Consultancy to Support the Swaziland Pharmaceutical Assistance and Supply Chain Management Program
Baylor-Malawi is seeking a consultant experienced in the areas of pharmacy systems strengthening and pharmaceutical supply chain management to support the transition of the SIAPS (Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services) program in Swaziland from Management Sciences for Health (MSH) to Baylor-Malawi and the TSP program.
The transition period during which Baylor-Malawi and its TSP consortium partner, Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Swaziland (Baylor-Swaziland), will be preparing to continue SIAPS program work and set-up a new program recently started in mid-December and will run through March 22, 2018. On that date, the TSP Program will be responsible for the National Program, which will encompass pharmaceutical systems support, regulation for safety and efficacy and supply chain management.
Baylor-Malawi and the TSP program require a consultant experienced in the areas of pharmacy systems strengthening and pharmaceutical supply chain management to provide technical assistance and advisory services to support Baylor-Malawi and Baylor-Swaziland during the transition period. The consultant’s support will facilitate a smooth transition of the existing program and staff, help identify and select key personnel to lead the program going forward, provide technical inputs and support on longer-term work plans to support stakeholder needs, and ensure adequate technical support is provided to the local staff in the short-term and on an ongoing basis.