The global HIV community has made tremendous progress in turning the tide of the HIV epidemic, reducing incidence and prevalence in many countries and reaching millions of people with testing and treatment. Stronger public health supply chains have played a key role in this progress by increasing access to HIV commodities.
On the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project, we work closely with governments, clinical partners, and global and local stakeholders to support countries in reaching their 95-95-95 HIV testing, treatment, and viral load suppression targets through two key services:
- Provision of a secure supply of commodities, and
- Systems strengthening technical assistance.
Learn more about the journey of a pill through the HIV/AIDS supply chain in our video below: