With more than a decade of experience accelerating the global response to HIV/AIDS, Chemonics has learned how to leverage technology to deliver HIV commodities worldwide, build strong partnerships with local governments, involve stakeholders and communities in the decision-making process, and use a participatory approach that empowers individuals and institutions to build resilient communities. Here’s how some of our projects around the world are working toward ending the AIDS epidemic.
An Ambitious HIV Goal within ReachJune 25, 2020 | < 1 Minute Read
Scaling HIV and TB Prevention and Treatment in Nigeria
Supporting the implementation and scaling of HIV and TB prevention and treatment programs is key for improving the ability of Nigerian state and local health systems.
Strengthening Logistics Information and Management Systems in Chad
Improving management of critical medical commodities in Chad is essential to sustaining the country’s progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis.
Fostering Responsible Local Stewardship of Global Fund Grants
Supporting national committees that coordinate Global Fund grants reinforces local ownership and strengthens the effort to end the HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria epidemics.
Promoting Supply Chain Integration in Côte d’Ivoire
By integrating the health product supply chain, patients in Côte d’Ivoire benefitted from critical health services.
Improving Health and Human Capital in Bangladesh
A sustainable, gender-sensitive, pro-poor social enterprise is helping Bangladesh get closer to achieving universal health coverage.
Cutting-edge Technologies in Global Health Supply Chains
To improve access to high-quality health products worldwide, the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project employs cutting-edge technologies and industry best practices to make global health supply chains more efficient and reach more people.
Delivering Family Health Services in Rwanda
Rwanda made great strides in improving its previously faltering health care system, but family health services still had a long way to go.
Delivering HIV/AIDS Treatment in Kenya
Strengthening pharmaceutical supply chains in Kenya made it possible to plan more effectively for the needs of HIV/AIDS patients and to treat a larger population.
Door-to-Door Malaria Awareness in Mozambique
Acting together to end malaria requires a vast awareness-building campaign. Community leaders in rural Mozambique are fighting misinformation on the ground – one household at a time.
Private Vendor Competition Strengthens Angola’s Malaria Supply Chain
In Angola, we found a way to strengthen health supply chains, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, by introducing a new contract mechanism that enhanced competitive pricing for lifesaving malaria commodities.
Approaching 95-95-95 HIV/AIDS Goals by Focusing on Patients
Ensuring adherence to HIV treatment can significantly improve the quality of life for people living with HIV. A patient-centric treatment approach is successfully reducing the burden and helping the global health community maintain the progress made to end AIDS by 2030 during COVID-19.
Private Partnership Paves the Way to Better Health in Nigeria
Engaging private sector partners in Nigeria’s lab sample network has strengthened the country’s efforts to eliminate HIV/AIDS and made its global health supply chain more resilient in the face of COVID-19.
In TransIT: Enhancing Visibility Across In-Country Supply Chains
Chemonics is helping to ensure that health commodities are delivered where they are needed most by using a low-cost, easy-to-use, cloud-based transport management system that increases visibility across the in-country supply chain.
Access to Medicines Transforms Lives for HIV/AIDS Patients
Bolstering the health supply chain in Zambia equips health facilities with the medicines and other supplies needed to care for patients like Catherine Nalungwe who live with HIV/AIDS.
Attention to Detail
Adjusting small aspects of the patient — and staff — experience in Ethiopia’s health facilities is leading to significant improvements in how the country provides health-care services.
Transforming Healthcare in Rwanda
The Rwandan Ministry of Health is bringing a digital medical records system called OpenMRS to the country, creating a stronger and more efficient healthcare sector.
Keeping Medicines Safe
Counterfeit and substandard medicines put millions of lives at risk in developing countries. In Kenya, Chemonics is equipping local testing labs to root out these killers.
Fighting AIDS in Kenya
The Pharma program put high-quality, low-cost medication in the hands of hundreds of thousands of patients to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Kenya.
Adding Days to Lives, and Life to Days
In Kenya, an electronic health supply chain management system is delivering life-saving medicines to people living with HIV and AIDS.
Efficient Supply Chains Deliver Results in Kenya
By improving the pharmaceutical supply chain in Kenya, life-saving medicine is reaching more than 340,000 patients faster than ever.
From Billions to Trillions: Using Blended Finance for Scaling Impact in Climate and Health
What is blended finance, and why is it the key to closing funding gaps in climate and health?
Development Works Here with Andres McAlister
Development works here because great people work here. We’re excited to introduce you to our team.
More than Pipes and Pumps: Good Governance Drives Improved WASH
In a rapidly urbanizing world, how can cities improve governance to meet the water, sanitation, and hygiene needs of their growing populations, particularly the most vulnerable?
Going the Extra Mile to Reach the Last Mile
Two supply chain experts in Africa share strategies they've applied to build stronger, resilient, and inclusive health supply chains that expand last mile delivery to traditionally underserved populations.
The Clock is Ticking: How to End TB by 2022
In 2018, world leaders committed to global targets for tuberculosis treatment, prevention, and funding at the United Nations (UN) High-Level Meeting. Despite these commitments, progress towards the targets has been less than satisfactory.
3 Questions with Baz Semo: Ensuring Safe and Continuous HIV Service Delivery in Nigeria
COVID-19 is threatening to reverse progress toward epidemic control in Nigeria. Find out how we are helping healthcare providers and communities change how they deliver services critical to controlling the nation’s HIV epidemic in the face of the pandemic.
3 Questions with Grace Namaganda: Balancing Service Delivery for HIV/AIDS, Malaria during COVID-19
Grace Namaganda, the country director of the USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030 (HRH2030) program in Malawi, explains how her team is working to protect immunocompromised patients and community health workers in the face of COVID-19.
Recommendations for a Diverse, Sustained Health Workforce
How do we establish higher-performing health systems to achieve universal health coverage? These three key recommendations focus on building a diverse workforce to deliver accountable, affordable, accessible, and reliable health care for all.
Communities Together —Accelerating Uptake of Promising New HIV/AIDS Medicines
With potential new HIV treatment options on the horizon, how can a successful transition between regimens be secured at a country and local level? Drawing on our USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project’s recent role in the transition to TLD – the currently preferred first-line ARV – we share some advice.
Flying the Last Mile — Integrating Cargo Drones into Health Supply Chains
Are drones the key to moving life-saving supplies, picking up lab samples for diagnosis, and even testing results on return flights? Manisha Aryal and Scott Dubin share insights.