Presentation on theme: "National PSM Coordination Mechanism Dr Vincent Habiyambere WHO/HIV Department AIDS Medicines & Diagnostics Service (AMDS) Bangkok, 25-30 July 2005."— Presentation transcript:
National PSM Coordination Mechanism Dr Vincent Habiyambere WHO/HIV Department AIDS Medicines & Diagnostics Service (AMDS) Bangkok, 25-30 July 2005
2 AMDS Background 6 M people need ART but only 12% have access to it: 1 M in June 2005: significant progress compared 400 000 in December 2003. This was possible thanks to national and international commitment: the GFATM, bilateral (PEPFAR, ESTHER, DFID, CIDA, etc.), Multilateral (MAP, TAP, WB, etc.), civil society, etc. Scale-up of the number of people on ART to reach the 3 by 5 Target: Overstretches not only the health systems but also the national procurement and supply management (PSM) systems Introduces the concept of "full supply" required for the treatment of acute and chronic care: over 100 commodities needed for the management of HIV/AIDS. Offers opportunities to improve the national PSM systems and to increase access to essential drugs: ex. TB and malaria drugs. There are many stakeholders operating at global, regional, national and sub-national levels Hence the need for coordination or at least collaboration.
3 AMDS At global level AMDS Partners UN Agencies WHO (HIV, TCM, PSM, RO & COs), UNICEF, World Bank, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNDP. Technical organizations and donor agencies Centrale Humanitaire Medico-Pharmaceutique, Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, Commonwealth Pharmaceutical Association, Crown Agents, Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network, GFATM, IDA, JSI, MSH, ESTHER Observers MSF, US State Department (OGAC/PEPFAR), USAID, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Secretariat AMDS unit of HIV Department of WHO
4 AMDS AMDS partner functions Procurement UNICEF, IDA, CHMP and WHO/CPS on a competitive basis Stockpile development "Normative" Prequalification Monograph development Forecasting and quantification tool development Supply chain management system development ……………… Operational Country level staffing Capacity building at country and regional levels PSM training (Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Arusha, Abuja, Beirut, Honduras, Barbados, Bangkok, Johannesburg, Pretoria, DKR, etc.) Technical support to countries: ex. joint country missions
6 AMDS: The repository of PSM information and tools for HIV/AIDS……. http://www.who.int/3by5/amds/en/
7 AMDS Global price reporting mechanism http://www.who.int/3by5/amds/gprm/en/index.html
8 AMDS The PSM partners at country level What are the partner institutions involved in PSM in your country ?
9 AMDS The PSM partners at country level How these partner institutions are coordinated or what are the PSM areas in which they are collaborating? What is the coordinating body? Areas in which collaboration has occured?
National PSM Coordination ( e.g. Kenya ) WHO: HIV NPO/3by5 Officer, EDM NPO GFATM WB PEPFAR JSI KEMSA MEDS CEDMAP Other AMDS – HQ RO staff MOH: NASCOP or Nat'l Drugs Programme MSH FHI UNICEF
11 AMDS National PSM Coordination Body Possible activities Regular information sharing on PSM Current activities Strategic info (e.g. sources and prices, patent status, local production capacity, quantities procured, stock in hand, etc.) Harmonization of country-level PSM planning, implementation & reporting mechanisms One LMIS for drug management for multiple donor streams Training & Implementation Tools Common approaches for product selection, rational drug use, Harmonise LMIS and monitoring/reporting tools Facility-level guidelines on stock management and reporting Jointly forecast national needs Common Programme M&E tool. Common agenda to address HR gap in pharmaceutical sector: coordinate training activities, common incentive policies.