In 2015, Peru’s Ministry of Health (MOH), in partnership with the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, implemented and co-funded a costing study for warehousing and transportation in La Libertad Region.
Opinion: The Road to 2030: Keeping Reproductive Health Supplies in Myanmar’s Universal Health Coverage Scheme7th January 2016
Preparations for universal health coverage are progressing steadily in Myanmar. Reproductive health supplies, including contraceptives, are already a priority for the government. In February 2015, the World Bank and the government of Myanmar entered into a historical agreement to prioritize maternal, newborn, and child healthcare with the Essential Health Services Access Project.
Responding to concerns over civil society engagement in the Global Financing Facility (GFF), Tim Evans and Diane Jacovella  have written to members of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition reaffirming the Bank’s commitment...
Coalition member HEPS-Uganda is mobilizing communities, talk show radio hosts, and health providers in Mbarara and Kamuli districts, to talk about stockouts and spur real action to resolve them once and for all.
On December 12, 2015, a coalition of more than 600 global partners will mark Universal Health Coverage Day, the three year anniversary of the unanimous adoption of a UN General Assembly resolution that counseled governments to provide universal health coverage to their people.