An Innovation in Supply Chain Monitoring System; an e-LMIS intervention which addressed the challenges in handling supply chain information and data processing at AGPAHI, Tanzania.

Author: Emilian Ng’wandu1

Co – authors: Obed Manase2, Kunda Mtui3, Prof. Andy Barraclough4

1 Program Coordinator, Pharmaceutical Management and Supply Chains, AGPAHI
2 Senior IT Officer, AGPAHI
3 Software Developer and Programmer - Masoko Tanzania LTD
4 Director of Training and Capacity Development, Empower School of Health


The Tanzania health system is organized into four main levels, which are: district, regional, zonal and national levels. These levels
have a network of hospitals, health centers and dispensaries. The country has over 8,215 healthcare facilities, 79% of which are
owned by the government, 13% faith-based and voluntary, and 8% privately owned.


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What We Do

  • Provision of Comprehensive HIV Care +

    The purpose of** Boresha Project** is to support comprehensive facility-based HIV testing, care, treatment and support service provision in 9 scale-up and 25 sustained districts in the five lake zone regions of Geita, Mara, Mwanza, Simiyu and Shinyanga. .

  • TB in the Mining Sector Programme +

    TB in mining sector (TIMS) project is funded by Global fund through Development Aid from People to People (ADPP - Mozambique). AGPAHI is a sub-recipient of ADPP Mozambique.The project target is to screen TB to approximately 30,000 mine workers and their families.

  • CIFF Reprogramming +

    Project Goal is to improve health services to prevent HIV transmission, increase identification of adolescents with HIV infection, and improve HIV care and treatment and retention for ALHIV in Tanzania.

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