Who are they? • USAID-Funded Program managed by John Snow, Inc.
Deliver’s Five Core Objectives: • Commodity Security • Health Care Sector Reform • HIV/AIDS • Monitoring and Evaluation • NEWVERN
Deliver’s Five Core Objectives Aim to Improve: • Logistics systems, including distribution, forecasting, procurement, management information systems, and evaluation • Human capacity in logistics, including training and other performance improvement strategies for both individuals and organizations • Resource mobilization for contraceptive security, including building policy commitment, coordinating donor efforts, developing local leadership, and building on the opportunities of health sector reform
Aim of Core Objectives (continued): • Adoption and adaptation of advances in logistics (from the commercial sector), including operations and analytical research • USAID's contraceptive procurement system, including estimating requirements for USAID-funded products and operating and upgrading USAID's central commodity management information system (NEWVERN)
Commodity Security DELIVER commodity security activities include: • Educating key leaders about the critical role logistics plays in health programs • Building policy commitment for better logistics systems • Coordinating donor efforts • Developing local leadership
Health Sector Reform (HSR) • HSR team helps DELIVER staff respond effectively to situations in which health reforms impact their work by providing information and analysis about recent developments related to HSR • Works to expand knowledge about the impacts of HSR on logistics systems and primary health care product availability
HIV/AIDS Strengthen commodities logistics and to ensure the availability of essential HIV/AIDS products at service delivery points
Monitoring and Evaluation The Monitoring and Evaluation Division of DELIVER focuses on: • Assessing the performance of logistics systems • Monitoring the progress of health programs in improving commodity availability to clients • Evaluating the impact of DELIVER's technical assistance in achieving its strategic objective (ensuring product availability at the service delivery points)
NEWVERN • A contraceptive procurement system for funding, production, shipping and inventory management. Originally developed in 1989, it continues to enable the Contraceptive and Logistics Management Division (CLM) of the USAID Office of Population to manage its worldwide contraceptive distribution program.
Where to Get More Information • Deliver’s Website www.deliver.jsi.com