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Webinar - Governance Across the African Pharmaceutical Value Chain
Across the globe, supply chains for health products are complex everywhere. Strong supply chains are essential for effective health care delivery and form the backbone of a country’s health system.
Working with partners, the Anadach Group is hosting a webinar to engage key players in Africa to discuss how they can strengthen governance across the healthcare supply chain.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Nigeria has the highest TB burden in Africa, ranking sixth globally. In 2018, 24% (106,533) from the estimated 429,000 TB cases, were reported from Nigeria. This counts as about 440,000 people each year.
The USAID/Nigeria Tuberculosis Local Organization Network (TB-LON 3) project seeks to rapidly find and treat people infected with tuberculosis.
If you are interested in the training or would like further information on the project, please contact: Dr. Olubunmi Ogbodu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, M.D., Partner at the Anadach Group focuses on bringing innovative advice and services to clients in both the public and private sectors who are interested in transforming health care systems. View the recorded video here
Good board work is essential to establish and oversee: policies, the work of healthcare providers and managers needed for the vitality of health sector organizations, and the wise use of funds allocated into the health sectors of Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)1. Unfortunately, boards and good governance are not well-understood, and often overlooked, in the design, development and management of high performing health sectors in LMICs.
By Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Founding Partner at Anadach Group, Contributory Author - April 2019