A guide to the key considerations and the realistic financial analyses that should inform how to develop a thriving drone ecosystem in Africa and globally.
Guinea, Madagascar, and Niger initiated iSC system design efforts to conduct analysis of
alternative supply chain scenarios, including drones, to identify areas for improvement.
Based on a field study conducted in 2019, this article investigates how drones are used for medical supply delivery in Malawi—a country where the community is underserved for healthcare and related infrastructure underdeveloped, while airspace is largely open and regulations generally relaxed.
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.