USAID Deliver Project | Malaria Task Order 7 Completion Report February 2017
Through Malaria Task Order 7, JSI had three main objectives:
1. Improve, implement, and expand USAID’s provision of antimalarial commodities to country programs.
2. Strengthen in-country supply systems and their capacity for managing antimalarial commodities.
3. Improve global supply and the availability of antimalarial commodities.
JSI and the DELIVER Task Order 7 team worked in 29 countries over 10 years, procuring and delivering malaria products, providing technical assistance, and/or having long-term presence with field offices. The project procured commodities for 27 countries, had a long-term presence in 13 of the PMI-focus countries, and provided technical assistance in 26 countries.
This document highlights the projects work establishing PMI’s global supply chain for malaria products, including influencing commodity pricing; implementing rigorous monitoring to improve system performance; and establishing a stockpile to respond to emergency requests. The project also strengthened in-country supply systems and capacity for effective management of malaria commodities, created logistics management units and trained leaders to manage and sustain them; distributed LLINs in 18 countries, often at the community level; helped countries determine which supplies they needed and mobilized resources to procure them; and built sustainable human resource capacity through pre- and post-service training, among many other accomplishments. JSI / USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, 2017.
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