Chemonics at the People that Deliver Global Indaba .
Paper | October 27, 2022
Chemonics partnered with People that Deliver as a coalition member and through the development of several tools.
On October 12 – 13, 2022, Chemonics staff joined over 250 supply chain professionals from more than 40 countries to discuss the challenges and share experiences in human resources for supply chain management at the inaugural People that Deliver (PtD) Global Indaba in Lusaka, Zambia. The theme for the conference was “Human Resources for Supply Chain Management: The Missing Link to Maximising Supply Chain Performance” and the event consisted of two days centered on presentations, panel discussions, and workshops aligned with the four pathways of the PtD Theory of Change: skills, staffing, motivation, and working conditions.
- Presentation Zambia's journey to supply chain management technical independence through institutionalization in nursing, biomedical sciences and pharmacy colleges and universities
- Presentation Training youth as logisticians professionalises the supply chain and improves results
- Presentation Tailoring education to drive behavior change - Mali's community health practitioners accelerate the transition to TLD in HIV AIDS care
- Presentation Strengthening Malawi Ministry of Health supply chain management - service delivery and data management
- Presentation STEP 2.0 Panel - three varying contexts (Zambia, DRC, Cote d'Ivoire)
- Presentation Pharmaceutical workforce development based on the auditable pharmaceutical transaction and service system in Ethiopia
- Presentation Linking Demand for and Supply of the Supply Chain Management Workforce
- Presentation Leveraging supportive supervision to build capacity of stock managers - an approach to reduce stock outs and wastage of pharmaceutical products in Togo
- Poster Improving the supply chain management environment for workers in Kenya and Rwanda
- Presentation Human resource capacity development in the Angolan health supply chain
- Presentation Human capacity development for maximizing health supply chain performance in Guinea - training of potential supply chain managers at higher institutions of learning
- Poster Capacity building for improved stock management in Northern Cameroon
- Presentation Achieving results through simple motivation strategies - expanding family planning commodity access points and tracking stock inventory levels in South Sudan
- Presentation A comprehensive approach to address the health supply chain workforce capacity in Ethiopia