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2023 Annual Impact Report

In 2023, VillageReach reached further by expanding our equity-focused immunization work and scaling proven supply chain solutions. 2023 also marked the midway point for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which served as a stark reminder of the urgency of our collective mission....

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Our 2030 Strategy: A Vision to Reach Universal Health Coverage

Our vision of a world where each person has the health care needed to thrive aligns with the promise of Universal Health Coverage (UHC)—that all people have access to the essential health services they need, when and where they need them, without incurring financial...

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Integrating Community Insights to Build Responsive Primary Health Care Systems

While progress has been made toward achieving universal health coverage (UHC), the pace of progress is too slow. Increasing socioeconomic inequalities and the backslide in health progress due to global emergencies have demonstrated how fragile and inequitable health systems can be. Addressing this challenge...

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Improving Availability of Medicines and Supplies at the Point of Care in Liberia

This brief examines how the project interventions are supporting information sharing at all levels in the supply chain, improving consistency in the availability of medicines and supplies needed at the point of care and the lessons learned in implementing a kit delivery system for...

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Integrating Outsourced Transport: Supply Chain Toolbox Infographic

For effectiveness and sustainability, governments and their partners must consider integrating outsourced transport into the public health supply chain.

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Leveraging a Supply Chain Equity Guide to Vaccinate Zero-Dose Children

Reducing the number of zero-dose children worldwide will require radical collaboration of partners to uncover contextual challenges, and then to develop, implement and monitor strategies that improve access to vaccines.

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Report  |  2024

Understanding Gender Imbalance in the Public Health Supply Chain Workforce: Executive Summary

Report  |  2024

Understanding Gender Imbalance in the Public Health Supply Chain Workforce: Research Findings and Recommendations

Research  |  2024

Using community-based, participatory qualitative research to identify determinants of routine vaccination drop-out in Malawi

Research  |  2023

Vaccine wastage in Ghana, Mozambique, and Pakistan: An assessment of wastage rates for four vaccines and the context, causes, drivers, and knowledge, attitudes and practices for vaccine wastage

Research  |  2023

Leveraging community health workers as vaccinators: a case study exploring the role of Malawi’s Health Surveillance Assistants in delivering routine immunization services

Research  |  2023

From idea to systems solution: enhancing access to primary care in Malawi

Research  |  2023

Let’s Talk About Vaccines – Key Findings From Malawi

Research  |  2023

Health Product Integration – A Critical Enabler for Outsourcing Transport

Research  |  2023

A Successful National and Multipartner Approach to Increase Immunization Coverage: The Democratic Republic of Congo Mashako Plan 2018–2020

Research  |  2023

Community Health Workers as Vaccinators: A Rapid Review of the Global Landscape, 2000–2021

Research  |  2022

Quality Analysis of Tuberculosis Specimens Transported by Drones versus Ground Transportation

Research  |  2022

Community Health Workers in Pandemics: Evidence and Investment Implications

Research  |  2022

Determinants of immunisation dropout among children under the age of 2 in Zambézia province, Mozambique

Research  |  2021

Reducing missed opportunities for vaccination in Mozambique: cross-sectional assessment (2017)

Research  |  2021

Equitable Delivery of COVID-19 Vaccines: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa

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