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Improving Last Mile Supply Chains for Women in Nigeria

With funding from MSD Mothers and support from in-country partner, CHAI, VillageReach is working with the Government of Nigeria to adopt a holistic system design approach to delivering maternal and reproductive health commodities. Phase 1, currently underway, includes a supply chain review and bottleneck analysis, resource mapping and supply chain costing, analysis of private sector opportunities and stakeholder engagement. When these activties are complete, we will work with state governments in to develop a plan that best serves Kano and Cross River states as they build the necessary resources and capacity for strengthening their maternal and reproductive health supply chains.

Location: Nigeria
Topic: Infrastructure, Maternal, neonatal, child health, Medicine availability, Supply chain/logistics, System design

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