JSI at the Conference on Health & Humanitarian Logistics

July 9th, 2019 | News

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Strong supply chains save lives. JSI builds capacity along every step of the supply chain to mitigate the risk of loss, waste, and stockouts and to ensure the availability of lifesaving supplies at the last mile, improving the health of millions.

Join us at the 2019 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics, in Kigali, Rwanda, where JSI supply chain experts will discuss how service delivery is being improved with new user-driven, scalable approaches in global health delivery, resiliency, and response.

Learn more about our innovative supply chain work at the following presentations and workshops. Follow @JSIHealth on Twitter for conference updates.

Projects highlighted:
Kenya/Tanzania – inSupply
Indonesia – MyChoice Project
Ethiopia – AIDSfree

Presentations:

Using human-centered design to transform community health supply chains for migratory and hard to reach communities in Kenya
Eric Wakaria, inSupply

Mitigating the Risk of Commodity Stock-outs in Public Health Supply Chains: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia
Barb Knittel, John Snow, Inc.

A novel approach to evaluating supply chain interventions in complex and uncertain systems: using developmental evaluation in hard to reach settings in Kenya
Erik Wakaria, inSupply

Building ownership and sustainability using a data use approach for the electronic Immunization System implementation in Tanzania
Harrison Mariki, inSupply

Workshops:

How can public health logistics assets be used to support humanitarian emergency response?
Liz Igharo, Executive Director, IAPHL
Dominique Zwinkels, People that Deliver

Skill building workshop on IMPACT team adaptable models and approach
Wambui Waithaka, Supply Chain Advisor, inSupply Health, Ltd.
Eric Wakaria, inSupply Health, Ltd.
Harrison Mariki, inSupply Health, Ltd.
Dr. Fredrick Githinji, Kajiado County, Kenya

Rapid-fire education and training workshops:

Pioneering a Scalable Capacity Building Approach in the Health Sector in Ethiopia: IPLS e-Learning Course
Habtamu Berhe, JSI/AIDSFree

Strengthening data analytics capabilities, a partnership between AAU, MIT and JSI
Marasi Mwencha, Johns Snow, Inc.
Habtamu Berhe, JSI/AIDSFree

Proposed conference agenda

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