VITALLIANCE partners with Donors, Ministries of Health, Suppliers, Private Sector and Faith-based Organizations, to transform humanitarian aid and pharmaceutical supply chains in Africa and emerging economies. Vitalliance offers a unique combination of innovative network technology and supply chain expertise, gained on the ground in Africa, along with experience transforming operations and coaching local teams to proficiency. The result is optimal services, maximum value from funds, and better patient outcomes at lower costs.
Gain Visibility and Optimize Your Spend for Maximum the Impact
Connect to the Humanitarian Aid Network, a multiparty network that spans organizations and countries, and gain visibility to how your program is being carried out and see the impact of your donations. Make decisions based on data sourced from across the entire program. Optimize your results and patients served with continual near-real time feedback on program performance.
Community – People as the core asset for operational change and sustainability,
Governance – Policy to direct business controls and enable standardization,
Innovations – Technology to execute with consistency and achieve optimal performance
Data – Monitor and improve cycles to drive transformation
The Humanitarian Aid Network is a patient-centric network, providing visibility and collaboration across extended and complex supply chains. It can be used by Donors, Ministries of Health, Pharmaceutical Suppliers, Faith-Based, and Private Sector organizations.
The Logistics Management Information System (LMIS) is part of a complete solution to support transformation of the supply chain. Vitalliance partners with clients offering services from our African Support Centre services, and leveraging the One Network Humanitarian Aid Network.
Our Africa Support Centre (ASC) is set up to collaborate, and coach client teams to build local talent for long term ownership and operational responsibility. We work alongside the relevant communities to support the design, build and operate operating of supply networks.