Two Indonesia women discussing governance
Two Indonesia women discussing governance
Photo Credit: Trias Hesti Utomo
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The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project recognizes that without strong leaders, robust systems of governance, and a proper regulatory environment, technological improvements won’t have their intended effect. That’s why our team takes a whole systems approach in promoting the policies, resources, and education needed for improved national supply chain management.

Our country teams work to foster civic participation, improve national policies around pharmaceutical registration and imports, and promote data-driven planning and decision-making at national and local government levels.

News & Highlights

News Article
Family planning (FP) policies play a crucial role in improving contraceptive use, especially in low- and middle-income countries. However, many policies intended to encourage the availability, uptake, and use of contraceptives by women and their partners lack clear evidence of their effectiveness.…
News Article
This article is available in English and French. For the French translation, please scroll down the page.Cette article est disponible en Anglais et Français. Défilez vers le bas pour la version Française. Supply chains are susceptible to many risk factors that can prevent delivery of critical…
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Since 2020, GHSC-PSM has supported the Government of Burkina Faso to effectively respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Covering almost all aspects of supply chain management, the project helped forecast quantities for the large volume of health commodities needed for COVID-19 response, secured…

Success Stories

Supply chain management has historically been perceived as a male-dominated workforce, with men occupying the majority of management roles in distribution and warehousing. This perception, alongside limited educational opportunities, has made it more difficult for women to gain entry or advance in…
View the original story on the Medicines, Technologies, and Pharmaceutical Services (MTaPS) Program website A fully functioning quality management…
Patrick was born HIV-positive in 2017 and lives in the Matero neighborhood of Lusaka with his mother and grandparents. He has received antiretroviral therapy (ART) medication at Matero General Hospital since 2019. In November 2021, Patrick was transitioned to the dispersible pediatric dolutegravir…