In TransIT: Enhancing Visibility Across In-Country Supply Chains
November 7, 2019
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.
Strengthening Health Systems and Access in Senegal
January 10, 2019
To improve health systems, the government of Senegal is creating tools, policies, and processes to ensure quality health service delivery.
Access to Medicines Transforms Lives for HIV/AIDS Patients
November 30, 2018
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.
Building a Skilled Health Supply Chain Workforce for Haiti
September 5, 2018
Haiti acquired in-country expertise needed to address the problem of donated medical and laboratory equipment maintenance, moving one more step closer to self-reliance and sustainability.
Making Supply Chain Data Visibility a Reality
June 4, 2018
With a new tool at their disposal, health facilities in Malawi are collecting reliable data that ensures lifesaving medicines and supplies reach their final destination.
Making Vaccines More Visible
May 17, 2018
By expanding the reach of its vaccine management information system, Pakistan is poised to increase immunization coverage and save thousands of lives from preventable diseases through greater data visibility.
Low Emissions for High Results
May 10, 2018
In South Africa, a new technology is helping schools prepare meals for students faster and more sustainably — with far-reaching benefits for the local economy and the environment.
Train a Woman, Train a Nation
March 12, 2018
A new approach to training farmers is creating jobs and increasing harvests in Uganda.
Dealing with Counterfeits
February 19, 2018
A series of training events has helped Benin’s health supply chain workers learn how to safely dispose of counterfeit medicines that would otherwise find their ways into consumers’ hands.
A New Agricultural Extension Policy Takes Root in Uganda
January 15, 2018
When a farmer’s crop is being destroyed by pests or contaminated after harvest, who can she turn to for help? In Uganda, extension agents are becoming better prepared to provide farmers with answers.
Building Safe Spaces for Learning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
September 6, 2017
To ensure that girls and boys in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have access to a meaningful education, the Accelere! project, funded by USAID and DFID, aims to benefit more than 1 million children who otherwise would not get these opportunities.