Amanda Arch has spent her career at the intersection of entrepreneurship, social impact, and scaling new innovations. She started her career at Microsoft where she helped to launch the Global Social Entrepreneurship Program and later co-founded the Kasha, which is Africa’s leading platform for digital retail and last mile distribution of health products and services. She joined Unlock Aid as Chief Operating Officer to help front line innovators get access to the resources required to maximize their impact and ensure we are on track to achieve the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Development aid can support local businesses, improve outcomes, and cut costs. Here’s how a Supply Chain Commercialization Fund can work with the private sector and build resilient health supply chains in Africa.