While we have made progress in improving public health supply chains in lower- and middle-income countries, we are going to have to think and act differently if we are going to meet the challenges of the coming decade and the ambitious sustainable developments goals for 2030.
Since 2006, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, implemented by JSI, has worked in coordination with governments and international and local partners in over 72 countries to achieve universal access to family planning by strengthening health commodity supply chains and the policy environments that support them. In each country, we have had an impact. Over the life of the project, commodities shipped by the project have averted an estimated 79.4 million unwanted pregnancies, prevented more than 200,000 maternal deaths, and averted more than 1.2 million child deaths.
Since 2006, the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT has worked to improve the health and well-being of communities around the world.
On World Population Day, JSI’s Edward Wilson, ICQ Manager for the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT offers insight from the project’s market analysis of unmet need for family planning in Latin America.
A first timer to the International AIDS Conference and to Melbourne, JSI’s Ed Wilson shares his a few of his first impressions.
Each year an estimated 74.4 million unintended pregnancies occur in the developing world; primarily among women who had an unmet need for effective contraception.