SoftWorks will work with South Sudan Ministry of Health and counterpart to develop a pharmaceutical information tracking dashboard for South Sudan. The software will track and monitor stock status of ARV and Tracer Pharmaceutical products of South Sudan health system.

  • SoftWorks will work with the SIAPS South Sudan team and the technical counterparts from MoH/LMU, to customize and adapt the already developed OSPSIDA and OSPSANTE dashboards and deploy this dashboard for HIV/AIDS medicines and other tracer medicines for South Sudan.
  • SoftWorks has to come to South Sudan and have meet the MoH/LMU/CMS personnel, USAID, MSH/SIAPS staff and other stakeholders as required for collecting data and reporting requirements for the dashboard.
  • To develop the dashboard data entry, reports and admin functionality for SIAPS staff as well as Pharmacist of HIV/AIDS/STD Control Program to capture following functionalities:
    • Collect and review paper/Excel reporting forms of health commodity and patients, and plan for updates based on collected data.
    • Gather MoH South Sudan specifications on role-based user profiles.
    • Validate conformity of reference data definition such as Country Profile, States, Counties, Payams, Regimens, Products, and Health Facilities.
    • Collation of Patient and commodity information on the same platform
    • Provides data analysis and enhances reporting
    • The system to adaptable to current reporting system
    • The system should have easy and timely access to data and reports
    • Ability to capture Quantification, Shipment, Inventory and consumption data used to determine the risk of stock out
    • To develop tool to enhance coordination among key players including Central Medical Store, MOH, National Programs and Donors/Partners
    • Opportunity for trend analysis to identify patterns associated increased risk of stock out and mitigate mechanism

Technology used:

PHP, MySQL, Joomla, JavaScript, JQuery, JSON, XML, D3, ExtJS, HighCharts, Leaflet


MSH/SIAPS South Sudan

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been awarded the USAID Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services (SIAPS) program, which will run from September 23rd 2011 to January 2017. The goal of SIAPS is to assure the availability of quality pharmaceutical products and effective pharmaceutical services to achieve desired health outcomes. In support to the implementation of SIAPS program, MSH is joined by five core partners and six specialized resource partners including VillageReach.


Ministry of Health & Social Services, South Sudan