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M-Vaccin Overview

In Côte d’Ivoire, a public-private partnership called M-Vaccin
planned to use mobile technology to improve vaccine coverage in 50
health districts across the country. The French telecommunications
company Orange, in collaboration with Gavi, the Ministry of Health
and VillageReach, customized an application that uses text and voice
messaging to inform caregivers about the importance of vaccination
and send appointment reminders in local languages.

Malawi Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) Toolkit

December 1, 2019

A guideline for drone service providers and implementers in the development, humanitarian, and research fields.

Leading from all levels: building supply chain leadership capacity in Equateur Province, Democratic Republic of Congo

British Medial Journal

This paper documents the learnings from a supply chain leadership intervention in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which aimed to build leadership capacity in a cross-tier group of central/provincial/district-level leaders.

Routine Health Care in the Time of Ebola

Stanford Social Innovation Review

President Emily Bancroft’s response to a wide-scale Ebola outbreak provides six lessons in sustainable impact for NGO leaders.

Scaling up a health and nutrition hotline in Malawi: the benefits of multisectoral collaboration

British Medical Journal

Carla Blauvelt and colleagues describe a multisectoral collaboration that enabled the scale up of a health advice telephone service and its transition to government in Malawi.

Supply Chain for Community Health Worker Program (SC4CHW) Overview

Supply Chain for Community Health Worker Program (SC4CHW) Overview

VillageReach and Last Mile Health are partnering to strengthen the supply chains that provide medicines to CHWs who bring critical health care services to the hardest-to-reach communities as part of Liberia’s National Community Health Assistant (NCHA) Program.

Goals and Strategies 2020 - 2023

October 3, 2019
Goals and Strategies 2020 - 2023

The current articulation (2020-2023) of VillageReach’s mission, goals and strategies.

Drones for Health

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.

OpenLMIS - GAP Project Success Story

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 community. To achieve this vision, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Digital Square funded the GAP Project, a 1 year initiative to unify the OpenLMIS codebase.

Chipatala cha pa Foni 2019 Evaluation Presentation

Debunking the Digital Divide: How a Free Health and Nutrition Hotline is Helping Bring the Health Center to All Malawians

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