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Shining a light on global health supply chains

The Challenge


Freeze-sensitive vaccines procured
through UNICEF in 2015 totaled
$1.2 billion


of vaccines in lower income countries are exposed to temperatures below recommended ranges during storage

"...vaccines can travel thousands of miles across the world to reach remote communities in Africa and Asia, but if they become too hot or too cold during that very last mile all the effort is for naught. That’s why this partnership with Parsyl is so important, ensuring that countries are using the latest technology to keep these vaccines effective"

Dr. Seth Berkley CEO of Gavi

"It used to be that a nurse in a facility in rural Uganda would have to check five fridges, three times a day. Now, all of that information is recorded and sent to the nurse automatically via Bluetooth, meaning he or she has more time to actually do their job."

Shamit Shah CEO of Freight in Time
Our Solution
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parsyl Maintain potency Maintain Quality

Frontline health workers can easily understand the quality of vaccines prior to immunization, even in last mile locations.

parsyl Reduce waste Reduce Waste

Visibilty into causes and location of product degredation uncovers areas for focused improvement.

parsyl Improve outcomes Improve Outcomes

Global health partners can make data driven decisions about future shipment and storage methods to ensure vaccines remain safe and effective.

Our Impact



Gavi expects to immunize 300 million children between 2016 and 2020 and avert 5-6 million future deaths through its support for routine immunization programs and vaccination campaigns.

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