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OpenLMIS (eSIGL) Cote d'Ivorie

John Snow Inc. (JSI) through the MEASURE Evaluation project currently implements OpenLMIS (developed in partnership with VillageReach) in Côte d’Ivoire in 50 facilities that are clients of the Central Medical Store (NPSP). Locally called eSIGL, OpenLMIS supports requisition processes for several programs including malaria, HIV, lab commodities, essential medicines, and reproductive health medicines. These 50 facilities are using the system on a regular basis to order and report on commodity usage and to provide key stakeholders real time access to available data. Currently, eSIGL is in the process of scaling from the initial 50 facilities to a total of 318 throughout the country.

Location: Cote d'Ivoire
Topic: Data visibility, Logistics management information system (LMIS), Medicine availability, Supply chain/logistics, Technology/ICT

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