NSCIP Achievements

  1. NPSCMP delivered the NSCIP project successfully in 2015-2017, in other to ensure proper and targeted implementation of her objectives in procurement and Supply Chain Management
  2. The Deloitte report in Dec 2018 emphasized the success of the NSCIP project of the global community
  3. NPSCMP put Nigeria on the global map as the only country out of about 20 African countries that has achieved integration. Based on this, TGF commissioned a case study on Nigeria to study the process of integration. Key stakeholders were interviewed for the documentary PSH, CCM, Donors, Partners, NSCIP project staff, public health programs.
  4. NPSCMP successfully implemented the PSM portion of the RSSH grant 2019-2020
  5. We met and exceeded our target and expected deliverables and also out performed other SRs on the RSSH grant
  6. We established a National logistic management database; Nigeria Health Logistics Management Information System (NHLMIS), which has been linked to a National Service data tool; District Health Information System (DHIS 2.0), to ensure end -to-end data visibility across all program
  7. Developed the maiden National Health Product Supply Chain Strategy and Implementation Plan 2021-2025
  8. Developed a Harmonized Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for logistics Management of Pharmaceutical and other health products
  9. Health Logistics Integration at National level
  10. Optimization of Supply Chain at federal and state (across all health programs)
  11. Set up of the National Warehousing Advisory Committee (NWAC)
  12. Costed budget and plan for the rehabilitation of FMS, Oshodi through support of the Global Fund
  13. Warehousing and Distribution network design completed for the northwest and south-south zones
  14. Development/Dissemination of National Quality Assurance Policy and National Supply Chain Management Policy
  15. Conducted targeted Procurement Supply Chain mgt (PSM) trainings for building the capacity of FMOH (at least 52 states)/SMOH program officers
  16. Sensitization of SMOH gate-keepers to own, drive and invest in the distribution of medicines to the last mile
  17. Developed mechanisms for mentoring service providers at state levels while providing them with necessary tools to effectively supervise the lower levels.
  18. Built capacity of states to sustain on-going integration efforts in case of disruption or termination of donor support
  19. Introduce a system to improve visibility and transparency in inventory, warehousing and distribution management of products i.e. QSSR and NSSR
  20. Strengthening of relevant instruments/structures at national and state levels such as Steering committees, National/zonal PSM TWGs, and their sub-committees
  21. Mobilized a network of supply chain staff, International partners (over 410 persons met). Engaged over 700 decision makers on KPIs and baseline PSM parameters.
  22. Approval and endorsement by the Federal Government, Global Fund and other partners for Nigeria to extend the integration project to the remaining 23 states of Nigeria
  23. Sensitized and introduced Integration to remaining 23 states of the country with over 1,400 decision makers encountered.
  24. Conducted Feasibility Studies and data analysis on Facility Audit Capability across the FCT

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