Solving stockouts will save lives

By Monique van Lettow

Director, Operational and Implementation Research at Madiro

July 3, 2024

Essential Medicine and Health Supplies (EMHS) are the backbone of quality healthcare delivery. Their availability is critical for universal access to appropriate care. However, one-third of the world's population, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), lack access to these essential medicines and diagnostics. In this paper, we look at the role innovations like Signalytic can play in solving supply stockouts.

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About the author

By Monique van Lettow

Director, Operational and Implementation Research at Madiro

Monique has 25+ years of field experience in developing countries and global health research with a broad background and expertise in the development, implementation and management of research projects in Malawi. She was formerly a Senior Research Scientist for Dignitas International, a medical and research organization, based in Malawi. Her research interests include Tuberculosis, TB/HIV integration, the prevention of mother-to-child transmission and HIV transmission and prevention in adolescents.

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