Putting Cost into the Equation: Case Examples of Economic Evaluation of Public Health Supply Chains in Three African Countries
Decisionmakers in developing countries often face critical choices about how to strengthen commodity supply chains to yield more accessible, affordable, and higher quality health products and services. Economic evaluations—studies that compare costs and consequences of alternative supply chain investments—can inform their decisions, but are underutilized. This brief describes how the project used this framework to inform supply chain design and decision making in Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. JSI / USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, 2015.
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