuor.steele

NEW - People that Deliver Newsflash No. 16 is online!

People that Deliver Publié dans :
We are pleased to share the new PtD Newsflash no. 16 with our colleagues. In this issue of the PtD Newsflash, read more about the: Webinar for the LAC region on systematic approaches to increasing professionalism in health SCM Newgraduates from the Pharmacy Assistant Training Program in Malawi Post Graduate Diploma in PharmaceuticalProcurement & SCM from Empower Health Editorial by Dr. Gamal Ali, NMSF Sudan and PtD Board Member Read the full Newsflash here: [email]info@peoplethatdeliver.org[/email] or visit our website at http://www.peoplethatdeliver.org . Regards, Sara A KHAN People that Deliver UNICEF Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark saakhan@unicef.org | [email]info@peoplethatdeliver.org[/email] | Ph. +45-45335860 | Skype: peoplethatdeliver | Oceanvej 10-12 | 2150 Nordhavn | Copenhagen, Denmark Follow us at http://www.peoplethatdeliver.org or on Twitter @PplthatDeliver

Survey THREE of THREE: We need your help to validate the PtD SCM Leadership Competency Framework

Dear Colleagues, Thank you to those who filled in the 1st and 2nd survey. We have had over 110 responses so far. We still need your help with the last survey. As part of the GAVI supply chain strategy PtD has been leading the development of a ‘SCM Leadership Competency Framework’ as part of the GAVI People and Practice Working Group. Such a framework will be used to help develop SCM job descriptions for leaders, and guide the development of courses. We have THREE separate 15 - 20min surveys that we would like you to take to help us validate our competency framework: Survey 1: Management Domain: 'Resource Management' Survey 2: Management Domain: 'Professional and Personal' Survey 3: Technical Domains: 'Selection & Quantification', 'Procurement', 'Storage & Distribution', and 'Use'. We would like you to participate in EACH survey if you can. This is Survey 3 where we will validate the Technical Domains: 'Selection & Quantification', 'Procurement', 'Storage & Distribution', and 'Use' Click on the link below and complete this online survey before the 9th of January: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SCM_Leadership_THREE_of_THREE If you would prefer to fill in a manual survey please let us know so that we can e-mail one to you. For any questions regarding this activity please contact me. Regards, Andrew N BROWN, BPharm PhD Executive Manager – People that Deliver Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark executivemanagerptd@unicef.org | +4545335500 | Mob: +4529657496 Skype: Andrew.Brown.UC Follow us at http://www.peoplethatdeliver.org or on Twitter @PplthatDeliver

Survey TWO of THREE: We need your help to validate the PtD SCM Leadership Competency Framework

Dear Colleagues, Thank you to those who filled in the 1st survey. We have had 88 responses so far. As part of the GAVI supply chain strategy PtD has been leading the development of a ‘SCM Leadership Competency Framework’ as part of the GAVI People and Practice Working Group. Such a framework will be used to help develop SCM job descriptions for leaders, and guide the development of courses. We have THREE separate 15 - 20min surveys that we would like you to take to help us validate our competency framework: Survey 1: Management Domain: 'Resource Management' Survey 2: Management Domain: 'Professional and Personal' Survey 3: Technical Domains: 'Selection & Quantification', 'Procurement', 'Storage & Distribution', and 'Use'. We would like you to participate in EACH survey if you can. This is Survey 2 where we will validate the Management Domain: 'Professional and Personal' Click on the link below and complete this online survey before the 18th of December: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SCM_Leadership_TWO_of_THREE If you would prefer to fill in a manual survey please let us know so that we can e-mail one to you. For any questions regarding this activity please contact me. Regards, Andrew Brown Executive Manager People that Deliver

We need your input into the PtD SCM Leadership Competency Framework: Survey ONE of THREE

Dear Colleagues, As part of the GAVI supply chain strategy PtD has been leading the development of a ‘SCM Leadership Competency Framework’ as part of the GAVI People and Practice Working Group. Such a framework will be used to help develop SCM job descriptions for leaders, and guide the development of courses. Over the next six weeks we will be asking you to participate in THREE separate 15 - 20min surveys to help us validate our competency framework. Survey 1: Management Domain: 'Resource Management' Survey 2: Management Domain: 'Professional and Personal' Survey 3: Technical Domains: 'Selection & Quantification', 'Procurement', 'Storage & Distribution', and 'Use'. We would like you to participate in EACH survey if you can. This is Survey 1 where we will validate the Management Domain 'Resource Management' Click on the link below and complete this online survey before the 4th of December: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SCM_Leadership_ONE_of_THREE (Cut and paste the link into your internet browser) If you would prefer to fill in a manual survey please let us know so that we can e-mail one to you. For any questions regarding this activity please contact me. Regards, Andrew N BROWN, BPharm PhD Executive Manager – People that Deliver Supply Division, Copenhagen, Denmark executivemanagerptd@unicef.org | +4545335500 | Mob: +4529657496 Skype: Andrew.Brown.UC Follow us at http://www.peoplethatdeliver.org or on Twitter @PplthatDeliver

Publication of the PtD Competency Compendium for Health Supply Chain Management

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People that Deliver is pleased to announce the publication of the Competency Compendium for Health Supply Chain Management, a reference tool encompassing the supply chain and logistics activities required for effective country-wide operation. This compendium can be used by countries as they seek to map out the available cadres and competencies within their health supply chain, and identify gaps or overlaps. It can also be used to develop competency frameworks that apply to specific cadres and their levels within the supply chain, providing the specific behavioural competencies required for their work. Such frameworks can then be used to develop job descriptions, performance frameworks and supportive supervision, and create pre-service education programs and in-service training plans. In collaboration with PtD member organizations and led by the University of Canberra, the PtD Technical Working Group has compiled this competency compendium and further guidance on how to create supply chain management (SCM) competency frameworks for different cadres of supply chain workers. The compendium draws on 20 competency frameworks and related documents from a number of organizations globally.
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