U.S. Government’s Global Health Supply Chain Strategy Helps People With HIV/AIDS Access Treatment Worldwide

USAID’s “IMPACTblog”: Delivering Life-Saving HIV/AIDS Drugs Around the World
Sherif Mowafy, a program manager in the Supply Chain for Health division of USAID’s Office of HIV/AIDS, discusses the USAID-led Supply Chain Management System project under PEPFAR, “the largest-ever public health supply chain in the world, [which] leverages the collective power of many different partnerships, both private and public, to deliver critical products to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic,” as well as the Procurement and Supply Management project, the new phase of the U.S. government’s Global Health Supply Chain Strategy (5/13).

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