In Mozambique, over 70% of the population lives in rural and remote areas, often cut off from essential public infrastructure and health services. Improving distribution and storage of
life-saving medicines can make big impacts in improving access to availability for those in need.
Project Last Mile was invited by The Global Fund and the Ministry of Health to partner with the Central de Medicamentos e Artigos Médicos (CMAM) to help advance the Strategic Plan
for Pharmaceutical Logistics (PELF) through network optimization, outsourced distribution and logistics capability development.
We created a video that shows the reality of delivering life-saving medicines to the last mile in Mozambique and the work we are doing with The Global Fund to support the Mozambican Ministry of Health and CMAM in advancing their Strategic Plan for Pharmaceutical Logistics (PELF).
This is primarily achieved through enabling network optimization, outsourced distribution and logistics capability development. We are working with local Coca-Cola bottler, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa to provide mapping and delivery data to streamline the medical and medicine supply delivery system, based on Coca-Cola Beverages Africa’s long history of efficient delivery across Mozambique’s challenging terrain and infrastructure.