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Overcoming importation complexities in health supply chains

Overcoming importation complexities in health supply chains

Public health supply chains in developing countries are critical in delivering lifesaving health products to patients, but these supply chains are often complex and fragmented. This complexity can lead to inefficiencies or bottlenecks, diffuse accountability, and...

Transforming supply chains to fight HIV: PFSCM’s impact

Transforming supply chains to fight HIV: PFSCM’s impact

December 1st marks the annual celebration of World AIDS Day, a day to reflect on the progress made in the fight against HIV/AIDS. In countries where the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria invests, AIDS-related deaths have fallen by 72% since 2002,...

Choosing the right medical waste treatment technology

Choosing the right medical waste treatment technology

Selecting the appropriate medical waste treatment technology is of utmost significance when it comes to ensuring the safety of patients, healthcare workers, and the environment. This blog post emphasizes the importance of making informed choices regarding the...

Health supply chains in the fight to end malaria

Health supply chains in the fight to end malaria

World Malaria Day, observed on April 25th every year, is a reminder of the ongoing fight against the deadly disease that claims many lives every year.  Malaria is preventable and treatable, but it remains a significant public health issue, particularly in sub-Saharan...

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