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Senior Regional Logistics Officer Bongisiwe Mosekoa
Bongisiwe Mosekoa is a pharmaceutical scientist trained in global supply chain management. She currently serves as a senior regional logistics officer for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program–Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project in Eswatini where she supports supply chain regional activities for the project. Regional teams conduct supportive supervision, mentorship, and training to health facilities on various key supply chain indicators, including logistics management and information system (LMIS) ordering and reporting, stock management and inventory control, storage conditions and management. Working in collaboration with the regional pharmacist and the Regional Health Mentoring Team (RHMT), the logistics officers ensure availability of data for demand planning, forecasting, and budgeting at regional level for all health commodities. Bongisiwe has experience in warehouse management, as she engaged at Central Medical Stores for more than four years and has in depth understanding on supply chain challenges and needs within service delivery points (health facilities). She also served at a high volume facility for eleven years and oversaw four clinics. She holds a bachelor’s of technology in pharmaceutical sciences, a mini-masters in global supply chain management, an advanced post graduate diploma in pharmacovigilance and regulatory affairs, and a CIPS diploma for procurement and supply management.
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Going the Extra Mile to Reach the Last Mile
Two supply chain experts, Bongisiwe Mosekoa and Fikreslassie Alemu, share strategies they’ve applied in Eswatini and Ethiopia to address social factors and systems challenges behind medical commodity uptake, implement inclusive delivery practices for last mile distribution, and ensure sustained health outcomes for everyone, including underserved populations such as people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, pastoralists and…