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Jun 17, 2016   |   Blog Post

From Togo to Mozambique: 5000 Kilometers as the Crow Flies

The differences between West Africa and Southern Africa are well known, even if partially built on generalizations and stereotypes. There are personality differences, language differences, different foods and ways to eat, different and distinct rhythms heard in discotecas. While regions and individual countries are culturally...

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Background

In June 2016, VillageReach was invited by the Togo Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MSPS) as part of a delegation of global health supply chain experts to help define and inform strategies for strengthening the national supply chain (SNAP), inclusive of all health commodities (vaccines and essential medicines).

People inspecting drone in field.

Togo Supply Chain Design in Mozambique.

How It Works

  • VillageReach provided technical assistance and recommendations on overall system design and other interventions to be considered in order to ensure a more effective and efficient supply chain.

Partners

Government

  • Togo Ministry of Health

Technical Partners

  • William Davidson Institute
  • African Resource Center (ARC)

Donors

  • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Related Global Impact

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Nouvelle Génération des Chaînes d’Approvisionnement (NGCA)

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Supply Chain Assessment, Modeling and System Design

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Assessment of Maternal/Neonatal Health Commodities

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HIV Logistics Assessment

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