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Our most fruitful partnerships are with the managers and implementers of frontline health service delivery. We work closely with the WHO and UNICEF at both the country level as well as at international and programmatic levels. Within each country, we also work directly with representatives from the Ministry of Health and other NGOs that operate health facilities. We are also leveraging the network of some of our funders (e.g. Gates Foundation) to forge new relationships with other organizations merging innovation and health care in developing countries.
¿Actualmente te estás dirigiendo a otras poblaciones, lugares o los mercados para tu innovación? Si es así, ¿dónde y por qué?
In the long term, we target the 73 GAVI-eligible countries, which are all of the countries with a per capita GNI of under $1,500. In the short term, we are ensuring that we validate the impact of our system across a broad range of environments, geographies, and levels of infrastructure. We have plans for projects in three different countries, each of which presents unique challenges. We have a pilot project in Benin and will be initiating new projects in the next few months in Nepal and Ecuador.
¿Qué tipo de sistema operativo y factores internos de la organización hacen que tu innovación sea un éxito?
We give our team significant freedom and empower them to make decisions and plans. Clearly this only works because we have been very selective as to who we bring on board; this is not an environment in which most will thrive, or even survive. We also embrace both lean and flat organizational principles. No one has to report to an office; we all work remotely and at our own pace and in our own preferred style. We also do not burden the organization with strict reporting structures. Everyone involved knows what the end goal is and they have been given the power to make that happen.
Por favor, pon en claro las necesidades u ofertas que hayas mencionado anteriormente y/o sugiere categorías de apoyo que no están especificadas en la lista
Funding is an issue for every organization, non-profit and corporate alike. I think it goes without saying that it is a constant stressor and one that too often takes time away from our people making a real impact. In addition to funding, a major need is building relationships with other NGOs or government agencies that have boots on the ground in these countries providing the vaccinations.