Global Health Supply Chain NextGen Comprehensive Technical Assistance

Global Health Supply Chain NextGen Comprehensive Technical Assistance

Overview

Management Sciences for Health (MSH) is one of five large organizations designated by USAID as winners of the Global Health Supply Chain NextGen Comprehensive Technical Assistance contract. This indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract award means that MSH and the other organizations will partner with USAID to provide countries with technical assistance on their health supply chain needs for the next 10 years.

Under this contract, MSH and its consortium partners (many based in Africa and Asia and all active in health, development, and/or supply chain work in low- and middle-income countries) can work with countries to develop the capacity of local systems, networks, institutions, and individuals to sustainably manage supply chains and strengthen local pharmaceutical systems. MSH can also advise governments as they shift from providing supply chain and pharmaceutical services themselves to overseeing private-sector innovations and efficiencies.

Fact Sheet: NextGen Comprehensive Technical Assistance for Health Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Management IDIQ

The MSH Consortium brings together dynamic organizations and leaders from the global and local supply chain and pharmaceutical fields, ready to create meaningful collaborations with the public and private sectors, government entities, community groups, and civil society. Through this partnership, we aim to enhance the efficiency and reliability of health care delivery, ensuring that communities worldwide have access to the essential medicines and health products they need.

Management Sciences for Health Selected by USAID to Support Global Health Supply Chains

MSH is one of five organizations that will partner with USAID to provide countries with supply chain technical assistance over the next 10 years.