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Logistics Routine Activity Checklist: Health Centre Level

Health centre staff should complete the following logistics tasks:


Monitor storage conditions and follow the correct storage guidelines for the products managed.

Every time drugs are dispensed, record the quantities of drugs dispensed on the Daily Activity Register.

Every time products are received, issued, or transferred to another facility, update the Stock Control Card.


Complete the Supply Voucher: submit it to the district pharmacist.

Receive the product from the district health office, then do the following:

Visually inspect the products.

Use the receiving information to complete the Supply Voucher.  

Update the Stock Control Card, which is at the health centre, with the receiving information.


Conduct a physical count of the quantities of usable drugs in stock; enter the stock on hand on the Stock Control Card.

Add and record the total quantity of each drug dispensed during the month on the Daily Activity Register.

Complete the Report and Requisition using data from the Stock Control Card and the Daily Activity Register.

Send the Report and Requisition form to the district pharmacist by the fifth day of the month, following the reporting period.

Receive the products delivered by the Central Medical Stores (CMS) to the district (for health centers that store their own products), then complete the following:

Visually inspect the products.

Sign the computer-generated Report & Requisition (R&R); note any discrepancies in the products or quantities received on the report.

Return a signed copy of the R&R to the district pharmacist; file one copy at the facility.

On the Stock Control Card, enter the quantity received; update the stock on hand for each product.

As needed

Record the quantity of drugs removed from inventory due to expiry, damage, or loss; update the remaining stock on hand on the Stock Control Card.

After completing the Report for Returning Products, return any unusable quantities of drugs (expired, damaged) to the district.

Every time you suspect that stock levels may not be within the established maximum stock levels and emergency order point, assess the stock status for each drug.

Place an emergency order—complete the report section of the Report and Requisition form and send it to the district pharmacist.

This document was produced with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development through Task Order 1 of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT under contract no. GPO-I-01-06-00007-00.

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