MNCH2 supported the establishment, inauguration and capacity building of 28 LMCU committees at the state and LGA levels. Before the intervention of MNCH2 alongside other partners, leading to the establishment of LMCU, drugs and commodities coming into the state were poorly managed because of weak Logistics and Supply Chain Management Systems in the state. The LMCU Teams from the point of the inauguration to date have been producing, on a quarterly basis, Quarterly Stock status Reports. These Reports are disseminated and shared to key stakeholders. The reports guide the state in decision making to improve stock availability at state and service delivery points sold as part of the Drug Revolving Fund Scheme.