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In the DRC, a community health worker hands a packaged bed net to a woman.

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Widening the Net of Data Capture for Improved Digital Health

Mulamuli (Mula) Mpofu | Alphonse Ubial Siteke | Tyler Williamson | Remy Ngoy
May 17, 2023
4 Minute Read
Digital data collection and visualization tools allow for rapid feedback during campaigns to distribute insecticide-treated nets.
Mada, a pharmacist in Madagascar, hands over a box of medicines to a patient. Credit: Lan Andrian for GHSC-PSM (2017)

Chemonics’ Five Technical Priorities to Drive Health Supply Chain Efficiency in 2023

Giuliana Canessa Walker | Julia Klebe
February 23, 2023
4 Minute Read
In planning for our 2023 supply chain learning strategy, we have identified five common technical priorities that are shaping most of our health supply chain work.
Female pharmacist stocking card shelves

3 Questions with Gaspard Harelimana on Enhancing the Health Supply Chain in Rwanda

Gaspard Harelimana
February 17, 2023
3 Minute Read
We talk with Gaspard Harelimana from Rwanda Medical Supply to learn about how the Quality Management Improvement Approach is building a stronger health workforce and improving Rwanda’s health supply chain.
health worker talking to a mother in a malaria-related health visit

3 Questions with Jiru Bako on Strengthening the Nigerian Health System

Jiru Bako
February 9, 2023
3 Minute Read
Chemonics’ deputy director for GHSC-PSM in Nigeria talks about his background and work to build a stronger, more resilient health system by enhancing the country’s health supply chain.
Image of several people standing amongst large air tanks in a facility. They are gathered around a man who is giving a demonstration.

Tajikistan: Building Resilience into the Oxygen Supply Chain

Kaitlyn Markley
October 19, 2022
3 Minute Read
When COVID-19 struck Tajikistan, it immediately became clear that the country was going to need assistance with its oxygen supply chain - not only with equipment, but also with training.
Two people in hard hats and reflective vests pushing hand trucks carrying a pallet of boxes.

Ukraine: Collaborating to Successfully Deliver HIV Medication

Cindy Shiner
October 18, 2022
4 Minute Read
After the war broke out in Ukraine, people were not only made vulnerable by the conflict itself, but also by being displaced and losing access to lifesaving medicines.
Four people standing next to a loading dock and beside motorbikes packed with cargo.

Driving Innovation and Managing Risk in the Global Health Supply Chain

Cindy Shiner
October 14, 2022
4 Minute Read
Risk and innovation in the global health supply chain go hand in hand. Balancing these elements effectively determines success.