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GIS Data Visualization to Optimize
Family Planning Supply Chain
Performance in Bangladesh: Initial
Experience and Opportun...
Problem statement
• Unavailability of real-time logistics information from
service delivery points (SDPs)
• Poor data qual...
Addressing the challenge: the Process
• Conducted system review, analyzed options and
redesigned
• SDP wise product mappin...
Addressing the challenge: Development of eLMIS/
SDP dashboard Module
Developed and incorporated a web-based Service Delive...
Advantages of eLMIS/SDP Dashboard Module
Web-enabled logistics information system (SDP
Dashboard module) facilitated in:
-...
Supply Chain Information Portal- At a glance
DGFP’s web-based portal: Includes a wide range of features to
manage procurem...
FP commodity surveillance at different
levels
Case study using eLMIS GIS data (I)
Stock Status of Injectables at Regional Warehouses at end of April 2015
Site performance*
Operational Status of the HIS
tools
Data Quality Issues
*Data as of 30 April 2015
Result: % of SDPs (FWA, FWV, NGO) having
stock-out of FP-RH commodities
Finally, among SDPs, stock-out rates for
contracep...
Case Study (II): DDS Kits (Dec 2011- April 2012)
CS-08 months
Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12
MOS 8.4 7.5 6.5 5.6 5.1
Stock-out 0 8 11 2 3
Potential Stock-out 10 57 48 47 37
Under-s...
Challenges
• Data standards for data sharing
• Regular updates of spatial data
• Prompt actions taken based on information...
Opportunities and Way Forward (I)
• Data integration (spatial data, health data, drug
logistics)
• Availability of spatial...
Opportunities and Way forward (II)
• Government and donor commitment and potential
collaboration can accelerate the progre...
GIS integration in other national programs
- Medical Equipment Tracking Module- Point facility
with equipment status throu...
Thanks!!
mkibria@msh.org
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GIS Data Visualization to Optimize the Family Planning Supply Chain Performance in Bangladesh: Initial Experience and Opportunities

  1. 1. GIS Data Visualization to Optimize Family Planning Supply Chain Performance in Bangladesh: Initial Experience and Opportunities MEASURE Evaluation GIS Working Group meeting, 2015 Mohammad Golam Kibria Senior Technical Advisor, SIAPS Program Management Sciences for Health (MSH) Bangladesh
  2. 2. Problem statement • Unavailability of real-time logistics information from service delivery points (SDPs) • Poor data quality and use • Untapped opportunity to improve logistics management system and monitoring performance at the last mile delivery points through GIS Data visualization ……resulting to chronic sporadic stock-outs of contraceptives at SDP level
  3. 3. Addressing the challenge: the Process • Conducted system review, analyzed options and redesigned • SDP wise product mapping and enhance FP commodity surveillance SDP include Family Welfare Assistants (FWA), Family Welfare Visitors (FWV), NGO etc. • Linking GIS data with eLMIS data • Improved documentation and provided technical and technological capacity building training at all levels
  4. 4. Addressing the challenge: Development of eLMIS/ SDP dashboard Module Developed and incorporated a web-based Service Delivery Point (SDP) dashboard module in the DGFP Supply Chain Information Portal (www.dgfplmis.org) that provides- •SDP Stock Status information through Upazila Inventory Management System (running in 488 sub-districts) •DataViz: An interactive dashboard presenting easy-to- understand charts, GIS maps and tables on stock levels of individual SDP •Early Warning System- SMS alert for action reminder, tracking report submission against timeline, potential stock imbalance/stock out of FP commodities
  5. 5. Advantages of eLMIS/SDP Dashboard Module Web-enabled logistics information system (SDP Dashboard module) facilitated in: - improving data availability, accessibility, quality - enhancing monitoring capacity, transparency and efficiency of the family planning commodity tracking system - improving performance of individual SDP - Mapping out potential vacant positions and human resource planning - Identifying the low performing sites and Joint monitoring visit
  6. 6. Supply Chain Information Portal- At a glance DGFP’s web-based portal: Includes a wide range of features to manage procurement processes from planning to the receipt of commodities. Accessible to the MOHFW and stakeholder decision-makers at various levels
  7. 7. FP commodity surveillance at different levels
  8. 8. Case study using eLMIS GIS data (I) Stock Status of Injectables at Regional Warehouses at end of April 2015
  9. 9. Site performance* Operational Status of the HIS tools Data Quality Issues *Data as of 30 April 2015
  10. 10. Result: % of SDPs (FWA, FWV, NGO) having stock-out of FP-RH commodities Finally, among SDPs, stock-out rates for contraceptives reduced from 1.63% in February 2014 to 0.28% in January 2015 in selected sub- districts including three urban sites Presentation: 12th International Urban Health Conference, 2015
  11. 11. Case Study (II): DDS Kits (Dec 2011- April 2012) CS-08 months
  12. 12. Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 MOS 8.4 7.5 6.5 5.6 5.1 Stock-out 0 8 11 2 3 Potential Stock-out 10 57 48 47 37 Under-stock 28 157 198 168 151 Satisfactory 175 145 151 194 202 Over-stock 270 116 75 72 92 Case Study continued….
  13. 13. Challenges • Data standards for data sharing • Regular updates of spatial data • Prompt actions taken based on information • Retention of trained staff • Improving the ICT infrastructure • Ensuring feedback mechanism from upper tier/supportive supervision visit • Thoroughly discussing FP program’s performance in the district/Upazila monthly meeting • Staff motivation
  14. 14. Opportunities and Way Forward (I) • Data integration (spatial data, health data, drug logistics) • Availability of spatial data, computers, GPS • DGFP eLMIS GIS data visualization can support the systematic organization of critical logistics information needed for timely decision making in FP program • This level of visibility in performance can have profound motivating effects through both recognition of excellence, and transparency of poor performance
  15. 15. Opportunities and Way forward (II) • Government and donor commitment and potential collaboration can accelerate the progress towards good governance and accountability around pharmaceutical management • Data driven policy decisions (by Forecasting Working Group, Logistics Coordination Forum etc.) can improve overall supply chain management • Progress towards the sustainability of Health Information System tools for supply chain management
  16. 16. GIS integration in other national programs - Medical Equipment Tracking Module- Point facility with equipment status through Google Map - Introduction of the Quantum GIS in the National Tuberculosis programs
  17. 17. Thanks!! mkibria@msh.org

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