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VillageReach develops, tests and implements innovations that uniquely address barriers at the lower levels or “last mile” of healthcare delivery in low-resource communities including medicine availability, human resource constraints, data visibility and lack of infrastructure. Through collaboration with public and private sector partners, VillageReach seeks to increase access to quality healthcare for the world’s most underserved communities, bringing life-saving innovations to scale and sustainability.

News and Links


  • Promising Practices in Supply Chain Management.
    Erin Larsen-Cooper discusses our recent work: Promising Practices in Supply Chain Management. The series of briefs was commissioned by the Supply and Awareness Technical Reference Team (TRT) of the United Nations Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women’s and Children’s Health (UNColSC).
  • A Visit From Dr.  Kabambe-  This blog written by Fannie Kachale The Director of Reproductive Health Malawi Ministry of Health documents a recent visit to CCPF mHealth operations in Malawi by the Director of Planning and Policy Implementation of the Malawian Ministry of Health who observed the program and discussed its promising potential as a national program to improve MNCH and other impact areas such as HIV and Malaria.

Reaching the Final 20 Policy Paper Series: Other Duties as Required. This second paper in the series focuses on the role of human resources and the specific challenges facing individuals within the health system to adequately address the needs of vaccine supply chains, particularly in low resource communities.

Melinda Gates names VillageReach’s Margarida Matsinhe as top global vaccine innovator. 

VillageReach President Allen Wilcox Named Schwab Foundation Entrepreneur of the Year

Últimos 20 – May 2014  - Newsletter covering our Final 20 work in Mozambique (Portuguese only)-  O desafio de fazer chegar   vacinas até aos últimos 20.