Date posted: June 30, 2022
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.
Date posted: May 16, 2022
SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE IS MORE THAN JUST PREPARING FOR ANOTHER PANDEMIC
How do you build resilient supply chains, and how do you do so sustainably?
Date posted: April 20, 2022
Africa Resource Centre appoints new CEO
ARC announces the appointment of a new CEO, effective from 1 May 2022.
Date posted: March 13, 2022
LEVERAGING PRIVATE SECTOR EXPERTISE FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPLY CHAIN IN SENEGAL
ARC is facilitating knowledge sharing and capacity building between private pharmaceutical companies and the public health supply chain.
Date posted: March 3, 2022
BROKERING PRIVATE SECTOR EXPERTISE TO SUPPORT THE HEALTHCARE SUPPLY CHAIN IN KENYA
Creating a space where government and the private sector could regularly interact to improve communication and understanding to facilitate effective, collaborative public-private partnerships across the public health supply chain.
Date posted: May 11, 2021
What is change management and why is it important in healthcare?
Staff running public health supply chains need to be supported via change management programmes to adapt to the constant environmental and project changes.
Date posted: January 11, 2021
How advocacy can support the implementation of healthcare reform
Advocacy to influence strategies and public policy is an essential part of supporting and advancing healthcare systems in Africa. But with a complex mix of diplomacy, financial capacity and relational capital required to make advocacy effective, how can it be best implemented by those wishing to support governments?
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.
Date posted: November 6, 2020
Putting humanity at the heart of healthcare
Public healthcare systems serve millions of people. Governments require complex systems and extensive management to provide care. To do this effectively, the patients the systems are created to serve have in many cases been reduced to numbers rather than people. What will it take to reimagine healthcare in Africa for patients as people first?
Date posted: October 6, 2020
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.