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.
Two supply chain experts, Bongisiwe Mosekoa and Fikreslassie Alemu, share strategies they’ve applied in Eswatini and Ethiopia to address social factors and systems challenges behind medical commodity uptake, implement inclusive delivery practices for last mile distribution, and ensure sustained health outcomes for everyone, including underserved populations such as people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, pastoralists and other migratory groups, and people living in geographically remote communities. Whether it’s delivering long-lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) or Lopinavir – Ritonavir medication, learn how teams working on the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project have gone above and beyond to apply inclusive approaches to last mile delivery.
*Banner image caption: Men load a boat with LLIN bundles in Ethiopia as part of GHSC-PSM.
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