Advocacy, quantification and information management: sharing the tools with professionals in Francophone Africa

Advocacy, quantification and information management: sharing the tools with professionals in Francophone Africa
A pregnant patient waits as Nurse Fridah Musonda takes notes during a consultation at the Chimembe Rural Health Centre in Chimembe Village Zambia in October 2010. ©UNICEF/Nesbitt/2010

The UN Commission on Life-Saving Commodities and Securité reproductive en Afrique francophone (SECONAF – a forum under the Reproductive Health Supply Chain Coalition, focusing on francophone Africa) are organizing a workshop on “Strategies and tools to better manage and promote 13 life-saving commodities for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health”. The workshop will take place 9-10 September in Dakar, Senegal, back to back with the SECONAF annual member meeting, and will bring together professionals working in the area of commodity security for  reproductive health products, and focusing on Francophone Africa.

The workshop will offer three tracks, each looking into how to improve access to life-saving commodities: advocacy, quantification and health service delivery and information management tools.

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