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Outsourcing Transport to Improve Health at the Last Mile: A Case Study

This report presents a case study in Mozambique on a program to test a new model of transporting vaccines and other essential medicines through outsourcing. It includes findings from a six-month assessment and presents the potential benefits of outsourcing in terms of improved availability; increased efficiency; better data collection and reporting; and enhanced trust in the system. It also outlines next steps and considerations for government authorities interested in outsourcing as a way to improve transport for vaccines and other essential medicines.

Author: VillageReach

Published: 2016

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2 MB PDF (Located at www.villagereach.org)

Resource types: Report

Diseases/vaccines: Not disease/vaccine specific

Topics: Supply chain and logistics systems

Regions: Africa