What's New

Contraceptive LMIS R2.4 Release - Highlights

cLMIS R3 release provides the updates/enhancement for users of public sector working in supply chain at various levels. All the requirements were generated by the stakeholders, tested and approved during the UAT and requires no additional resources for implementation.

Main highlights of enhanced features are as follows:

District Stock Sufficiency Dashboard has been developed and is incorporate for use by different stakeholders at district level. The dashboard aims to review Family Planning (FP) commodity sufficiency at district and its Service Delivery Points (SDPs) level. The report is parameterized so that it may be run against data up to an indicated month & highlights the stock issued from the central warehouse but not yet received at district level along with stock requested to central warehouse. The dashboard is an SDP level drill down for a deeper insight into commodity wise stock level. 


Stock outs analysis Reports is developed for the analysis of stock at sub-district level by provincial decision makers & presents total number of & reported Service Delivery Points (SDPs),  stockedout, under, over as well as satisfactory stock level in any province.

M&E Dashboard captures consumption trends and month of stock and aids in yearly consumption and stock availability analysis at a district or health facility level.

Ease of Use & navigation – Reduction in Existing 12 Reports to 3 reports i.e. Summary Reports, Yearly Reports, performance Reports.  

Combined Requisition Cycle In the current devolved scenario, provincial level stakeholders like IRMNCH in Punjab or PWD in Sindh are procuring contraceptives for different programs and stocks are stored in Central warehouse as their combined stock. Different programs obtain contraceptives from these stakeholders e.g. LHW, MNCH and DoH (static health facilities). This module enables generation of  decentralized provincial distribution plan and requisition cycle which is flagged to central warehouse electronically for issuance. The issuance from central warehouse is notified to provincial departments & when these stocks are received at the district level central warehouse and provincial departments are notified.

Actionable alerts

   a.  Expiry and Shipment Alerts – CWS Level

   b. Stockout alerts - Provincial and District Level

System Usage Stats: System usage stats, webserver logs, system availablity and uptime, pages click paths, list of active logged in users are implemented to provide a holistic 360* view of the system usage and performance at every level

User Feed back & Profile Form is provided to update the user’s profile in cLMIS. The logged in user can submit his/her feedback through this form as well.

Sustainability of LMIS: Routine admin tasks are pushed to selected end users to curtail reliance on the MIS team as a sustainability measure. These users will be able to manage the warehouse, locations, facilities as well as users. The related interfaces are live on the system.