Archives for March 2014

Scale-up cranks up | Lusaka wholesalers in place

Apologies for the fall in blogging rate. There’s been less than one a week since 1-Jan-14. For the moment blogging time has been swallowed up supporting requests to access our trial findings through our open access initiative. But that’s OK as it’s probably our most important dissemination activity right now. If you’d like access to […]

Probably the most productive day so far

We had some very bad news late last night on the funding front which punches a massive hole in our scale-up plans, which I will blog about later, but that’s been followed by the most productive and exciting day so far. 9:00 Called our agent to check on progress of the clearing through customs of […]

Grand Challenges Canada say “no”

The downside of the commitment to blog in an open and transparent way is that you have to be the purveyor of bad news as well as good. Here’s some bad news. On Wednesday night at 9:30pm Zambia time we got a call from Grand Challenges Canada to say that our bid to them for […]

The first Kit Yamoyo Flexi-packs go East and West

We are very pleased to have a strong relationship with the people within the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) who deal with ORS and Zinc. Since I met the teams in Uganda and India, CHAI have signed a global agreement with us to enable all relevant staff to access our trial findings through our open […]

From Crate to Community: Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) and ColaLife

After almost a year of planning, the Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) Evidence Review Symposium came to a close in Accra, Ghana last week. I’ve just returned to Toronto after having presented as part of the Supply Chain Management Panel and sharing our preliminary findings from the ColaLife Operational Trial in Zambia (COTZ). There was […]

Kit Yamoyo featured at “Best Buys In Global Health” event

Last week (19-Mar-14), ColaLife’s Kit Yamoyo was featured at the Best Buys in Global Health event hosted at the Center for Global Development in Washington, DC. The event was held in partnership with PATH, PSI, DEVEX and Merck for Mothers, and marked the launch of the Spring edition of PSI’s Impact Magazine, “The Best Buys […]