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Medical logistics – Africa’s complexity

It is Saturday afternoon and I find myself in the heart of Lomé, the capital of Togo, at Akodessewa Fetish Market. It is considered the largest fetish market in the world and, for some, it is the Walmart of voodoo in the region. The market has an assortment of animal parts, bone statues and herbs. But I am […]

Medlog & Pharma Frontiers – Q3 2012

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Africa Pharmaceutical Supply Chains

In emerging markets, due to a lack of coinage (change), shop owners often give you some candy or bubble gum to replace small change. Once in a Vietnam pharmacy, I was handed a single antibiotic tablet. When I enquired about the risks associated with this practice, the pharmacist assistant looked at me blankly. While this […]

Humanitarian Logistics and the Transformational Agenda after an Emergency

There is more to any Humanitarian disaster than an immediate RESPONSE. It is not earthquakes that kill people – it is buildings; and so, many countries make themselves more RESILIENT to disaster ensuring that building standards can withstand geo-meterological threats and, that logistics procedures are in place to deal with worst case scenarios and facilitate […]

The role of multi-nationals in building solutions in humanitarian logistics

Cynics may claim that traditional corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives were about throwing money at a problem and being rewarded with a glossy brochure and a few great photo opportunities for the annual report. Whether or not this perspective is fair, today’s public private partnerships (PPPs) are far more engaging as companies play an active […]

Simalarities and differences between consumer beverages and medicine supply chains

There is increased interest in the similarities and differences between consumer beverages (e.g. Coca-Cola) and medicine supply chains. There are are number of initiatives under way, specifically from a Public Private Partnership perspective. There is a lot to learn from the Coca-Cola system. However,  it is also important to take into consideration some of the […]

The Last Mile of Logistics

I recently spent some time in Tanzania looking at the “last mile” of logistics of medical supplies in the country. The project focused on assessing the challenges with reaching health clinics and dispensaries, particular in rural areas.  Below are some issues to consider when drafting your “last mile” strategy: Territory and road infrastructure – Gain […]

The Zambian logistics pilot project (I)

The World Bank, The UK Department for International Development, and USAID recently released the results of a logistics pilot project in Zambia, in which the availability of various medical supplies was improved. This is the first of a three-part series in which I talk with two of the team members and finish with some personal […]

Better drug supply chains keep thousands more children alive

Zambia Study Shows Stronger Supply Chains for Key Drugs can Reduce Child Mortality from World Bank on Vimeo. Share:del.icio.usFacebookTwitterLinkedIn