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31st October 2016

by Beth Yeager

Maternal and Child Health Director, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program, Procurement and Supply Management

At the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition annual membership meeting last week in Seattle, Ellen...

Categories: Opinion

Opinion: New tool helps bridge manufacturers with potential markets

13th April 2016

Faced with costly and complicated product registration processes in several countries, many companies limit their market entry to countries they may perceive as low risk and have significant market potential. Often however, they make this determination on the basis of very little information. In many cases they gravitate toward countries with which they are familiar, rather than risk expansion into another unfamiliar country.

Categories: Opinion, Market Development Approaches Working Group

Opinion: Without supplies, all the Zika headlines are but noise

24th February 2016

The Zika virus has dominated the global conversation for several weeks. Coy messaging from the Vatican, rigid taboos around abortion and the devastation of microcephaly have all featured in the swirls and eddies of media discussion.

Categories: Opinion, ForoLAC

Opinion: The Road to 2030: Keeping Reproductive Health Supplies in Myanmar’s Universal Health Coverage Scheme

7th 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.

Categories: Universal Health Coverage, Opinion

Opinion: Healthy Marketplaces Are Critical for Universal Health Coverage

26th November 2015

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.

Categories: Universal Health Coverage, Opinion

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