The course covers introductory level supply chain management, presenting basic principles of supply and support structures and functions, with a specific focus on problems related to global health. The course engages participants in the analysis of case studies that describe efforts to improve commodities supply chains and healthcare delivery in resource-poor settings
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
To all those who work or aspire to work in the area of international cooperation for public health at all levels. It is of special interest for (future) leaders and managers addressing the need to link strong business management expertise and a sound education in public health.