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05.17 2021

A história da VillageReach começou em Moçambique há mais de 20 anos, onde começámos a trabalhar para fortalecer cadeias de abastecimento e levar produtos de saúde às pessoas. Hoje, a nossa abordagem de concepção de cadeias de abastecimento, em colaboração com o Ministério da Saúde (MISAU), contribuiu para o aumentou da vacinação em crianças e ajudou a garantir a disponibilidade de medicamentos para as comunidades em zonas de difícil acesso.

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05.17 2021

VillageReach’s story began in Mozambique over 20 years ago, where we started work to strengthen supply chains and get products to people. Today, our supply chain design approach, in collaboration with the Ministério da Saúde de Moçambique (MISAU), has increased childhood vaccinations and helped ensure health products are available to under-reached communities.

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08.24 2020

A VillageReach está igualmente a trabalhar com o MISAU para a integração das cadeias de abastecimento demedicamentos e vacinas numa única, sob gestão da Central de Medicamentos e Artigos Médicos (CMAM). Na  província da Zambézia, o programa Cadeia de abastecimento até à Unidade Sanitária (LMSC) demonstrou a eficiência da distribuição integrada de medicamentos essenciais e outros artigos médicos até à unidade sanitária.

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06.19 2020

VillageReach launched a landscape analysis in 2019 to identify EIR implementations in Low and Middle Income countries (LMICs) and identify lessons in sustainability, implementation planning, functional requirements and improving equity.  This research, begun in spring 2019, was part of planning for the implementation of an Electronic Immunization Registry (EIR) in Mozambique to increase vaccination coverage and equity, improve data quality and resiliency, and address health care worker data burden. The findings have influenced our approach to this work and are presented as a means of sharing these insights more broadly.

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09.10 2019

VillageReach has partnered with stakeholders at local, regional and global levels since 2015 to explore the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for health. UAS, also referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, are being evaluated for integration into health systems alongside traditional land- and water-based modes of transportation. Drones have the potential to improve the availability of health products, increase equity of access and save time and money compared to ground transportation particularly in geographically challenging areas.

Read the overview here (PDF).

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