Our Goal

Enabling low- and middle-income countries to strengthen their pharmaceutical systems to ensure sustainable access to and appropriate use of essential medicines and related pharmaceutical services.

The Program Has Five Main Objectives

Main objectives
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Services

Improving pharmaceutical services, including product availability and patient-centered care, to achieve health outcomes

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Financing

Optimizing pharmaceutical-sector financing, including resource allocation and use

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Information

Increasing the availability and use of pharmaceutical information for decision making and advancing the global learning agenda

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Capacity

Increasing institutional and human resource capacity for pharmaceutical management and services, including regulation of medical products

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Governance

Strengthening pharmaceutical-sector governance

What's Happening at MTaPS

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Addressing  Workforce Gaps in the Philippines for Efficient Supply Chain Management 

Like many low- and middle-income countries, the Philippines faces health workforce shortages in critical areas such as supply chain and pharmacovigilance (PV) that threaten the health system’s capacity to respond to major health threats and ensure patient safety. The USAID MTaPS Program is supporting the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen institutional capacity for a robust supply chain system and services backed by efficient human resources.
 

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Addressing  Workforce Gaps in the Philippines for Efficient Supply Chain Management 

Like many low- and middle-income countries, the Philippines faces health workforce shortages in critical areas such as supply chain and pharmacovigilance (PV) that threaten the health system’s capacity to respond to major health threats and ensure patient safety. The USAID MTaPS Program is supporting the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) to strengthen institutional capacity for a robust supply chain system and services backed by efficient human resources.
 

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