SAPICS conference highlights contribution of Girls on the Move to supply chain professionalisation
We're thrilled to share a recent feature in a news article, "Saving Lives by Building Skills Capacity in Healthcare Supply Chains," spotlighting our presence at the 2023 SAPICS Conference in Cape Town!
Our Girls on the Move (GotM) program is leading the way in enhancing supply chain professionalization and strengthening skills capacity by providing internship opportunities to young women seeking to pursue a career in supply chain management. Our program is shaping the future of supply chains by building a sustainable pipeline of skilled health supply chain professionals and promoting diversity and inclusivity.
Read the article here: Saving lives by building skills capacity in healthcare supply chains (engineeringnews.co.za)
This article explores the key discussions that arose during a panel on supply chain professionalization moderated by Dr Andrew Brown of the USAID MTaPS Program at the SAPICS Conference. With a focus on the complex challenges facing healthcare supply chains, the panel emphasized the critical importance of the supply chain workforce while also shedding light on the various initiatives and interventions aimed at improving the current state of affairs, particularly in Africa.
We invite you to take a moment to absorb the insights from the article and extend the conversation across your networks. Together, let's rally behind the cause of advancing healthcare and igniting positive change.