It’s not too early to start thinking of creative differential pricing strategies that might help poor people afford a Zika vaccine; it's not too late for microfinance to regain some of the allure it's lost in recent years; and the time is just right for East Africa to up its coffee production game. Read all about these items, and more, in our Weekly Roundup.
- NextBillion Originals
Routine maintenance required to keep cars, trucks and motorcycles moving simply does not happen in Africa, shortening the lifespan of the vehicles that are essential to delivering health commodities to the most remote communities. That means many institutions are declining to fund the capital expenditure required to purchase vehicles, parts or storage facilities – and governments and donors alike are identifying new ways to improve health supply chains and the transport systems they rely on.
- Health Care