Prevention Pack Program Featured In Financial Times

Prevention Packs currently distributed in 48 clinics throughout DRC

Global Strategies has partnered with Panzi Foundation to deliver life-saving medicines to survivors of gender-based violence aided by Logistimo, an inventory management technology.

Our experience using Logistimo was featured in a joint commission report from the Lancet and Financial Times on the Future of AI and Digital Healthcare. Read the article here: “AI set to transform healthcare in world’s poorer regions.”

Vira Wasukundi is tracking inventory to make sure clinics remain stocked

“Our vision to provide post-rape care to every woman who needs it meant never running out of medicine,” says Program Director Jean Armas, “Using Logistimo to track which clinics receive survivors and how many survivors receive treatment every single day, we know how to distribute these critical medicines and time field visits.  Caring for women in these settings means caring about inventory.”

Global Strategies is a proud partner of Panzi Hospital, working together to make sure all survivors of gender-based violence are guaranteed timely treatment and care, regardless of where they live. Learn more here about the program and its impact.

Vira Wasukundi, Darius Kulondwa, and Dr. Sylvie Mwambali Nabintu in front of Panzi Hospital


Our care unit now has tools for monitoring newborn respiratory distress. And our care, maternity and operating rooms all have phototherapy lamps that help prevent neonatal hypothermia.
Manene NAKASHINGA Agnes, Senior Neonatal ICU Nurse at Panzi General Hospital

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