LAPTOP Scholarships help young professionals from low- and middle-income countries to defray the costs of pursuing training opportunities in supply chain management. To learn more about past scholarship recipients, look below.
Previous Scholarship Recipients
2021 (with support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation)
Hope Fortunate Achiro
Hope is a senior pharmacist in the National Medical Stores, planning on helping fix supply chain problems so more lives can be saved.
Olatunde Temitope Bedford-Egunjobi
Olatunde hopes to tackle the unchecked entry of substandard and falsified drugs into the national market.
Abass has a background in public health and nursing, and founded HACEP-Ghana, a youth-led organization providing SRHR services to young people.
Wesley is a pharmacist who plans to promote and support a resilient and sustainable health commodity supply chain in the Solomon Islands.
Fara Emile Millimouno
Fara witnessed his country’s struggle to distribute healthcare supplies during the Ebola crisis and wants to build up national health systems.
Dr. Nancy Mucogo Njeru
Dr. Mucogo has a background in pharmacy and health economics and is keen on building resilient, efficient and responsive supply chain systems that assure value for money.
Nkoli Lilian Nnamonu
Nkoli is a public health pharmacist contributing to SRH, WASH and supply chain management in the humanitarian sector in Nigeria, especially in the crisis-affected North Eastern regions.
Bikila, a supply chain expert at Ethiopian Public Health Institute, plans to improve and strengthen the national public health supply chains systems.
Comla works in humanitarian logistics; his upcoming training will also help him pilot logistics, transport and distribution operations.
Seblework is a pharmaceutical warehouse & distribution specialist who hopes to help build up a sustainable healthcare supply system in her country.
2014 (with support from Bayer)
Other recipients included: