Please note that the Indaba has now been postponed to 2022

PtD GLOBALINDABA

POSTPONED TO 2022

Due to the Pandemic the dates of the PtD Global Indaba are currently being reconsidered and the event is planned to take place in 2022.
Please watch this space for more information.

ABOUT THE PtD GLOBAL INDABA

2020 is a crucial year for addressing the human resource (HR) crisis in health supply chain management (SCM) in low-income countries. With 10 years remaining to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target of universal health coverage, a greater emphasis must be paid to the health workforce, including those who manage the health supply chain.  The SDG targets simply cannot be achieved without an adequately staffed and skilled health workforce.
 
Given the growing importance of the topic of workforce development in health supply chains, and the recognition of the urgent need for action, People that Deliver (PtD) is hosting the PtD Global Indaba, an international forum with a dedicated focus on HR for SCM. It will be a space to present and share the significant experiences and knowledge that has been generated in this area in recent years.
 
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programme 2022

The registration fee to attend these two exciting days is US$250 Early Bird.
(Registration fee increases to $300 once Early Bird closes.)

2022 SIDE programmes

What in the world is an Indaba?

Indaba is a word in the Zulu language that means “gathering” or “discussion.” An eclectic event deserves a unique name, which is why we chose to call this event an “Indaba.”

OBJECTIVES OF THE PtD GLOBAL INDABA

Present evidence and experiences regarding the PtD focus on human resources for health supply chains and how these are applied to maximize staff performance in SCM organizations in the health sector

Promote the south-to-south exchange of knowledge to practice and peer to peer (country to country) learning, regarding human resources in health supply chains

Promote inter-organizational relationships between SCM organizations, academic institutions and private sector entities

Demonstrate interagency and international advocacy, collaboration and coordination regarding a focus on human resources in health supply chains

Learn from the private sector regarding their approaches to HR for SCM

Challenge countries to formulate the next steps required for further sustainable action regarding HR in SCM, within country specific contexts

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