The LOGIVAC project has been supporting the Comé health zone for the past six months to implement the strategic orientations defined by Benin’s Ministry of Health following an EVM + HERMES & CCEM evaluation conducted in 2012. In this context, a project team visited the health zone’s optimized supply chain on February 7, 2014.
On Sept 12, 2013 the LOGIVAC project granted the health district of Come with an important equipment donation to help them optimise their cold chaine. This event has been broadcated by the Notional TV (ORTB).
The LOGIVAC project, jointly implemented by the Agence de Médecine Préventive (AMP) and the World Health Organization (WHO), aims to professionalize health logistics in Africa. The project has supported the implementation of the first training degree program in health logistics in Africa. Created by the University of Abomey-Calavi through a partnership with the Regional Institute of Public Health (IRSP), WHO, UNICEF, and Institut Bioforce, under the leadership of AMP, the first edition of the training was held in 2013.
The LOGIVAC project, jointly implemented by AMP and the World Health Organization (WHO), launched the first training degree program in health logistics in Francophone Africa on March 26, 2013. The event took place at the Regional Institute of Public Health (Institut Régional de Santé Publique, IRSP) in Ouidah, Benin, where classroom learning is given to the 24 participants from across Africa.
This three-minute video, created by the non-profit organization PATH, examines the growing challenges of maintaining reliable vaccine supply and logistics systems and offers potential solutions toward achieving optimized, efficient systems that reach people with the vaccines they need. For more information on the 2020 Global Vision for Vaccine Supply and Logistics Systems visit TechNet-21.org