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As per written request from FSDP unit and planning unit of DGFP, MSH/SIAPS Technical team met relevant officials of these two units in two separate meeting held on 10 October 2011 and 12 October 2011 respectively.

Despite several advances made in supply chain management for reproductive health commodities in Bangladesh with support from USAID over the past few decades, procurement faces a challenge to support adequate and timely program implementation of the health and population sector.

The ninth quarterly Logistics Coordination Forum (LCF) meeting was held on 10 October, 2011 at DGFP IEM Conference room. Mr. M.M. Neazuddin, Director General of the Directorate General of Family Planning chaired the meeting.

Directorate General of Family Planning (DGFP) procures a lot of commodities including Oral Pill, Condom, Injectables, IUD, DDS Kits etc. in large quantity in each procurement cycle utilizing Government & World Bank managed pool fund.

A technical session titled “Bid document and PPM review workshop” was held on 8 - 9 August and 16 - 17 August, 2011, at the L&S Unit conference room at DGFP and at MSH/SPS conference room respectively.

The Directorate General of Family Planning’s (DGFP) new Supply Chain Information Portal (SCIP) received two prestigious awards at Bangladesh’s Digital Innovation Fair in July 2011.

A two-day long workshop was organized by DGFP and facilitated by MSH/SPS on “assessing the functionality and efficiency of the current DGFP Web-based Logistics Management Tools and Reports” held on 29-30 March 2011.

Warehouse Inventory Management System (WIMS), Upazila Inventory Management System (UIMS) and Web-Based LMIS introduced to generate reports and help Manager/Policy maker to make decision based on evidence.

 

The Launching ceremony of the DGFP Web-based Procurement and Logistics Management Tools was held on 15th February 2011, Tuesday at the Ball room Pan Pacific Sonargaon, Dhaka chaired by Md. Humayun Kabir, Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW).

SPS engaged one international consultant with a national expert to provide an in-depth evaluation the procurement management capacity of the Directorate General of Family Planning (DGFP), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh.

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