- Keywords > Amazon Malaria Initiative (AMI)
- Keywords > antimalarials – supply and distribution
- Keywords > availability - antimalarial medications
- Keywords > malaria - control strategies
- Keywords > national malaria control programs
- Keywords > pharmaceutical supply
- Keywords > procurement and supply management (PSM)
(2012; 5 pages) [Spanish]
Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceutical Services (SIAPS) Program. 2012. Technical Assistance in Managing the Supply of Antimalarials in Low-Incidence Regions. Arlington, VA: Management Sciences for Health.
Different Management Sciences for Health (MSH) programs1 financed by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Amazon Malaria Initiative (AMI) have given their support, since 2002, to managing the supply of antimalarials in countries sharing the Amazon basin (and lately, in Central American countries). Over the course of these years, it has become necessary to rethink strategies, given the fast changes in malaria’s epidemiological situation.
Amazon Malaria Initiative (AMI) has led and enhanced this approach of progressive integration of strategies aiming at different geographic ranges.