Reliable supply of essential commodities can prevent disruption of public health programs in developing countries. PFSCM aims to ensure availability of essential products to programs and to strengthen national and regional supply chains to become sustainable mechanisms for delivering products.
PFSCM has been in operation since 2005. Our groundbreaking work has already created new approaches for supplying commodities to developing countries, helped transform national and regional warehousing and distribution systems and fostered new partnerships to ensure long-term sustainability. We currently support more than 1 million people on treatment through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
PFSCM currently manages two large projects that strive to reduce the worldwide impact of HIV and AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
We support our clients with quantification, forecasting and supply planning; ordering and supply of products; warehousing and secure distribution; provision of technical assistance; and partnering to improve supply chain efficiencies.
We aim to provide the best value for our services by reducing the cost of commodities and shipping and by helping introduce the most cost-effective, state-of-the art strategies for supply chain management.
The Partnership for Supply Chain management was a winner of two prestigious awards - 2010 Supply Chain Innovation Award and Best Value Supply Chain Provider Award - for our groundbreaking work on SCMS to provide a safe, reliable supply of HIV/AIDS commodities to countries most in need.
SCMS's case story, "Saving Lives Through Stronger Supply Chains", was selected as one of top five winners of the Procurement for Complex Situations Challenge. The Challenge aims at collecting and disseminating practical experiences with lessons of failure or success from designing and implementing procurement in complex situations.
CURRENT RFP EOI UG201402-01: Uganda Suppliers of Medical and Laboratory Products
SCMS seeks to identify and understand the capabilities of suppliers having a principal place of business in Burundi. Suppliers should be able to purchase, store, deliver, and, if applicable, service medical and laboratory consumables and equipment.
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