Global Fund’s New E-Marketplace Initiative Aims To Streamline Procurement, Supply Chain Systems In Public Health

Friends of the Global Fight Blog: Webinar with the Global Fund: A Look at and the Future of Procurement
John McMannis, communications manager at Friends of the Global Fight, discusses the Global Fund’s new e-marketplace initiative,, which “has been designed to increase the Global Fund’s impact and value for money by streamlining procurement operations, optimizing costs, and supporting countries that are transitioning out of Global Fund financing by facilitating continued access [to] affordable prices for commodities to treat and prevent HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.” The blog post also contains a webinar in which Friends of the Global Fight discusses this new initiative with Global Fund senior manager Anna Van Nieuwenhuizen (2/25).

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