Distribution of Commodities in Zimbabwe
Delivery Team Top Up (DTTU) System and health facility staff unload health commodities being delivered in Tsungubvi Polyclinic in Mazowe District of Mashonaland, Central Province in Zimbabwe. June 2014. Photo Credit: Gregory Roche, USAID | DELIVER PROJECT.
Supply Chain Management Training in Zambia
In Zambia, providing training in supply chain management and quantification has become a core activity in developing and strengthening the supply chain.Photo Credit: Arturo Sanabria
Milestones in Contraceptive Security in the LAC Region
Representatives form the Dominican Republic analyze reproductive health supply data. June 2013. Photo Credit: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT.
Check out an interactive timeline highlighting 10 years of work in developing and strengthening country collaboration throughout the Latin America and the Caribbean region to ensure reliable access to contraceptives for everyone who wants them. http://bit.ly/1tIgsAP
SCMS in Burundi
Pierre-Corneille, Deputy Country Director (in blue helmet), with George Warehouse Officer (in yellow helmet), at CAMEBU, Burundi. June, 2014. Photo Credit: Supply Chain Management System (SCMS)
Two Decades in Nepal
For nearly 20 years, USAID, in partnership with JSI and others, worked with the government of Nepal to improve access to medicines and medical supplies for Nepal’s population of more than 26 million. A new report and infographic describe key achievements that have helped improve access to medicines and medical supplies for the population of Nepal by strengthening the public health supply chain. Learn more at http://bit.ly/10ogBSy
SCMS in Ethiopia
As part of Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) supportive supervision provided to health facilities across Ethiopia, Tesfaye Seifu is checking the accuracy of pharmaceutical logistics data on a Bin Card. One of the objectives of SCMS Ethiopia is to support the generation of accurate and timely logistics data, and this monitoring activity is one part of making sure that the objective has been achieved. Photo Credit: SCMS Ethiopia.
Family Planning Pantomime in Ghana
Women in Ghana perform a pantomime encouraging family planning practices. In areas and/or countries where oral customs predominate written culture, where illiteracy is high, and where mass media has little access, transmitting information through folk and traditional media—such as community theater, music, or radio—at a local level can have a remarkable impact. Photo Credit: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT
World Contraception Day, September 26
Complications during pregnancy and childbirth kill nearly 785 women every day. In addition to this, more than 3 million babies die in their first month of life every year. This infographic illustrates how contraceptives, by spacing and limiting pregnancies, help save the lives of mothers as well as their children.