Resources relating to Uganda

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Date posted: November 21, 2022

Building supply chain sustainability in Africa’s public health systems

In this position paper, ARC proposes five technical initiatives that can contribute to sustainable supply chains in public health delivery. It also makes recommendations for country ownership and governance to create an enabling environment for governments to adopt them, potentially with private sector assistance.
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Date posted: September 29, 2022

PRIVATE SECTOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO PUBLIC WELL-BEING: THE UGANDA DCD MODEL  

This DCD programme demonstrates how the private sector can work with government on a public service initiative that results in securing and improving the health and well-being of recipients of care. It is a demonstrable, measurable contribution that the private sector can make and shows another way it can have a positive social impact besides being a provider of traditional retail services.
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Date posted: September 29, 2022

CRITICAL MEDICATIONS BROUGHT CLOSER TO PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV IN UGANDA

A new programme in Uganda is helping to make chronic medicines available more conveniently while decongesting healthcare centres.
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Date posted: June 30, 2022

SCALING UP MEDICINE DELIVERY SOLUTIONS IN UGANDA

The Ugandan Ministry of Health’s AIDS Control Programme approached the ARC to explore possible alternative drug distribution models suitable for the Ugandan context. ARC is applying learnings and feedback from the pilot phase to refine and extend the reach of the two approaches.
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Date posted: November 10, 2020

Should patients pay for public healthcare?

The understanding that government healthcare should be available free of charge to all who need it sometimes overlooks the real cost that patients have to pay in order to access healthcare services.
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