NIGERIA

OWNING OR OUTSOURCING: WHICH IS BEST FOR HEALTHCARE DELIVERY?

IF GOVERNMENTS RELEASE PART OF THEIR SUPPLY CHAIN DISTRIBUTION AND WAREHOUSING, THEY DON’T LOSE CONTROL BUT ACTUALLY GAIN AN INCREDIBLE ADVANTAGE THROUGH BETTER USE OF FUNDING, SUPPLY CHAIN FUNCTIONAL AGILITY AND ACCESS TO EXPERTISE FROM SERVICE PROVIDERS.

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DEVELOPING A TOOLKIT FOR BUILDING ROBUST HEALTH SUPPLY CHAINS IN AFRICA

AS AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS WORK TOWARDS IMPLEMENTING UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE SHARING BETWEEN THE PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR IS BECOMING AN INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION IN SUPPORT OF BUILDING STRONGER HEALTH SYSTEMS, INCLUDING RESILIENT SUPPLY CHAINS, ON THE CONTINENT.

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CAN GOVERNMENTS CULTIVATE PATIENT-CENTRIC HEALTH SUPPLY CHAINS IN AFRICA?

CAN GOVERNMENTS IN AFRICA REALLY HOPE TO ACHIEVE PATIENT-CENTRIC SUPPLY CHAINS? YES, THEY CERTAINLY CAN. HOWEVER, THERE ARE SOME EXISTING BARRIERS THAT HAVE SLOWED DOWN THE RATE OF PATIENT-CENTRIC SUPPLY CHAINS BEING DEVELOPED.

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The role of private sector engagement in post-pandemic health system strengthening

AS AFRICA GRAPPLES NOT ONLY WITH THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE HEALTH SECTOR BUT WITH HISTORICAL CHALLENGES, WHAT ROLE WILL PRIVATE SECTOR ENGAGEMENT PLAY IN HEALTH SYSTEM STRENGTHENING?

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REIMAGINING PATIENT ACCESS TO MEDICINES AND HEALTHCARE IN AFRICA

THE HEALTH SUPPLY CHAIN IS MUCH MORE COMPLICATED THAN DELIVERING CONSUMER GOODS, BUT MAYBE IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE.

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WHY INVESTING IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH IS IMPORTANT IN HEALTH SYSTEM STRENGTHENING

ENGAGING ACADEMICS AND RESEARCHERS TODAY WILL HELP TO BUILD THE HEALTH SUPPLY CHAIN OF THE FUTURE IN AFRICA.

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