ENABLING PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSFORMATION IN EAST AFRICA
LEADING EXAMPLES OF ARC’S WORK IN EAST AFRICA WITH THEIR OUTCOMES
National supply chain strategy: Providing input into the development of the strategy, following observation of the importance of operating through an integrated approach in supply chain.
Private sector engagement: Working with the supply chain technical working group of the Kenya Health Federation to help engage the government in a collaborative platform to draw on insights and capabilities from the private sector to help address logistics-related gaps within the supply chain.
TLD transition: Supporting the Ministry of Health through a private sector resource with a tandem approach. This incorporates supply chain transformation and capacity building components to align regimen forecasts with clinical guidelines and HIV patient data.
Ethiopia Enabler: ARC is working alongside donors and the Ethiopian Pharmaceuticals Supply Agency (EPSA) to determine roadmap for improvements and priorities, including private sector engagement, visibility and differentiated service delivery.
Differentiated service delivery (DSD): Supporting the Ministry of Health’s AIDS Control Programme to continue to evolve and transform Uganda’s DSD strategy and model. ARC is involved in strategy development, project scaling, capacity building and coordinating partners and donors.