National Reports

Logistics Report


National Stock Status Report

This report gives the stock status of pharmaceutical products in terms of Months of Stock (MoS). The MOS is the number of months the current stock will last based on the average monthly consumption (AMC) for the past three months. It includes all stock at Central Medical Stores, District Medical Stores and at Health Facilities.

Stock Status at Different Level

This report breaks down the National stock by the level where the stock is located. There are three levels – Central Medical Stores (CMS), Districts Medical Stores (DMS) and health facilities. The report also includes expected shipments.

National Stock Pipeline

This report shows the National Stock on Hand and planned shipments in Months of Stock with expected date of delivery. Based on the assumption that planned shipments will arrive on time, the report shows possible stock-out situation in the schedule.

National Stock Status by Risk Category

This report categorises the national stock status into risk categories (stockout, potential stockout, understock, satisfactory, overstock) based on months of stock on hand for each product.

National Stock Status Trend by Risk Category

This report shows the trend of the proportion of products by risk category (stockout, potential stockout, understock, satisfactory stock, overstock) based on months of stock on hand.

National Stockout Trend of Key Items

This report presents the trend of the percentage of facilities that report a stockout of any of the key pharmaceutical commodities (tracer commodities) in a specified period.

Consumption Trends for the Top Five Products

This report shows the trend in consumption of pharmaceutical products that are used by the majority of patients. The purpose of this report is to focus the attention of managers to changes in the consumption pattern of key products.

% of Facilities with a Stockout of Key Items

This report presents a “snapshot” across all districts showing the percentage of facilities per districts that reported a stockout of any of the key (tracer) pharmaceutical products.

Country Profile

The report displays the Detail information of Sierra Leone by the following tables:
  A. Parameter List
  B. Patient Count
  C. Funding Requirements
  D. Pledged Funding

National Consumption Trend

This report gives the trend of 'Actual Consumption' or 'Average Monthly Consumption (AMC)' for each pharmaceutical product over a period. The purpose of the report is to identify products whose consumption is increasing or decreasing rapidly so that appropriate steps may be taken to avoid stock outs or overstocking.

National Consumption Trend by Product

This report gives the trend of 'Actual Consumption' or 'Average Monthly Consumption (AMC)' or 'CMS Issue' for a single pharmaceutical product over a period. The purpose of the report is to identify products whose consumption is increasing or decreasing rapidly so that appropriate steps may be taken to avoid stock outs or overstocking.

Patient Report


Trend of Patients on ART

This report gives the number of patients on ART over a given period disaggregated by adult/paediatric or male/female. The purpose of this report is to show the trend in uptake of ART patients over time, including the magnitude of uptake when ART guidelines changes are implemented.

ART Patients by Regimen Category

This report shows the percentage of active patients on ART by regimen category disaggregated by adult and paediatric on first-line and second-line regimens.

ART Patients by Regimen

This report shows the percentage of active patients on ART by regimen disaggregated by adult and paediatric on first-line and second-line regimens. The purpose of this report is to show the alignment of current regimens in use with the ART guidelines.

Regimens Used to Initiate ART

This report shows the percentage of new patients started on ART by the regimen disaggregated by adults and paediatrics. The purpose of the report is to provide a detailed breakdown of the regimens used to start ART and the alignment of the same with ART guidelines.

ART Patient Uptake by Region

This report compares changes in patient uptake on ART by region over two consecutive periods. This report shows short-term improvements in uptake based on targeted interventions at regional and facility level.