Franchising in the healthcare sector: The case of Child and Family Wellness clinics in Kenya
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
VIDEO: Fighting the Public Health Threat of Counterfeit Drugs
NewsHour (U.S. Public Broadcasting Service) features the Healthstore Foundation
Franchising Can Do More to Stop Child Suffering, Death than WHO, Gates Foundation Combined
CFW Clinics in Kenya: To Profit or Not for Profit
Harvard Business School
NOW with David Brancaccio
Emmy Award-winning PBS documentary featuring HealthStore’s work in Kenya.
Global Health News
In the World of Life-Saving Drugs, a Growing Epidemic of Deadly Fakes
February 2007, NY Times
Fake drugs for infectious diseases kill tens of thousands each year.
Fake Drugs Kill the Poor
December 2007, Economic Affairs
The Other War
December 2006, Wall Street Journal
2006 was a year of progress on AIDS and malaria thanks to new thinking about how foreign aid can best be spent.
The Bellagio Forum for Economic Development
March 2006, THE FORUM
HealthStore’s micro-franchise model featured in the magazine of the Bellagio Forum for Sustainable Development.
What Works: HealthStore’s Franchise Approach to HealthCare
Columbia Business School students feature HealthStore’s micro-franchise model in a case study.
HealthStore Is a Finalist in Ashoka Competition
One of 13 finalists, HealthStore shines in contest for “market-based strategies that benefit low-income communities.”
Gates Foundation Commits to Malaria Research
October 30, 2005
The Gates Foundation has announced three grants totaling $258 million for the development of a malaria vaccine, new drugs, and mosquito control methods.
Coartem Most Effective Malaria Treatment
April 2005, Medical News Today
New study suggests that artemisinin-based combination therapies (available from Novartis as Coartem) most effective for areas of high resistance.
March 2005, Fast Company
Olyset mosquito bed nets feature a dramatically better pesticide mechanism and an expected lifetime five times that of existing nets.