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Supply Chain Investment Coordination and Advocacy (SCICA)
The program provides technical assistance to the DRC government to manage investments in supply chain strengthening, based on clearly defined objectives and the contribution of existing interventions, and that coordinates those interventions to achieve the greatest impact.
CountryDemocratic Republic of Congo
SolutionNot Affiliated to a Solution
The Supply Chain Investment Coordination & Advocacy (SCICA) program in Democratic Republic of Congo aims to create better coordination of donor-funded and government-funded supply chain investments. Since 2020 we have been working with the DRC government to implement an approach that manages investments in supply chain strengthening in a limited number of national programs and provinces in order to:
- Improve supply chain performance
- Improved use of both donor-driven and domestic supply chain investments at the national and subnational level
- In DRC, the SCICA approach is currently implemented in 5 programs that cover products related to reproductive health, nutrition, HIV-AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, as well as and in three provinces (Kinshasa, Haut Katanga and Tshopo).
- By 2025, we hope this approach will be extended to all DRC provinces with technical assistance from partners.
- Moving forward we hope to replicate the SCICA solution in more African countries.
Supply Chain Investment Coordination: Advocacy Brief
Request SCICA Toolkit
- Supply Chain Mapping
- Supply Chain Performance
- Data Collection Plan
- Supply Chain Partners’ Performance Framework
- Supply Chain Performance Analysis Framework
- Fish Bone
- Performance Results Template
- Presentation template for Supply Chain Priorities
- Framework for Reviews
This tool provides a template with eight different sections that guides the user in mapping of public health supply chain stakeholders and interventions in. It provides a global view of the current interventions led across different partners for improved supply chain planning and alignment.
This tool helps users define national performance and supply chain indicators. It has three sections: a general overview, instructions and the tool itself.
This tool helps users to define in advance how the data will be collected, where the data will be collected, by whom and at what frequency, etc. It is made up of three sections: instructions, collection plan and a dashboard.
This tool enables users to identify performance indicators of supply chain interventions led by government partners. It provides a framework for users to collect data on partner performance as it relates to and influences the supply chain performance of government entities.
This tool provides a framework to analyze supply intervention performance indicators from both government and partner interventions. This analysis provides a broader coordinated picture of a country’s supply chain performance.
This tool allows you to carry out an analysis following the five whys method in order to allow a deep analysis of problems encountered in different areas of the supply chain. This tool will help discover the root cause of various supply chain challenges.
This tool is used to present identified Supply Chain priorities or needs and recommendations or resolutions from the Supply Chain investment review. The tool is made up of three sections: introduction of the tool, instructions for using the template, and the performance results template itself.
This tool is used to present Supply Chain priorities and recommendations identified during the annual supply chain investment review. The tool is made up of three sections: introduction of the tool, instructions for using the template, and the presentation template itself.
This tool offers a framework for users to plan for and conduct both annual and quarterly or semi-annual supply chain investment reviews. It also offers guidance to monitor the progress and action items of previous review sessions. and Supply Chain performance in relation to the objectives set. The tool has both instructions for using the framework and the framework tool itself.
National Progress 2020-23
- Ministry of Health
- PNAM (National Procurement Program)
- PNSR (National Program in charge of Reproductive Health)
- PRONANUT (National Program in charge of Nutrition)
- PNLS (National Program in charge of fighting against HIV-AIDS)
- PNLT (National Program in charge of fighting against Tuberculosis)
- PNLP (National Program in charge of fighting against Malaria)
- Provincial Health Divisions
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation