Who We Are
inSupply is an East African health advisory firm that designs people-centered, scalable, sustainable supply chain solutions. We focus on optimizing data visibility and use, workforce development, and continuous performance improvement. We operate as a social enterprise, aiming for business sustainability while achieving our social mission.
Our Unique Value Propositions
Global Perspective, Localized
Our inSupply team combines on-the-ground and global perspectives with a vision for scale up. We contextualize global innovations and also scale homegrown interventions to cultivate healthier communities across Africa. We believe if process and technology are appropriately contextualized, we can create scalable, sustainable solutions.
Empathy at the Core
We approach complex problems with an open mind and excitement to learn. Using human centered design and implementation, we believe that empathy is pivotal to effectiveness and problem-solving. In challenging moments, it is both our optimistic outlook and deep commitment to these communities that lead to positive outcomes.
The Process is Innovation
We are always searching for the most responsive and agile way to execute. Our human-centered, iterative process means that we always start with the most appropriate solution: balancing cutting edge with practical considerations and user voices. Ultimately we build upon these solid foundations for the best results for our communities.
Future facing solutions
We are future looking when building solutions and believe that people, processes and data are at the center of co-creating strong, lasting, locally owned supply chains. Our teams work with partners to create quality, technology-enabled and value-added solutions to achieve supply chain excellence, consistently.
Yasmin Chandani, CEO of inSupply Health, has spent over twenty years supporting and advising national governments, NGOs and multilateral partners in the strategy, design, implementation and measurement of strong, sustainable supply chains for health. Yasmin has served as a director of multi-country, multi-year initiatives, including the SC4CCM (Supply Chains for Community Case Management) Project and the USAID | DELIVER project. Yasmin is a supply chain thought leader who is known for her rigorous attention to quality and her persistent emphasis on capacity development and systemic institutionalization. She has a successful track record in contextualizing and adapting innovations such as mHealth, UAVs and data-driven quality improvement approaches for building people-centered, responsive supply chains.
Amos Chweya is a Public Health Professional working with JSI as a senior Regional Immunization Technical Officer. In this role, he provides technical support in strengthening health and immunization supply chain systems to improve immunization coverage, equity, and vaccine introductions within the East and South Africa sub regions. Amos Chweya also serves as the Director of JSI Kenya and serves on inSupply Health’s Board of Directors. Prior to joining JSI, Amos served as a WHO Sub-Regional Technical Officer for the introduction of Inactivated Polio Vaccine seconded to WHO/AFR Intercountry Support Teams (IST) for East and Southern Africa. Over the course of his thirty years experience, he also worked as a National Immunization Vaccine Operations Manager and National EPI logistician in Kenya.
Director, Regional Immunization Advisor
Laura Nabwire is inSupply Health’s Practice Lead for Kenya. In her previous roles she has successfully led acquisitions, integrations, and business model changes by transforming complex projects into implementable topics while ensuring business continuity. She has over sixteen years experience in the pharmaceutical and consumer healthcare industry, with supply chain management and commercial operations leadership. Laura is a mentor with the Cherie Blair foundation for women and a member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (MCIPS).
Practice Lead, Kenya
As the Practice Lead for inSupply Health Tanzania, Matiko has worked in public health programming specializing in supply chain system design, system strengthening, program management, immunization, capacity building, data use and organizational development. He’s well-versed and experienced in working with governments, multilaterals, foundations, private sector and in providing technical assistance at national, sub-national and SDP levels. Matiko spearheaded the development of the IMPACT team approach for strengthening supply chain performance, and he is passionate about the use of technology such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve health supply chains.
Practice Lead, Tanzania
Judith Omondi Anyona is a Senior Advisor at inSupply Health where she leads the Data Use project providing strategic guidance in program quality, accountability and good governance. With fifteen years in International development, Judith brings experience in designing, implementing, and managing health projects in Africa and Asia. She has spearheaded the introduction of DMPA-SC in Kenya in both public and private sectors, trained health care providers on quantification for vaccines, reproductive health commodities and pediatric ARVs. Also, she contributed to the development of various policy documents including Kenya FP guidelines, Harmonized Curriculum for LARC & PPFP. Prior to joining JSI, Judith served in program management and implementation roles at Catholic Relief Services with funding from PEPFAR, CDC, and GAVI.
Harrison Mariki works as a Senior Advisor for inSupply Health and contributes as a thought leader, driving innovation to guide inSupply towards achieving supply chain excellence, building and nurturing partnerships, coaching and mentoring. Harrison Mariki has worked in supply chain management for nearly ten years, building the capacity of people and systems supporting public health supply chains in Tanzania. He started his career providing technical support to the medical stores department (MSD) in inventory management of HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning, tuberculosis, and leprosy commodities as a supply chain monitoring advisor. He has extensive field experience as part of the logistics management unit where his role was to strengthen data collection, integrity and use at service delivery points for logistics decisions through implementation of innovative solutions like the electronic logistics management information system (eLMIS) and the ILSGateway. He has also participated in the quantification of commodities for HIV programs and in the design of logistics systems.
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Danielson Kennedy is a certified Monitoring & Evaluation professional with over 12 years of experience in design and supervision of data gathering, analysis, visualization and presentation. He is passionate about using data for decision making and experienced in using data analysis and visualization tools. In his role as a Senior Advisor at inSupply Health, he leads a measurement, evaluations and learning work stream by providing guidance on implementation research at the national level. Ken has experience working with international NGO's and multilateral donor agencies including, UNAIDS, USAID, Global Fund, CDC, IntraHealth International, Born Free Africa, and World Vision Kenya. Ken has previously been seconded to the Ministry of Health’s National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCOP) as a Strategic Information Specialist where he worked with both the National Government and the Devolved Governments within the Republic of Kenya.
Danielson Kennedy Onyango
Annette Mumbi is the Finance and Operations Manager for inSupply Health. She has over 8 years of professional experience in finance, human resources, office administration and organizational Development. Over the years Annette has successfully managed multi-currency grants from Johnson & Johnson, Argidius Foundation, International Trade Center, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Grand Challenges Canada among others, ensuring that the organization is compliant both under the grant agreement clauses and statutorily across East Africa. Annette has also helped organizations innovate and implement different policies and procedures in line with human resource best practices. She is trained in Finance and holds an MSc in Organizational Development, is Certified Human Resource Professional and a member of Institute of Human Resource Management. She has a passion for operations, ensuring that the organization remains compliant, sustainable while retaining an engaged and motivated team.
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We Are inSuppliers
As an organization that was founded to reshape availability and affordability of quality supply chain advisory services in East Africa, we take supply chain professionalization, workforce enhancement, gender equity and inclusion close to heart. We believe deeply in design thinking to co-create contextualized and innovative solutions. One of our strategic objectives is to attract, build, and retain people with the right-fit skills and who have a passion for the work we do.
But we are not looking for unicorns! Our ideal candidates have a growth mindset and resonate with our values, standards and culture. We design learning and development to support each stage of our employees’ personal and professional journeys at inSupply Health. Please see open positions below and drop your resume!