The USAID Zambia Accessible Markets for Health (ZAM-Health) Activity is a five-year project that aims to sustainably expand the availability and accessibility of high-quality health products and services in the private sector, improve health knowledge, and increase the adoption of healthy and health-seeking behaviors. The program will employ both supply and demand-side interventions working in partnership with the private sector (for-profit and nonprofit entities) as well as the Government of Zambia, to achieve these outcomes.
USAID ZAM-Health is implemented by John Snow Health Zambia (JSH) in partnership with JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI), Media 365 and PharmAccess. The consortium will apply a market facilitation approach to coordinate, catalyze, and harness the private sector to reach priority populations with health products, services and information.
Photo: Women with Klori-Pure bottles, a water purification product to make safe drinking water. ZAM-Health works with the private sector to expand access to high-quality health products such as a Klori-Pure.
Pthoto credit: USAID DISCOVER-Health Project