Zambia

Using the Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology to create a LMIS Roadmap

In Zambia, the MOH is developing an accurate and real-time system for collecting and managing the data needed from the service delivery layer to inform the procurement, management and distribution of medical commodities.

VillageReach, in partnership with PATH, worked with the MOH and its partners to develop a vision and roadmap for logistics management information systems (LMIS) in the country.
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As a first step, PATH and VillageReach facilitated a series of workshops with the MOH, Medical Stores Limited (MSL), and the partners who support the MOH in supply chain strengthening, to develop a shared vision and a comprehensive set of user requirements using the Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology (CRDM) as the starting point. Now that the Zambia version of the CRDM has been developed and endorsed by the MOH and its partners, VillageReach is continuing to support the next steps by assisting the MOH and its partners to move forward on their road map and investigate solutions for a new computerized LMIS.

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