For people with HIV/AIDS in developing countries, cost-effective, reliable, secure and sustainable supply chains can save millions of lives. For more than six years, the Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) has been saving lives through stronger supply chains.
News Archive: Access a growing collection of SCMS in the news across the globe.
DELIVER and SCMS Collaborate on the Last Mile Blog
On Wednesdays, you can now check out SCMS photos on the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT photo blog. Here
you will find photos from the field documenting the work of both
projects to ensure commodities are delivered to clients on-time and
when needed. Check out the blog
Tools You Can Use!
The National Supply Chain Assessment is a comprehensive tool kit
that assesses the capability and performance at all levels of a health
supply chain. The results of the assessment help supply chain managers
and implementing partners develop their strategic and operational plans
and monitor whether activities are achieving their expected outcomes. Access Tool Kit.
Community Center: Access an array of supply chain resources, including links to tools, In Briefs, guidelines and reports.
SCMS is searching for subcontractor with experience to carry out the work described in the request and has experience working on similar disposal projects. The subcontractor is required to provide sound technical support in helping to develop a holistic approach for safe handling and management of pharmaceutical waste. The project will include the administration (tracking and traceability), identification, segregation, packaging and temporary storage of pharmaceutical waste. The subcontractor must have access to already tried and tested tools relevant to this scope of work. The subcontractor is required to have previous experience working in a developing country with limited resources.