Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) for Global Fund PRs and Related Consultants
|Course name||Procurement and Supply Management (PSM) for Global Fund PRs and Related Consultants|
|Institution||Pharmaceutical Systems Africa|
The course content includes key aspects of the PSM systems, based on in-country case studies. By the end of the course, participants will be:
i. Able to critically appraise PSM plans, in the context of organisational structures and health systems in which they are placed
ii. Conversant with the different approaches and methodologies to assess PSM systems
iii. Able to identify factors contributing to a well-performing PSM system in developing countries
iv. Measure the performance of a PSM system using appropriate indicators
v. Introduced to problem solving oriented approaches to capacity building for pharmaceutical systems in low resource settings
vi. Equipped with skills to evaluate a PSM system from a local funding agent perspective
vii. Equipped with the necessary skills to prepare various reports required in consultancies for PSM capacity building
|General course topics||Variety/range of logistics topics in some detail|
|Specific course topics||
Responding to PSM bottle necks and challenges.
Address actual in-country PSM challenges based on a collection of case studies.
Train program staff to address their own challenges based on country needs and priorities is essential for building sustainable capacity.
|Total time commitment||40 hours|
|Focus commodity||Health, including RH|
|Commodities covered||All essential drugs, including HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB and other Global Fund and USAID procured commodities.|
|Degree name||Certificate of Completion or Attendance|
|Logistics Topics Coverage % (estimate)||30|
Be currently involved in Procurement and Supply Management
|Course fee description||
The fee for this course is $1600.00. Meals, accommodation, airport transfers and transport to and from the training venue are included in the fee. The fee for non-resident participants is $800.00 even though we encourage participants to stay at the training site due to the intensity of the course.
Scholarships are need based.
|Course included in analysis||No|