MSH at the People that Deliver Global Indaba 2024

MSH at the People that Deliver Global Indaba 2024

MSH project teams and supply chain leaders attended the People that Deliver Global (PtD) Indaba conference March 6–8 in Bangkok, Thailand. Our delegation presented on and discuss leadership and transformation of the supply chain, capacity strengthening and partnerships, and workforce development around PtD Indaba’s theme, The supply chain workforce: Solutions to transform health supply chains.

For more than three decades, MSH has been a global leader in pharmaceutical and supply chain systems strengthening. We have supported countries to work sustainably through good governance, resource efficiency, and country leadership to build high-performing health supply chains that ensure reliable access to safe, effective, quality-assured medicines and people-centered pharmaceutical services. Visit the link below for more information on MSH’s presence and PtD Global Indaba’s agenda:

Read more on the USAID Medicines, Technologies, and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) Program—implemented by a consortium led by MSH—and its presence at PtD:

An MTaPS-Hosted Event:

Celebrating Health Supply Chains with the USAID MTaPS Program

The USAID MTaPS Program hosted an informal session on strengthening health supply chains through a systems approach.

  • Date: Thursday, March 7th
  • Time: 6:30–11:30 PM ICT (Indochina Time)
  • Location: Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel, Bangkok

Wednesday, March 6

Opening Ceremony 

Plenary Panel

Emergency Response & HR: Lessons Learned to Shape a Post-Pandemic Workforce
The Supply Chain Workforce of the Future: Keeping Up with Innovations and Changing Landscapes

Panel Discussions

The STEP 2.0 Approach to Transforming Supply Chains in Asia: Learning, Coaching, and Performing
Innovative Approaches to Ensure a Systems Approach to Workforce during PSCM Strategic Change

Breakout Sessions

Partnerships as a Tool to Enhance Supply Chain Performance
Improving DRC’s SCMS by Strengthening Local Supply Chain Organizations to Promote Linkage between Public and Private Sectors
Capacity-building Presentations
Strengthening Community Health Workers’ Capacity for Stock Management and Service Provision at the Last Mile

Poster Presentations

Leadership Technical Working Groups Facilitate Improvements in HMIS 105-6 Supply Chain Reporting in Uganda
Strengthening Human Resources for Supply Chain through the Digital Supply-Chain Performance Self-Assessment Strategy in Uganda
Including Persons with Disabilities in the Health Supply Chain Workforce
Pharmacy-Driven ARV Dispensing: Empowering Patients and Optimizing HIV Medicines Supply Chain
Using a Total Cost Analysis to Achieve Financial Sustainability of the Malagasy Health Commodity Supply Chain

Thursday, March 7

Panel Discussions

What the Private Sector Can Teach Us about Professionalization of the Pharmaceutical SCM Workforce: A South-East Asian Perspective
Leadership and Stewardship of the Supply Chain Workforce: Health Systems for the Future

Breakout Sessions

Building the Capacity of the Supply Chain Management Workforce
Enhancing Pharmaceutical Systems through Remote Capacity Strengthening
Workforce Development in Practice: Frameworks & Approaches
A Virtual Program to Equip Local Institutions to Strengthen Pharmaceutical Systems

Friday, March 8

Global Indaba Closing Ceremony

Strengthening Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Systems for Sustained Health Impact

For more than three decades, MSH has partnered with countries to build high-performing supply chains that ensure reliable access to safe, effective, quality-assured medicines and people-centered pharmaceutical services. MSH takes a holistic approach that fosters country-led innovation, whole-of-society engagement and collaboration, private-sector engagement, and effective leadership and governance.