Advocacy Toolkit

Advocacy Resources

This list of resources focuses on advocacy for professionalization and a systematic approach to HR for health SCM. The tools equip and guide SCM leaders and managers to engage in advocacy efforts with government leaders and decision makers.


1. Why human resources in health SCM are important and HOW can they be strengthened? (2014)

A two-page brief that outlines the key messages describing the importance of HR for SCM and how country based change can take place.

Country Case Studies

These case studies document HR for SCM approaches within organizations. Imperial Health Sciences and the Government of Sudan are featured.

2. Who is PtD (2016)

A one-page brief that describes the structure of the People that Deliver (PtD) Initiative. 

3. Key advocacy messages for developing next generation immunization supply chains (PATH, 2015)

These key messages for policy- and decision-makers explain why next-generation immunization supply chains are needed to fulfill global health goals. They are intended to unite stakeholders in a common language around supply chain strengthening and may be used freely by partners when communicating about immunization supply chain issues and solutions.

4. Advocacy Toolkit: HR Country Support Package for Immunization Supply Chain Managers

The toolkit draws from UNICEF’s long standing experience, systematizing and coordinating both internal and external advocacy expertise, as well developing a few innovative approaches. The toolkit provides a set of practical tools to help UNICEF staff and partners in the development and management of their advocacy work.


The HR country support package P&P has created the HR country support package for ISC managers and pracitioners. The package provides a set of tools and guidelines to support and develop ISC managers to be able to effectively manage their supply chain. This package compliments already existing PtD guidance and seeks to address the following questions (follow the link in the questions to resources that have been developed):