March 13, 2019
In Nigeria, GHSC-PSM worked with in-country partners and stakeholders to implement the user-focused Human Centered Design (HCD) approach. This creative and iterative problem-solving approach allowed Nigeria to rethink its methods for assessing and addressing supply chain challenges related to maternal, newborn and child health. This technical brief explains how and why HCD engaged more than 400 key stakeholders across the three Nigerian pilot states, diving into the process and outcomes, which include actionable solutions via state-specific implementation plans.
March 1, 2019
The 2014 epidemic of Ebola highlighted the need to establish a global mechanism and build capacity to prevent, detect and respond to public health threats. Since 2014, tangible progress has been made to improve the outcomes of a potential outbreak. The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), an initiative launched by the United States government in 2014, is now a growing partnership of over 64 nations, international organizations, and non-governmental stakeholders to help build countries’ capacity to make our world safe and secure from such threats. In support of GHSA’s objectives, the USAID’s…
January 28, 2019
From October 10-11, 2018, the first-ever Tanzania Health Supply Chain Summit (HSCS) was held in Dar es Salaam. This technical report explores planning activities associated with the summit, key achievements, and outcomes.
January 25, 2019
This technical brief explores Tanzania's health supply chain through the analysis of six unique aspects and proposes solutions to the identified challenges.
December 10, 2018
In Ethiopia, GHSC-PSM worked with the National Malaria Control Board, the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative, UNICEF, and local partners to distribute 4.2 million long-lasting insecticide-treated nets to protect 7.56 million people from malaria. This technical brief describes the careful planning, multi-level structures and processes, and distribution channels used to mobilize and coordinate 10,000 people to support the Ethiopian government’s aim to provide universal coverage of one free LLIN for every two people in high-risk areas.
December 1, 2018
This document is the final report annexes completed after an NSCA 2.0 full scale assessment was completed in Zambia in 2017.