We envision drone delivery being an integral part of the supply chain operations that improves universal healthcare and provides beneficiaries with greater access to health services and commodities across the globe.
The ISG UAS coordinating body, formed in 2018, convenes 12 international organisations and donors in the health supply chain space to align on and coordinate UAS investments for payload delivery in low- and middle-income countries.
Through our coordination, we aim to better understand the potential for UAS to strengthen global health systems, where to focus our investments in the near- and long-term and how to better leverage the work of each organisation. Ultimately, we aim to expand our knowledge base and ensure that our investments are cost-effective and sustainable.
By providing support for regulatory work, local capacity and local ecosystems, we work with partners and members to create an enabling environment for the increased adoption of drone delivery in supply chains
Please contact us for any collaboration or knowledge sharing opportunities.
We would particularly like to hear from government entities, academic institutions, implementing partners and community organisations looking to collaborate with donors.