News: Chemonics Announces New Senior Vice President Dzenita Korac Kolja

Chemonics International has named Dzenita Korac Kolja as senior vice president of its Operations, Finance, and Compliance (OFC) Division supporting its global health and supply chain portfolio. Ms. Korac Kolja is a seasoned finance, risk, and compliance expert with 20 years of experience supporting donor-funded international development projects around the world. Prior to joining Chemonics’…

Webinar: Addressing the Urgency of Data-Driven Supply Chains in LMICs

As highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, data visibility for decision-making has moved from being “nice to have” to “essential” for global health supply chains. Visibility of commodity status from the top of the supply chain all the way down to the service delivery point or even the patient is critical to the resiliency of supply…

Health on Ice: The journey of medical supplies

In this podcast series, GHSC-PSM experts discuss the lessons learned from transportation of critical health commodities in low-resource settings—especially during COVID-19—as they apply to vaccine transportation.

White Paper: Private Sector Engagement to Advance and Sustain Health Supply Chain Resiliency

This paper provides an overview of the key benefits and challenges of private sector engagement (PSE) in health supply chains, describes a supply chain maturity framework to inform PSE approaches in different country contexts, and provides an assessment tool to help understand the nuances and implications of a country’s political economy and stability, market capacity,…

Where in the World Are Those Private Sector Partners?

As the countries of West and Central Africa struggle with ongoing health challenges such as a recent Ebola outbreak, one of the highest HIV/AIDS burdens in the world, and a fractured health infrastructure, many actors in the health supply chain remain unaware of what organizations and private companies already exist to provide valuable global health supply chain services…

Preparing for the New Normal: Adapting Health Supply Chains to COVID-19 and Beyond

COVID-19 has caused major disruptions to health supply chains around the world. During this webinar, a diverse panel of experts shared their insights on crucial considerations governments, aid agencies, and implementing partners must take in the following areas: 1) Adjusting countries’ procurement processes to respond to the stresses to global supply chains brought on by…

Rebecca Logan

Rebecca Logan is an experienced senior executive and certified Project Management Professional with 23 years of professional experience, including 17 years in the humanitarian and international development fields with expertise in strategic planning and project implementation, risk mitigation, crisis management, and personnel management. As senior vice president, Rebecca oversees Chemonics’ portfolio of supply chain programs, including…

Alan Pringle

Alan Pringle is a procurement, supply chain management, and logistics expert with more than 20 years of experience working with USAID, World Bank, European Union, FCDO, and other bilateral donors. Alan currently serves as the global supply chain director for the USAID Global Health and Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project,…

Rodolphe Peltier

Rodolphe Peltier is a supply chain expert with a consistent track-record of achievements and leadership in supply chain management, specifically for procurement programs including: project implementation, sourcing strategy, general operations management, technical assistance and capacity building, and policy development while complying with multiple donors and country requirements. Currently, he serves as the director of global…

Increasing Youth Engagement in the Public Health Supply Chain Workforce

This webinar, presented at SAPICS 2020, discusses inclusion of youth-centered programming across global health supply chains. Panelists highlight the importance of workforce training programs that combine skills development with on-the-job training and support. Panelists share their experiences from various global health supply chain projects, highlighting the benefits of youth capacity building when enhancing supply chain…

Ladi A. Stephen

Ladi Agbenu Stephen currently serves as the Angola country director for the Global Health Supply Chain program – Procurement and Supply Management project. She is a public health supply chain system strengthening specialist, pharmacist, and certified project manager with more than 16 years of experience in healthcare supply chain development in sub-Saharan Africa on malaria,…

News: Chemonics Does Digital Health

Digital health presents new opportunities to contribute to Sustainable Development Goal 3, to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages. We are proud to promote technological development and engage the workforce necessary to harness and leverage the power and possibility behind digital health. Next week, Chemonics will join more than 1,000 digital health practitioners…