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Advancing Women’s Health Through Data and Partnerships

Alexandra Mierzwa | Alimatou Bio Toure Zohoun | Chloe Peebles | Angela Elong
July 18, 2022
4 Minute Read
The Global Family Planning Visibility and Analytics Network (VAN) platform enables access to shared data and increases communication between relevant stakeholders to strengthen health supply chains and empower communities in their reproductive and family planning choices.

Enhancing Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Management for Improved Health Outcomes

Joyce Tobias
June 23, 2022
4 Minute Read
The development of strategies for optimal pharmaceutical supply chain management is important to establish secure and efficient procurement and delivery procedures for essential medicines, in the pharmaceutical sector for low-to-middle-income countries (LMICs).
Image of animated malaria pills and malaria-related items

World Malaria Day: Advancing Equity, Building Resilience, Ending Malaria

April 22, 2022
< 1 Minute Read
On World Malaria Day, we join the global community call for keeping malaria high on the global health agenda to advance its vision of a world without malaria.

News: Fostering Resilient Supply Chains through Research Grants

December 9, 2021
2 Minute Read
We aim to foster high-quality researchers to develop customized, context-specific solutions for resilient and self-reliant global health supply chains in low-and middle-income countries.

3 Questions with Markos Layton: Ensuring Oxygen Availability to Save Lives

Markos Layton
November 11, 2021
4 Minute Read
As the world enters a second year grappling with COVID-19, Oxygen Deputy Team Lead Markos Layton explains how we are supporting the procurement and distribution of one of the globe’s most vital commodities, life-saving oxygen.

Leveraging Private Sector Approaches to Enable Patient-Centric Supply Chains

October 26, 2021
3 Minute Read
Leveraging private sector best practices and building public private partnerships are key to creating and sustaining patient-centered health supply chains.
Student in Mozambique holds bed net and pamphlet about malaria.

The Malaria Vaccine Is Here, Finally. What Next?

Dr. Baz Semo | Mulamuli (Mula) Mpofu, PhD
October 15, 2021
4 Minute Read
The World Health Organization has recommended broad use of RTS,S, a malaria vaccine for children. Will this timely vaccine be successful in reducing malaria mortality in children? Possibly, but there are four critical factors to consider.
Man provides anti-malarial drugs to a woman holding a baby in Nigeria.

News: Chemonics Awarded USAID Program to Strengthen Health Markets to Improve FP and Other Health Outcomes Worldwide

October 7, 2021
2 Minute Read
We are pleased to announce the launch of the USAID-funded Frontier Health Markets Global Technical Assistance program that will strengthen health market functioning and increase private sector contributions to improve voluntary family planning, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and other health outcomes through targeted technical assistance and capacity building activities.

Achieving Data Driven Health Supply Chains: Local Lessons and Global Solutions

Caroline Lane
August 26, 2021
5 Minute Read
Global health supply chain practitioners across all industries agree: data visibility for decision-making is a critical component to a healthy supply chain.