Accessibility to health care facilities varies greatly throughout Sudan ©DPA/PA Images
Accessibility to health care facilities varies greatly throughout Sudan ©DPA/PA Images

WHO procurement training to help Sudanese drug supply

posted by Maggie Baska
16 August 2018

The World Health Organization (WHO) is working with procurement professionals in Sudan to improve its procurement and supply chain management in areas of conflict and natural disasters.

In collaboration with Sudan’s Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and the Humanitarian Aid Commission, WHO conducted a five-day training workshop that aimed to equip participants with basic, modern techniques on procurement and supply chain management functions and the utilisation, monitoring and dispensing of drugs.

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