The Drug Revolving System is a concept that promotes access, ensures availability and affordability of drugs. . The drugs revolving system guarantees the sustainability of drugs supplies and services. Before MNCH2, the State had 617 DRF facilities. This has increased to 744 health facilities. MNCH2 revitalised the initiative by ensuring full institutionalisation of the system and ensuring accountability of the Drug Revolving Fund (DRF) system. The DRF scheme is also linked with the community voice and accountability mechanisms (using Facility Health Committees / Hospital friends) to ensure responsiveness. Similarly, in February 2016; the DRF Scheme was integrated with the free drug supply chain systems to foster accountability and synergy.