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News: GHSC-PSM’s Latest Report Shows Strong and Steady On-time Delivery Rates, Expansion of In-country Presence to 33 Field Offices

September 19, 2018
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The most recent quarterly report of the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program- Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project, implemented by a Chemonics-led consortium, shows the project achieving strong and steady on-time delivery of lifesaving health commodities, expanding its in-country presence to 33 field offices, and meeting global health objectives through its support for a new first-line antiretroviral drug (ARV) regimen.

3 Questions with Kesaobaka Dikgole: Delivering Differently for HIV Clients in Botswana

Kesaobaka Dikgole
August 21, 2018
4 Minute Read
With high caseloads and a limited number of healthcare staff, countries like Botswana need innovative ways to bring HIV care services closer to where people live and work. Kesaobaka Dikgole discusses the role of differentiated care models in strengthening the health system.

Differentiated Service Delivery: A Key Approach for Key Populations

Erin Owens
July 24, 2018
3 Minute Read
How can the global health community better reach marginalized HIV-positive populations? A different approach to service delivery and care could help achieve epidemic control around the world.

News: Delving into Social and Behavior Change at the #SBCCSummit

April 13, 2018
2 Minute Read
At the 2018 Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit, practitioners explore the role of SBCC programming in pushing forward the 2030 sustainable development agenda.
A patient speaks with a health worker

3 Questions with Kartlos Kankadze: Lessons to Combat Two Epidemics at Once

Dr. Kartlos Kankadze
April 6, 2018
3 Minute Read
One-fourth of the world's population is infected with tuberculosis (TB) and it is the leading killer of people with HIV. For World Health Day, Kartlos Kankadze shares best practices for combating TB and HIV co-infection.

The Importance of Their Stories: Women and HIV

James Legerme
January 25, 2018
4 Minute Read
Women worldwide are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS, yet stigma and fear often prevent their stories from being told. James Legerme shares the stories of two women who bravely and courageously shared their experiences living with HIV.

The Lack of HIV Programming in Refugee Camps is a Ticking Time Bomb

Ryan Triche
January 19, 2018
4 Minute Read
Migrant populations are fluid, difficult to identify, and are often left out of national HIV/AIDS prevention programming. What can development programs do to prevent an increase in HIV transmission among these groups?
Small boxes displayed on a table, on which are written, "I know my HIV status. Do you know yours?"

4 Trends to Watch in 2018 for HIV/AIDS Supply Chains

Jay Heavner
January 16, 2018
4 Minute Read
What new developments can health and supply chain practitioners expect in 2018? Jay Heavner makes a few predictions.
A patient receiving an HIV test

3 Questions with René Berger: Optimizing the Role of Community-Based Workers in HIV Service Delivery

René Berger
December 13, 2017
3 Minute Read
Are community-based workers a key piece of the puzzle to reach viral suppression? Expert René Berger discusses new models and assessments for understanding the role of the community in HIV/AIDS treatment.