Clear Solutions: a new player in the drive to increase ORS and Zinc coverage

I’m very excited to draw your attention to a new player in the drive to increase ORS and Zinc coverage: Clear Solutions. Clear Solutions came out of the process I wrote about back in February: UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY: Would you like to be supported to set up a new NGO to improve access to co-packaged ORS […]

So how was the Kit Yamoyo Legacy achieved?

In a recent post I tried to quantify the Kit Yamoyo Legacy and indicated that I’d follow-up with a post on how we think this legacy was achieved. We think it boils down to eight principles and furthermore we think that if ‘foreign bodies’ (international NGOs and aid agencies) followed these principles, we would see […]

Africa Healthcare Extension Summit – join me there

I am honoured and delighted to be speaking at the Africa Healthcare Extension Summit 2019 in Nairobi on 26-27 June 2019. I will be highlighting the key success factors in our journey from an innovative idea to a self-sustaining development that has transformed access to diarrhoea treatment in Zambia. This will include our partnership with […]

Kit Yamoyo training materials – download

These training ‘flashcards’ were developed following the ColaLife Operational Trial in Zambia (COTZ)*. They have been approved by Zambia’s Ministry of Health and are used for training community health workers (CHWs) and Kit Yamoyo retailers in the prevention of diarrhoea and the treatment of diarrhoea with ORS and Zinc. All trainees are given a set […]

5 immediate recommendations to reduce child mortality in Zambia

This is a call to all to comment on 5 immediate recommendations to come out of the ColaLife Operational Trial in Zambia (COTZ). We are particularly interested in whether these are compatible with iCCM. Please add your comments below or email simon@colalife.org   5 immediate recommendations to reduce childhood mortality in Zambia These actions can […]

Willingness to Pay for Kit Yamoyo – a innovative price trial in Monze

Father and daughter leaving willingness to pay session with Kit Yamoyo Before we moved to scaling up Kit Yamoyo in the private sector across Zambia, we wanted to be sure we were working within a retail price that people were willing to pay. In May 2013 we were deep into the analysis of our Midline […]