Tupaia Project — a multi-country health systems mapping project for strengthening health supply chains
23 januari 09:00 – 10:00
Plats: Webbaserat seminarium
MEPS is hosting a webinar on the topic of a multi-country health systems mapping project for strengthening health supply chains.
Many countries work with a limited health budget and it is important to make every dollar count. The Tupaia Project is a multi-country project that works to map health systems in the Asia-Pacific region to strengthen services and help governments fairly distribute resources.
At the end of this webinar the participants will be able to:
1. Identify how to use data to support decision making and not just to create nice images
2. Understand how to improve medicines availability with end-to-end product visibility using technology to support procurement
3. Gain knowledge on lessons learned with the implementation of mobile electronic inventory systems.
This webinar is open to everyone free of charge.
Note: This is a repeat of the webinar presented in August 2018.
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We are looking forward to seeing you at the webinar.