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Final 20 Policy Paper 1: Keeping the Cold Chain Cold

February 1, 2014
Final 20 Policy Paper 1: Keeping the Cold Chain Cold

Part One of Reaching the Final 20 Policy Paper Series. This first paper in the series documents the challenges of the cold chain at the last mile of delivery and providing examples of new innovations and approaches to improve cold chain monitoring and maintenance. The Final 20 series looks at the different components of the supply chain, addresses the challenges faced at the last mile for distribution and presents examples of innovative approaches to address those challenges.

Sustainable Financing for mHealth

February 1, 2014
mHealth Alliance, Vital Wave Consulting

An analysis of five financial models that exist today in priority mHealth areas.

Evaluation of the Information and Communications Technology for Maternal Newborn and Child Health Project

February 1, 2014
VillageReach

This executive summary presents the results of a mixed-methods evaluation on the effectiveness of a two-year mHealth pilot implemented by VillageReach as part of Concern Worldwide’s Innovations in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. The summary is based on the full evaluation report created by Invest in Knowledge (IKI).

Global Health: Science and Practice

SMS versus voice messaging to deliver MNCH communication in rural Malawi: assessment of delivery success and user experience

Global Health: Science and Practice – SMS versus voice messaging to deliver MNCH communication in rural Malawi: assessment of delivery success and user experience. Read the full article published in Global Health: Science and Progress.

SMS versus voice messaging to deliver MNCH communication in rural Malawi: assessment of delivery success and user experience

January 28, 2014
Global Health: Science and Practice

SMS versus voice messaging to deliver MNCH communication in rural Malawi: assessment of delivery success and user experience. Read the full article published in Global Health: Science and Progress..

mHealth Field Guide for Newborn Health

January 1, 2014
USAID, dimagi, coregroup

Read the case study on page 13 featuring VillageReach CCPF  “Health Center by Phone” program in Malawi. Produced by CORE Group, Dimagi & USAID

Integrating ODK Scan into the Supply Chain in Mozambique

December 1, 2013
UW, VillageReach, John Snow, Inc.

This paper describes our experiences integrating ODK Scan into the community health worker (CHW) supply chain in Mozambique. ODK Scan is a mobile application that uses computer vision techniques to digitize data from paper forms.

Mozambique: Strengthening the Community Health Worker Supply Chain

June 1, 2013
USAID Deliver Project, Task Order 4

A report of supply chain strengthening interventions focused on community health workers in Mozambique, covering antimalarial drugs, rapid diagnostic tests, male condoms, and essential medicines for a variety of treatments.

District Logistics Capacity Study

April 1, 2013
VillageReach

This report provides findings and recommendations from a study examining the health logistics capacity and performance of 53 districts in Mozambique. The study analyzes quantitative and qualitative evidence obtained through surveys with 114 Pharmacy, PAV (Expanded Programme on Immunization), and Management personnel in health facilities/medicine stores in all health districts across four provinces: Maputo, Gaza, Niassa, and Cabo Delgado. This survey sample represents just under 40% of all districts in Mozambique’s health system.

Addressing Gender and Women's Empowerment in mHealth for MNCH

March 1, 2013
mHealth Alliance (UN Foundation)

An analytical framework for addressing gender and women’s empowerment within mHealth and MNCH programs.

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