Document type: Technical briefs

White Paper: What should you deliver by unmanned aerial systems?

As more low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) explore opportunities to improve efficiency and performance in their public health supply chains and diagnostics networks, they face myriad choices about how best to use unmanned aerial systems (UASs) to improve public health outcomes and reach the last mile. JSI Research & Training... Read more

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From Training to Practice: Use Supportive Supervision to Ensure Roll Out of Standard Operating Procedures

The USAID | DELIVER PROJECT (the project) and the state health missions (SHMs) of four states in India developed standard operating procedures (SOPs) for essential medicines management. In June 2015, the project started SOP trainings for health-facility staff in two pilot districts in these states. Training alone, however, is not... Read more

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Lead Lab in India: Innovate, Do, Review

Operating a public health supply chain requires motivated leaders who are capable of fulfilling essential supply chain functions. With this in mind, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT developed the Lead Lab initiative, a process through which leaders collaborate, identify, and solve their supply chain problems. This technical brief provides an... Read more

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Getting Products to People

August 16, 2016. Download    (PDF,  13.79 MB)  Getting Products to People explores how supply chains will need to evolve and engage the private sector to respond effectively to a changing landscape, expanding health care marketplace, and an increasing demand for health services. This document examines innovative supply chain solutions that... Read more

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