This global charitable organization works in both developed and developing countries to improve overall health and education services for individual well-being.
In support of its efforts to improve the supply of high-quality pharmaceutical commodities to public health facilities, the global charitable organization sought to establish a framework to coordinate the activities of multiple stakeholder organizations involved in funding, governing or delivering public health programs.
It recognized an opportunity to develop a blueprint operating model that multiple organizations could use to define their roles in the supply chain activities that are essential to delivering health outcomes.
At the conclusion of the project, both global and country-level designs were ratified by stakeholders and passed into the custodianship of the project steering committee. This group of international government and donor stakeholders would have the influence to advocate for its adoption in developing countries, and ensure that lessons learned from implementation in one location would be fed back and used to update the blueprint documentation for further use in other settings.