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JSI Presents at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit

November 14, 2017

As the world aims to achieve global health goals, JSI is leading the way in making supply chains resilient enough to tackle health threats and emerging health trends to improve the health of millions.

Join us at the 10th Global Health Supply Chain Summit from November 15-17, 2017 in Accra, Ghana to learn how JSI is helping countries  make sure that health products are available to the people who need them. Please join us at the sessions below and follow @JSIhealth on Twitter for the latest from the conference.

Supply Chain Performance Improvement through Data Use, Innovation and Empowerment

Matiko Machegge, director of capacity building, Global Health Supply Chain, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Interoperability: The Future of Digital Health and Supply Chain Information Systems
Paul Dowling, senior technical advisor, health logistics, JSI Washington DC

The Future of Capacity Building: Technology-Enabled Tools

Edward Wilson, director, Center for Health Logistics, JSI Washington DC

eLMIS in Zambia: Lessons in How to Scale Up Information Systems in Low-Resource Settings

Chris Opit, director, information technology, AIDSFree, Lusaka, Zambia

mBrana, Mobile Phone Based Vaccine Stock Management Tool improves Decision Making in Tigray and Amhara Woredas of Ethiopia

Abebe Kassahun, vaccine supply chain advisor-Pfsa International, AIDSFree Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Institutionalizing and Transitioning Supply Chain Management Structures in Tanzania through the Logistics Management Unit 

Peace Nyankojo, director of Logistics Management Unit, International, Global Health Supply Chain, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Four Years of Managing a National Electronic Logistics Management Information Systems at Scale in Tanzania: Future Directions in the Context of the National Digital Health Investment Roadmap
Naomi Printz, deputy chief of party, Global Health Supply Chain, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Learn more about our health supply chain work.