This past week I took part in a webinar where I presented the DHIS2 Real Time Stock tool and was joined by the ICRC who presented the implementation of the tool in their projects. The presentations and discussions are focused on how to apply this tool in humanitarian and emergency settings for end-to-end supply chain visibility. See the recording below.
You can also test the tool in our public demo site here: DHIS 2
Download DHIS2 Capture app from the Google Play Store and use the credentials on the login page above.
Lastly, you can also join IAPHL and Humanitarian Commodities Logistics Community of Practice where many SCM professionals collaborate through knowledge sharing, technical updates and training opportunities. HCL is a place within the IAPHL community to share information, learnings, and discussions related to the pharmaceutical supply chain specifically in the humanitarian and emergency context.
The webinar was part of the Building Capacity to Improve Commodity Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings project, which has the goal to build the capacity of staff working with humanitarian organizations, including international organizations and local NGOs, to manage pharmaceutical and medical commodity (PMC) supply chains in humanitarian settings. The project is managed by JSI with funding from USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA). Learn more: Building Capacity to Improve Health Commodity Management in Humanitarian and Disaster Settings - JSI