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Improving anti-malarial supply, saving lives - Infographic

The impact from applying the supply chain science to global health delivery systems is life-changing.

By Jérémie Gallien 31 March 2016

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As part of the Deloitte Institute project, ‘Transforming lives through entrepreneurship', Jérémie Gallien, Associate Professor of Management Science and Operations at London Business School undertook research in sub-Saharan Africa.


The impact from applying the supply chain science to global health delivery systems is life-changing. 


This infographic is provided by the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.


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To find out more about this inforgraphic, read our article on 'Improving anti-malarial supply'.

Find out more about the information displayed here by visiting our Transforming Lives Campaign Through Entrepreneurship page.


 
The impact from applying the supply chain science to global health delivery systems is life-changing. 
The impact from applying the supply chain science to global health delivery systems is life-changing. 
The impact from applying the supply chain science to global health delivery systems is life-changing. 

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