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News: GHSC-PSM Project Hits 87 Percent On-Time Delivery and Achieves $85 Million in Savings Per Recent Annual Report

February 21, 2019
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The recently published Fiscal Year 2018 Annual Report of the USAID Global Health and Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project shows significant strides in delivering lifesaving health commodities.
warehouse worker scanning bar codes

Driving Interoperability Through a Common Language

Samuel Oh
January 3, 2019
3 Minute Read
From barcodes on apples to serial numbers on laptops, standard identifiers help ensure product quality and traceability through the supply chain. The same goes for health commodities — lives depend on it.

News: USAID and Chemonics Selected as Government Innovation Awards Winners

September 13, 2018
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The Government Innovation Awards recognize disruptors and emerging leaders who are using information technology to transform government agencies. This year, USAID and Chemonics are recognized for using technology to overcome challenges in low-resource settings.
A baby sleeps on his mother's shoulder

Saving Women During Childbirth Starts in a Surprising Place: The Refrigerator

Beth Yeager
March 1, 2018
2 Minute Read
We have medicine to prevent hemorrhage after childbirth, but it is not reaching women in developing countries. Expert Beth Yeager discusses how we can make sure this lifesaving technology is available to those who need it.
Boxes of health commodities being opened in Mozambique

A Vision for a 21st Century Supply Chain

Jamey Butcher
January 30, 2018
< 1 Minute Read
Executive Vice President James Butcher explains how the Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management Project is creating an efficient and cost-effective 21st century supply chain that provides life-saving medicines to millions of people around the globe. Photo credit: Lan Andrian.