In many low- and middle-income countries, health systems face shortages of qualified health workers, and decision-makers lack the data and tools needed to optimize existing resources.
Webinar: Supply Chain Workforces in Pandemic Response.
Event | June 10, 2020
On June 10, 2020, Chemonics and People that Deliver hosted a webinar that brought together health supply chain professionals to share insights on how the pandemic has affected supply chain operations.
As global supply chains are disrupted and delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, health supply chain workers risk being overlooked and ignored. Now more than ever, enhanced coordination is needed at the global and country levels to pool resources, avoid duplication of efforts, and, above all, address the needs of the workers whose skills and commitment keep supply chains functioning. On June 10, 2020, Chemonics and People that Deliver hosted a webinar that brought together health supply chain professionals from the public and private sectors to share insights and experiences on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their supply chain operations. The speakers shared practical resources, tools, and guidance utilized by their own organizations to ensure their supply chain workforce is safe, protected, and supported. View the recording and presentation slides below.