Root Causes of Underperformance and an Agenda for Reform in Health Product Supply Chain in Developing Countries
Join us on Tuesday, April 7, when Prashant Yadav shares findings from research that explores the functioning of health care supply chains using a combination of empirical, analytical and qualitative approaches.
Well-functioning supply chains to deliver medicines, vaccines, and other health products form the backbone of the health system. Health product supply chains in developing countries are fraught with many problems. Ineffective supply chains weaken the overall health system’s ability to respond to the healthcare needs of the population and put treatment programs at risk. Prashant Yadav will provide an overview of the structure of health product supply chains in developing countries and outline the main challenges and their root causes. He will also highlight key areas of reform to ensure that supply chains enable—or at least do not impede—achieving the targeted health outcomes from the increased investments in global health.
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A light lunch will be served