Yasmin Chandani

Sarah Andersson3
Megan Noel3
Barbara Felling2
Humphreys Nsona2
Mildred Shieshia2
3Sarah Andersson
3Megan Noel
2Barbara Felling
2Humphreys Nsona
2Mildred Shieshia
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To understand how supply chain factors affect product availability at the community level, the Improving Supply Chains for Community Case Management of Pneumonia and Other Common Diseases of Childhood Project developed a theory of change (TOC) framework for gathering, organizing, and interpreting evidence about supply constraints to community case(More)
  • Mildred Shieshia, Megan Noel, Sarah Andersson, Barbara Felling, Soumya Alva, Smisha Agarwal +5 others
  • 2014
BACKGROUND In 2010, 7.6 million children under five died globally - largely due to preventable diseases. Majority of these deaths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. As a strategy to reduce child mortality, the Government of Malawi, in 2008, initiated integrated community case management allowing health surveillance assistants (HSAs) to treat sick children in(More)
BACKGROUND A UNICEF review of the challenges to scaling up integrated community case management (iCCM) found that drug shortages were a common bottleneck. In many settings, little thought has gone into the design of supply chains to the community level and limited evidence exists for how to address these unique challenges. SC4CCM's purpose was to conduct(More)
The link between data and governance are key to making public health supply chains more integrated and responsive in order to get life-saving commodities to those in need. In particular, considering its significant health challenges, poor maternal and child health indicators, and major recent devolution in political authority, Kenya represents a country in(More)
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