Building for the Future: Review, Recovery, and Refocusing at the GHSC Summit 2021

December 1st, 2021 | Event


Join JSI and Affiliates at the Global Health Supply Chain Summit 2021

As countries around the world continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, already strained health supply chains are being tested.

From sourcing and procurement to last-mile delivery, we have been at the forefront of efforts to manage supply chains through the pandemic and minimize disruptions to product availability for public health programs around the globe.

Please join JSI and our affiliates (inSupply Health, Partnership for Supply Chain Management [PFSCM], John Snow Health Zambia LTD [JSH]) at this year’s Global Health Supply Chain Summit, December 7–9, to learn how we are helping to build, scale up, and manage robust, resilient global health supply chains during COVID-19 and beyond.

For the latest on the conference, follow us on Twitter @JSIhealth, @inSupplyHealth, @PFSCM, and @HealthSCM using the hashtags #GHSCS and #HealthSupplyChains.

JSI presentations

Tuesday, December 7 

11:45 am EST: Using adaptive learning to evolve the IMPACT Teams – data use approach for monitoring supply chains in Kenya and Tanzania, Janet Makena (inSupply), Judith Anyona (inSupply), Track 4 presentation recording

Wednesday, December 8

11:45 am EST: Digital transformation of the regulatory systems: The missing link in transforming health supply chains, Al Shiferaw (JSI), Heran Gerba (EFDA), Teddy Berihun(USAID Ethiopia), Ramy Guirguis (USAID), Track 5 presentation recording

11:45 am EST: No going back. Integrating supply chain adaptations from COVID as routine practice, Edward Wilson (JSI), Suzanne Veit (PFSCM), Johnson Anyona (inSupply), Gamariel Simpungwe (JSH), Track 6 presentation recording

11:45 am EST: Expanding Cold Chain Equipment Availability: CCEOP’s Contribution to Stronger Supply Chains, Wendy Prosser (JSI), Soumya Alva (JSI), Track 8 presentation recording

Thursday, December 9 

11:10 am–12:25 pm EST: Making access to life-saving commodities a possibility for remote, hard-to-reach nomadic communities, George Okello (inSupply), Joyce Owola (inSupply), Track 9 presentation recording

11:10 am–12:00 pm EST: Expanding access to supplies through private-sector channels, Ann Allen, (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation), Olawale Durosinmi-Etti (JSI), Remi Adeseun (Salient Advisory), Jessica Vernon(Maisha Meds), Joanna Bichsel (Kasha Global), Track 12 presentation recording

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