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PharmaSystAfrica offers an extensive and comprehensive array of services to help developing countries implement best-in-class pharmaceutical supply management systems.

  • System and needs assessments
  • Capacity building, including pre-service and in-service training
  • Curriculum development
  • Procurement, including quantification of needs and resource rationalization
  • Product selection, including formulary and guidelines development
  • Product storage and distribution
  • Pharmaceutical management information systems
  • Rational use of medicines and case management, and enhancing the role of therapeutics committees
  • Drug information, including pharmacovigilance
  • Drug quality assurance and quality control
  • Drug policy, including strengthening regulation systems
  • Enhancing access, including enhancing the role of the private sector
  • Evidence-based practices (adaptation and implementation research)
  • Operations research including data analysis (qualitative and quantitative)
  • Monitoring and evaluation
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PharmaSystAfrica is an in-country, team-owned organization. We provide a wide range of skills and expertise in the pharmaceutical supply and management value chain within country contexts. Our staff is composed of experienced health technicians including public health doctors, health economists, hospital managers, pharmacists, social economists and logisticians....more

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Medicines supply chain ‘overwhelmed’ by Ebola crisis - Health workers and volunteers read out handouts to local villagers on how to protect themselves from ebola virus, Liberia. (Source: Rex Features / Eyepress / SIPA) Pharmacists working in West Africa have spoken about the overwhelming scale of the challenges they have faced in Liberia in the battle against the Ebola virus. They paint a … Continue reading "Medicines supply chain ‘overwhelmed’ by Ebola crisis"
Make investigational Ebola drugs available, say ethicists - Drugs in development can be used for the treatment of Ebola, an international panel of ethics experts has recommended to the World Health Organization. Marie-Paule Kieny, assistant director general of the World Health Organization, told the media that compassionate use of experimental treatments provided an opportunity to “right a wrong” (Source: AP / Press Association … Continue reading "Make investigational Ebola drugs available, say ethicists"
Initiative sees pharmacists offer Ebola advice in Liberian drug stores - World Health Organization takes steps to dampen public expectation about the potential of drugs in development to fight the virus. Liberians read the ’daily talk’ chalkboard on the Ebola crisis in the capital Monrovia. According to statistics from the World Health Organization, as of 16 August 2014, 1,229 people have died from Ebola in West … Continue reading "Initiative sees pharmacists offer Ebola advice in Liberian drug stores"
Pharmacy can help fight against Ebola - As West African countries struggle to manage the current Ebola outbreak, more needs to be done internationally to improve the capabilities of the local pharmacy workforce. Source: MAG West Africa is currently in the grip of a terrifying outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD). As of 26 August 2014, 3,069 people have been identified … Continue reading "Pharmacy can help fight against Ebola"