People that Deliver Global Indaba 2022

September 19, 2022

October 12-13 | Zambia

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PtD Global Indaba Program


The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the human resource crisis in health supply chain management in low-income countries. People that Deliver (PtD) is hosting the PtD Global Indaba from October 12-13, an international forum with a dedicated focus on human resources for the supply chain management. The inaugural indaba will facilitate a platform for the exchange of knowledge and experiences generated in this area in recent years.

The USAID MTaPS Program will draw on its multi-country supply chain management and capacity building experience to contribute to the conversation through presentations and posters. The program includes a world café event to stimulate knowledge exchange amongst the attendees.


The Meter Beyond the Last Mile!
Short oral presentation

October 13, 9:30-10:00 am CAT

USAID MTaPS Director Francis “Kofi” Aboagye-Nyame


Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening – How to strengthen this key subsystem of the health system

Skills workshop

October 13, 2:00-3:30 pm CAT

USAID MTaPS: Andrew Brown, Tamara Hafner, Francis Aboagye-Nyame, Vivian Rakuomi
MSH: René Berger

MTaPS Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening Skills Workshop Presentation
MTaPS Governance Brief
MTaPS Regulatory Information Management Systems Brief
MTaPS Supply Chain Brief


Outcome of competency mapping in national regulatory authorities in select Asian countries

Oral presentation

Wednesday, October 12, 12:00 noon-1:00 pm CAT

USAID MTaPS: Kate Kikule, Andrew Brown, Nereah Kisera, Vivian Rakuomi, Birna Trap, Jebun Rahman, Chesa Desano, Rahman (consultant)


Assessing the implementation of Good Storage and Distribution Practices (GSDP) among wholesalers in Nepal

Oral presentation

Wednesday, October 12, 12:00-1:00 pm CAT

USAID MTaPS: Birna Trap, Sushil Nepal, Binamra Rai

Department of Drug Administration, Nepal: Om Jaisawal


Assessing the level of implementation of Good Pharmacy Practice (GPP) in private and public sector pharmacies in Nepal

Oral presentation

Wednesday, October 12, 12:00-1:00 pm CAT

USAID MTaPS: Birna Trap, Tamara Hafner, Sushil Nepal

Department of Drug Administration, Nepal: Santosh KC, Sanjeev Kattel


No passport required: Re-imagining technical assistance in a changing world

Poster presentation

Wednesday, October 12 – tea breaks

USAID MTaPS: Diosdado (Boyet) Chantengco, Reuben Kiggundu, Denis Okidi


Procurement and supply chain management Local Technical Assistance Providers Scheme (LTAPS) for local government units in the Philippines

World Café

USAID MTaPS: Andrew Brown, Diosdado (Boyet) Chantengco, Gashaw Mekonnen

MTaPS LTAPS Presentation



Type: Events