A case study on how Ghana leveraged the Zipline autonomous delivery network to distribute >18,000 face masks to poll workers in less than a day’s notice.
Final project report from the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management drones for HIV/AIDS commodity delivery project in North Malawi.
This paper aims to document and advance awareness of diverse context-specific concerns, challenges, and complexities encountered by individuals working on the front lines of drones for health.
Document describing VillageReach’s experience selecting a drone service provider with contracting tools which can be adapted for use by others looking to partner with a drone delivery provider.
This catalog is documenting how cargo drones being used in response to COVID-19.
This webinar shared data and insights from new work being carried out by Zipline to help Ghana and other countries in their COVID-19 response supply chain.
The purpose of this webinar is to critically review and question how drones are being applied in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A guideline for drone service providers and implementers in the development, humanitarian and research fields.
This toolkit provides donors, governments, technology partners, and implementing partners tools and resources to improve the quantity, quality, and availability of evidence around the use of UAS. The toolkit contains an implementation roadmap, logical framework, priority indicators, data collection plans, and sample data collection tools.
This brief provides background information on UAS for use in health supply chain delivery. It highlights existing regulations and systems, as well as use cases for supply chain operations…
This article presents the experiences from Madagascar, Malawi and Senegal, who are among a group of early adopters piloting the use of bi-directional transport drones for health systems in sub-Saharan Africa.