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SC4CCM Presents on Use of Data Dashboards at USAID Bureau of Global Health M&E Working Group Semi-Annual Meeting.

The theme of the USAID Bureau of Global Health M&E Working Group’s semi-annual meeting on May 16th was sharing experiences and lessons learned on M&E for community based health programs amongst USAID coordinating agencies. Presenters addressed key questions around fostering … Continue reading

Experience Sharing: Amos Misomali presents lessons learned from SC4CCM in Malawi at the World Health Congress on Public Health in Ethiopia

In April 2012, The World Federal Public Health Congress offered 3,000 public health professionals from around the world an opportunity to gather in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and exchange knowledge and experience. The Congress included participation by many JSI staff one … Continue reading

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CCM needs well-functioning supply chains to deliver the medicines to community health workers. Often, CCM cannot work properly due to ineffective supply chains and inconsistent availability of good-quality medicines and basic health supplies.

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CCM programs also need access to pediatric-friendly products that are appropriate to the environments where CHWs work. SC4CCM worked with countries to strengthen quantification processes and advocates globally for increased availability of pediatric-friendly products.

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SC4CCM worked in partnership with Ministries of Health in Ethiopia, Malawi and Rwanda to identify innovative solutions that have improved community supply chains and increased availability of children’s medicines in their villages.