Supply Chain for Health

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GHSC-PSM drivers unload a truck that contains HIV/AIDS commodities being delivered to the health center in Croix des Bouquets, Haiti ensuring the clinic does not stockout and patients continue to have access to their treatment. People in the photo: Drivers (on the right is driver Julio Prince) help unload a truck containing HIV/AIDS commodities at a health center in Croix des Bouquets.
GHSC-PSM drivers unload a truck that contains HIV/AIDS commodities being delivered to the health center in Croix des Bouquets, Haiti ensuring the clinic does not stockout and patients continue to have access to their treatment. People in the photo: Drivers (on the right is driver Julio Prince) help unload a truck containing HIV/AIDS commodities at a health center in Croix des Bouquets.
Photo credit: Rodny Darenard, USAID GHSC-PSM project, Date taken: April 2020

USAID’s Supply Chain for Health work leads HIV/AIDS strategic procurement, logistics, supply chain visibility and risk mitigation, and overall supply chain strengthening programming in support of PEPFAR. Our work includes:

  • Managing the procurement and supply of commodities.
  • Providing technical leadership to strengthen health supply chains and their resiliency in countries by collaborating with USG and international partners.
  • Supporting USAID missions in their supply chain management programs and providing emergency supply chain assistance as requested by Agency leadership.

Supply Chain for Health

Last updated: May 13, 2021

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