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Supply Chains for Global Health

The experience and advice from Starbucks, Trident Seafoods and Microsoft can help public health supply chain members improve their on-time and in-full order fulfilment, ensuring life-saving commodities are available when they are needed.

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Five Ways Africa is Taking the World by Storm

Haddis Tadesse shares his thoughts on the power of African progress, and five ways Africa is taking the world by storm.

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Research on Innovation in Digital Finance

An analysis of the current state of innovation in digital finance from the angles of clients, providers, technology and regulation.

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How to Prevent the Next Health Crisis

Nearly 22 million children around the world were not vaccinated last year. This represents a completely man-made real health threat, and could end up being far more destructive than the current Ebola epidemic.

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Savings Group Linkages: The Float That Raises All Ships?

For quite some time, the financial inclusion world has been aware of the popularity of savings groups in the developing world. In East Africa, a substantial number of low income people are involved in both informal groups (10.8 million in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania combined) as well as NGO promoted groups (at least 3.6 million in the same four countries,[2] saving an estimated USD 30 million each week). Given their popularity, are we making the most of what these groups can offer low income populations?

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