In Madagascar, 80% of the population lives in rural areas and most people must travel several kilometers to access health products and services. Healthcare delivery on most parts of the island is quite challenging due to poor road infrastructure, increasing political and economic insecurity and severe weather caused by climate change. Since 2017, PSI and local drone technology company AerialMetric have been demonstrate the feasibility of using drones to overcome these challenges in a complex environment. Today, despite the constraints of the COVID-19 epidemic, drones are delivering health products to nearly 60 hard-to-reach sites in North East Madagascar. Join this webinar to learn how PSI and AerialMetric designed the drone delivery system, trained health workers and volunteers to receive and manage stocks, advanced the drone technology, and dramatically improved the stock levels for transported health commodities.