Who's Holding up Our Pillars: Injeflex

12th April 2015

When you are at the start of the supply chain, you don’t always get to see how your products are influencing people’s lives. But after having produced more than 12M intrauterine devices (IUDs), Injeflex, a member of the Coalition since 2009, knows that their products are contributing to the wellbeing of women all around the world.


Kangu profiled in Spanish blog post

19th March 2015

“Did you know that every day, 800 women and 8,000 newborns die because they lack access to basic health services?” asks a Spanish language blog post. “Instead of someone being born, someone dies. Instead of it being a magical day,...

Category: Maternal Health Supplies Caucus

New Innovation Fund grant awarded

19th March 2015

The Coalition’s Innovation Fund has just awarded a grant to member association Abt Associates to test and revise Total Market Approaches indicators and develop a tool for assessing government capacity. Total Market Approaches...

Category: Market Development Approaches Working Group

Maternal health drugs largely inaccessible to many women

19th March 2015

Each year, more than 180,000 women die during pregnancy or childbirth from hemorrhage or pre-eclampsia/eclampsia, write the Population Council’s Saumya RamaRao and Katharine McCarthy in a recent blog post. Many of these deaths can...

Category: Maternal Health Supplies Caucus

Access depends on functional SCM systems

19th March 2015

Simply making commodities available is not enough to improve the quality of life for most communities, argues Dr. Lloyd Matowe, the executive director of Pharmaceutical Systems Africa, an international consultancy supporting...

Category: Systems Strengthening Working Group

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