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Course Title: Monitoring and Evaluation: Strengthening Supply Chain in Health - May 2017

Venue: ESAMI Headquarters, Arusha, TANZANIA  
Learning Duration:  1 week 
Starting: 22 May 2017  Ending: 26 May 2017
Fees: 1150 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.

The ultimate purpose of a logistics system assessment is to verify that all facilities at all levels can fulfil the six rights. A system that ensures that customers receive the supplies they want and need probably has few weaknesses to overcome. When you conduct a general logistics assessment the purpose is to assess the entire system's strength and weaknesses, present the results of the assessment to senior management and policy makers for decision making in order to improve the logistics system and propose an implementation plan with specific steps, based on your recommendation.


At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Increase knowledge and understanding of how monitoring and evaluation

processes can strengthen logistics performance through the use of evidence based decision making and ultimately contribute to commodity security;

  • Determine appropriate M&E indicators for logistics management;
  • Select and utilize different tools to collect and analyze both data collected

through routine reports and data collected through periodic surveys;

  • Develop and implement M&E plans;
  • Advocate for the use of M&E data and information to improve system performance



Officials who plan and assist with monitoring and evaluation studies of logistics systems, those who develop or assist with the development of M&E study protocols and instruments, those who participate in or oversee the collection of data to monitor logistics activities; provide or use information for planning and managing programs.


Basic monitoring and evaluation concepts to supply chain management; linking program goals to monitoring and evaluation activities and ongoing system improvement; selecting and developing appropriate indicators for various logistics functions, such as forecasting, distribution and product availability; monitoring and evaluation methods and tools for periodic and data collection; developing a strategy and plan for monitoring and evaluating logistics activities; using M&E results to advocate for system improvements.

Course No:  2017-05-22-3-15-1784



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