CSP Year in Review 2017 Infographic

Publication date: 2017

3434 countriescountries for CSP group to review for for CSP group to review for Flagged 102 unique supply issues 1414 countriescountries forfor THE COORDINATED SUPPLY PLANNING (CSP) GROUP: 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW THE COORDINATED SUPPLY PLANNING (CSP) GROUP: 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW The Coordinated Supply Planning (CSP) Group is a cross-organizational team that strives to prevent family planning commodity stock imbalances by using shared supply chain data and information to better coordinate shipments and the allocation of resources within and among countries. CSP works together on two main activities: monthly country supply outlook monitoring for 41 countries and country funding gap analysis. RECOMMENDEDRECOMMENDED shipment actions that provided countries with an additional 7 million CYPs (couple years of protection) delaying orders to prevent potential overstocks worth $1.0 M canceling or reducing orders that were not needed, saving an estimated $1.8 M Provided analysis and advocacy resulting in across 10 products to avert critical shortages and stockouts 2828 countriescountries forfor 1313 countriescountries forfor reviewed supply plans provided remote quanti�cation support additional orders worth $12.4 M$12.4 M CSP members include representatives of UNFPA’s Procurement Services and Commodity Security Branches, USAID, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), John Snow, Inc. (JSI), the Global Health Supply Chain - Procurement and Supply Management project (GHSC-PSM), and the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC).

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