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How an Unexpected Polio Case Revived an Urgent Eradication Mission: A Polio Sample Transport Program Q&A

How an Unexpected Polio Case Revived an Urgent Eradication Mission: A Polio Sample Transport Program Q&A

At the 29th Africa Regional Certification Commission (ARCC) for Poliomyelitis Eradication meeting in Lilongwe, Malawi in June 2022, representatives of the Malawi Ministry of Health and of ARCC recalled the shocking news they had received from the NICD laboratory in...
Polio Laboratory Sample Transport

Polio Laboratory Sample Transport

Where We Work  |  Program Polio Laboratory Sample Transport This program included standardized national assessments to learn and understand the realities of polio specimen referral systems (SRS) across countries which remain affected by poliovirus or at high risk of...

Supply Chain Assessment, Modeling and System Design in Zambia

Where We Work  |  Program Supply Chain Assessment, Modeling and System Design in Zambia < Return to Global Experience Map Country Zambia Solution Next Generation Supply Chain Topic Supply chain Status Complete Background As part of the Acclerating Next-Generation...

OpenLMIS (eLMIS) Zambia

Where We Work  |  Program OpenLMIS (eLMIS) Zambia OpenLMIS is a leading Open Source electronic logistics management information system purpose-built to manage health supply chains in low- and middle-income countries. < Return to Global Experience Map Country Zambia...

OpenLMIS – GAP Project Success Story

OpenLMIS believes in an open source software development philosophy of ‘shared investment, and shared benefit ’ whereby our community of global users are linked through a core code base, and enhancements made by one country can be accessed and used by anyone in the...
Beyond “Good Enough”: System Design in Zambia

Beyond “Good Enough”: System Design in Zambia

Immunization supply chains have not changed much since they were first conceived in the 1970’s. Most ad-hoc efforts to improve these systems, like increasing storage or transportation capacity, have not been effective in dealing with modern day demands on these...