USAID | DELIVER PROJECT Annual Report Wins APEX Award
The 2012-2013 Task Order 4 Annual Report of the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT has been honored with an APEX Award for Publication Excellence. Awards are based on “excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry in achieving overall communications effectiveness.” Read more
World Population Day 2014
World Population Day—celebrated on July 11—reminds us that access to contraceptives and family planning health services affects families across the globe each and everyday, regardless of nationality and cultural background. Access to family planning enables women and families to make the best reproductive choices for themselves, thereby improving their health, education, and economic well-being. Increased access to family planning services contributes to ending preventable maternal and child deaths and to limiting the transmission of HIV. More
World Population Day, July 11
Since 2007, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT has shipped enough contraceptives to meet the needs of an estimated 168 million couples in developing countries around the world. With the project’s help, countries are finding innovative ways to meet the increased demand for contraceptives and other health supplies by a growing population of young people.
World Population Day, July 11
Youth at University of BlueFields in Northern Autonomous Atlantic Region in Nicaragua, during inter-cultural gathering to discuss approaches in health and reproductive health services in this part of the country”.
”Simposio Intercultural: Avances y Desafíos de la Interculturalidad en la Región Autónoma del Atlántico Norte (RAAN)” Photo Credit: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
Using Economic Evaluation to Strengthen Public Health Supply Chains
Decisionmakers in developing countries must continually choose between different courses of action as they pursue public health goals. Among their most critical choices are those relating to how best to strengthen health commodity supply chains to increase the availability of critical supplies. Economic evaluation—studies that compare the costs and consequences of alternative supply chain investments—can help decisionmakers make informed choices about the best way to strengthen and improve the performance of public health supply chains in developing countries. To assist in these efforts, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT has completed two new publications on economic evaluation. Learn more at http://goo.gl/Es2vPk
Pre - Service Training (PST) in Ghana
As part of a field trip to a service delivery point, a pharmacy student from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana (right) receives a practical orientation on using inventory control cards from a pharmacist (left).
Students from the School of Pharmacy at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana tour the regional medical store in the Ashanti region, as part of the practical teaching and learning approach for Pre-Service Training in supply chain management of health commodities.