Sustainable Training Programs Ensure Access to Health Commodities in Rwanda

In recent years, better access to medicines and other health commodities, such as contraceptives, has improved the lives of Rwandans. However, even small disruptions in the delivery systems can cause shortages at health clinics, leaving patients without treatments as basic as antibiotics. A persistent problem is finding and retaining health workers trained in logistics. Today, by bringing logistics training to the universities, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT is bolstering the country’s supply chains with sustainable training programs. 

Length: 
3 pp
Year: 
2010
Organization: 
USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
Languages: 
English