Find JSI at the 2018 Global Health Supply Chain Summit

November 26th, 2018 | News


Strong supply chains are critical for saving and improving the lives of children, families, and communities. As countries strive to meet ambitious health goals, JSI is leading the way by building supply chains that can meet the needs of growing populations and respond to changes in disease burdens and emerging health trends.

Join JSI at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit in Lusaka, Zambia, from November 28–30, 2018 to learn about the innovative and cost-effective ways that JSI is helping countries ensure that medicines, vaccines, and other products reach the people who need them.

Download the full schedule of JSI panels, posters, and oral presentations. Follow the conference on Twitter @JSIHealth using the hashtag #GHSCS.

Featured Presentations

Join us to discuss practical, evidence-based ways to manage public health supply chains.

Redesigning the Indonesian family planning supply chain by strengthening organizational capacity, collaboration, and data use

November 28, 2018 | 1:30 PM – 2:45 PM | Mini DOME

  • Authors: Nurfadliah Abdillah, Omar Balsara, Barbara Lamphere, Sarah Andersson, and Bethany Saad

Open supply chain information is essential for government ownership and sustainability

November 28, 2018 | 4:30 PM – 5:45 PM | Room 1

  • Authors: Jeremy Sikazwe, Wendy Nicodemus, Gamariel Sipungwe

Pharmaceutical regulatory information systems: the forgotten link for end-to-end visibility

November 29, 2018 | 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM | Mini DOME

  • Authors: Yordanos Sebsebie, Al Shiferaw, Heran Gerba, Marasi Mwencha, and Paul Dowling

‘Advocating for change’: Multi-country experience of achieving stakeholders buy-in for immunization supply chain system design

November 29, 2018 | 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM | Mini DOME

  • Authors: Olamide Folorunso, Ryan McWhorter, Wendy Prosser, and Oliver Defawe

Recommended Reading

Can Contraceptive Availability Be Improved by Strengthening Organizational Supply Chain Capacity, Data Visibility, and Use?

Omar Balsara, Sarah Andersson, Bethany Saad

Using the Internet of Things to Manage Vaccines and Save Lives in Tanzania

Alex Mbyalu

Finding the Perfect Temperature: Protecting Lifesaving Vaccines in Remote Areas

Wendy Prosser

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