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Communications Consultant Chloe Peebles

Mrs. Peebles is an international development professional with over 8 years of experience managing development projects in education, nutrition, public health, and supply chain in Central America and Francophone West Africa. After earning her master’s degree in international relations from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, she worked for the Association Béninoise Pour le Marketing Social, in Cotonou, Benin. She joined Chemonics in 2017 and worked on several global projects, including HRH2030 and the Famine Early Warning Systems Network. Currently, she is the Knowledge and Communication Manager for the Global Health Supply Chain Technical Assistance Francophone Task Order, providing strategic communications leadership on the project’s efforts in strengthening in-country and regional health supply chain systems.

by Chloe Peebles

Advancing Women’s Health Through Data and Partnerships

Kidita*, a 19-year-old student living in Benin, dreamed of finishing her studies before starting a family; she relied on her contraceptive medication to ensure she didn’t get pregnant to achieve this dream. But when she went to the health facility in her village to retrieve her monthly prescription, it was out of stock because the…

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…