A potential solution to addressing this challenge lies with the most commonly used source of medicines in many developing countries-the the private sector drug sellers. The accreditation of drug sellers was not present in Bangladesh until DGDA took the initiative during the implementation of HPNSDP. With the support from JDTAF, MSH worked with DGDA and other sector stakeholders to develop the first standards for retail medicine outlets and design and implement an accreditation program for two new levels of pharmaceutical outlets-Model Pharmacy and Model Medicine Shop. Accreditation standards for retail medicine outlets in Bangladesh have been approved by the competent authority. MSH also developed several strategies to support the implementation of the standards. Realizing the importance of the continuation of the activity and the extensive relevant experience, MOHFW has included the piloting of the approved model for accreditation of retail medicine outlets. DFID Bangladesh is supporting the 4th HNPSP, through the 'Better Health in Bangladesh' program for a period of five years.
Improving access to quality medicines and pharmaceutical services is an essential component of the health services strategy to improve clinical care. Most leading causes of death and disability in developing countries can be prevented, treated, or at least alleviated with cost-effective essential medicines. Despite this fact, hundreds of millions of people do not have regular access to essential medicines and many of those who do have access are given the wrong treatment, receive too little medicine for their illness, or do not use the medicine correctly. Ensuring the availability, affordability, accessibility, and appropriate use of quality medicines is thus crucially important in order to improve the health status of the population. This is a challenge for many countries, including Bangladesh.
DHIS2 is an open-source information system for analysis, reporting with crip visualization ability including chart, GIS, and pivot tables. DHIS2 tracker is being used in Nigeria to monitor the business activity plan from this year. A business plan is ways of gathering health facilities budget and expenditure record for every quarter in a year which means four quarters in a row of year income, budget, and expenditure are available for division making analysis and visualization. This budget and expenditure plans are financed by government, INGO, donors, world bank, and the likes of other international partners, to curb out overspending, an unnecessary and duplicating project for efficient and effective spending for service delivery.
To design and development of web applications with project information, HR activity planner, project activities, crip visualization, BI reports & archiving, environmental regulation, contact, gallery, multi-languages capabilities, etc. We have developed their project dashboards including skill enhancement projects.
Setup of DHIS2 server, installed on an Ubuntu server and hosted via CloudCreate a DHIS2 Installation Guide for Ubuntu 19.04 LTS on the current Digital Ocean environment. Initial configuration of DHIS2 server which includes (Organizational groups, Data Elements, and Assignment of Data Sets) Aggregated data set the configuration for Tuberculosis Tracker configuration for Tuberculosis
The prevalence of malnutrition among children and mothers is alarmingly high and calls for action to achieve food security, mainly for the rural population of Bangladesh, which is an utmost need. The National Nutrition Programme (NNP) is one of the success stories of the GO-NGO partnership effort to assist people specifically children and women affected by malnutrition in Bangladesh. The success of the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP), undertaken by the Government of Bangladesh in a large but limited area with the World Bank and other donors has demonstrated that community mobilization and community nutrition services delivered by NGOs can bring rapid and sustainable reductions in severe malnutrition among children. NGOs are able to deliver targeted food and micronutrient supplements to reproductive women who are suffering from chronic energy and micro-nutrient deficiency.Project Goal: To improve the nutrition status of women & children so that malnutrition is no longer a public health problem.
To automate full office they offered to develop ISPERP with the following modules: HRM, CRM, Customer Self-care portal, Billing, Sales, Inventory, Accounting, Support Ticket Management, Box & ONU Management, Prepaid Card Generations, Online Payment Gateway, Pop/ Reseller Management, Branch Office Management, Real & Static IP management, Mikrotik Administration, Integrated Radius Server, SMS & E-mail notification, Dynamic notification center, Automatic BTRC report.
Restaurant POS: A POS is a central unit of your restaurant management system. Your database gets updated every time a new customer gets their order punched in. Apart from this, a POS helps in handling essential operations such as printing, card payments, sales hold, and of course, billing.
CRM management: Post-sign-up by the customer or online order processing the system capture the customer records which will help you to further campaigns.
Employee management: Attendance tracking, overtime, productivity and time sheets tracking, user access settings, employee details, payroll management feature
Others: Full inventory, Finances and Accounting module