Resource Spotlight: Mozambique: Strengthening the Community Health Worker Supply Chain
Of many drivers for success of community health programs, an uninterrupted supply of health commodities to community health workers (CHWs) is a critical component. Securing this uninterrupted supply requires strengthening the supply chain that supports CHWs to ensure that the right quantities of the right products are available at the right time, place, and condition and for the right cost.
This report is an interim summary of ongoing supply chain strengthening interventions focused on community health workers in Mozambique. The piloting of these interventions aims to improve the performance of the supply chain that provides these community health workers with antimalarial drugs, rapid diagnostic tests, male condoms, and essential medicines for a variety of treatments. [adapted from author]
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The HRH Global Resource Center has other resources on this topic including:
- Human Resource Capacity Development in Public Health Supply Chain Management: Assessment Guide and Tool
- In Zambia: Building Sustainable Capacity through Pre-Service Supply Chain Training
Past Resource Spotlights
- One Student, One Family Program: Health Sciences Fostering Communities and Professionals
- Association between Health Worker Motivation and Healthcare Quality Efforts in Ghana
- Absenteeism among Health Workers: Developing a Typology