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The Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) continuous improvement cycle is based on a thorough assessment of the supply chain performance to identify opportunities for improvement and to then leverage resources to implement those improvement. This process requires a long term engagement often involving several technical partners and stakeholders.

This consultancy is to develop standards and indicators to help define and assess NLWGs. To achieve this, a landscape analysis needs to be performed to map countries with an NLWG established and analyze their existing Terms of Reference and modus operandi. The final objective is to develop guidelines, standardized ToRs and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to establish and manage NLWGs in order to improve supply chain management, accountability and leadership at country level.

The Government of Viet Nam is committed to development cooperation effectiveness, and endorsed the Viet Nam Health Partnership Document (VHPD) in 2013 to operationalize the country’s commitments to the principles of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation and the IHP+.

GaneshAID collaborated with Vietnam National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology to develop an e-health promotion module on diabetes prevention and control in recognition of World Health Day 7 April. This innovative module aims to enhance the community’s awareness for diabetes prevention and control.

GaneshAID was contracted by WHO Head Quarter to provide technical services in terms of developing a generic training manual and slides as a training package for introducing and strengthening Hepatitis B birth dose. The generic training manual and slides serves as resources for planning and conducting training needed for introduction of hepatitis B birth dose (HepB-BD) into the national routine immunization schedule.

GaneshAID was contracted by WHO to instructionally design a training package to empower health workers (EPI-MNCH) in administering timely (24h) the HepB-BD to all newborns in Senegal. The training package includes a training guide, a slideshow desk, a case-study, a set of pre and post-test questions, and a simplified job-aid.

In this project we collaborated with the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology to develop a supportive application for surveying, evaluating and educating to improve knowledge on diarrhea and prevention in some localities in the northern mountainous Vietnam. We developed the application on tablet and trained the local health workers to use the application. The project achieved good results. The knowledge of community on CDD and how to prevent it has been significantly improved. The local health workers knew well how to use the device and the application in work.