Key Initiatives

USAID’s GHSC-PSM has the objective to improve global health outcomes by increasing access to high-quality health products worldwide. To this end, global health supply chains need to ensure the efficient flow of commodities, and equally as important, open access to information. To make timely and
The contents on this webpage support the collection, validation, analysis, and reporting of the End-Use Verification (EUV) survey in a way that aims for consistency and quality of data across the entities that conduct this survey. Per data confidentiality policies of the countries collecting this
GHSC-PSM is committed to incorporating lessons learned over the last decade of global health supply chain management and exploring industry innovations that will lead to better, more efficient supply chains. Central to achieving this goal is the implementation and use of global supply chain
Stronger public health supply chains play a key role in getting life-saving HIV/AIDS commodities to millions of people, and reducing HIV prevalence in many countries. The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project continues the tremendous progress
The Quantification Analytics Tool (QAT), is a modernized solution for country-led supply planning. Funded by USAID, QAT leverages new technologies and enhances the existing supply planning tool, PipeLine. With an enhanced user interface and usability, greater analytical capabilities and automated