We believe that achieving a generation free from HIV/AIDS is within reach. To do this, we work with stakeholders at all levels – from national governments to communities – so they can lead, introduce, enhance, and institutionalize evidence-based approaches and tools to improve HIV services and health systems in their contexts.
HIV and AIDS.
Cutting-edge Technologies in Global Health Supply Chains
To improve access to high-quality health products worldwide, the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management project employs cutting-edge technologies and industry best practices to make global health supply chains more efficient and reach more people.
Catalyzing Behavioral Change
High-impact communications campaigns transformed awareness and prevention of health challenges in Zambian communities.
Delivering Family Health Services in Rwanda
Rwanda made great strides in improving its previously faltering health care system, but family health services still had a long way to go.
News: GHSC-PSM’s Latest Report Shows Strong and Steady On-time Delivery Rates, Expansion of In-country Presence to 33 Field Offices
The USAID GHSC-PSM project recently published a report highlighting the project’s achievements in the third quarter of FY2018 (April 1 to June 30, 2018). GHSC-PSM remains committed to operating a global supply chain that is focused on a safe, reliable, and continuous supply of life-saving health commodities to those who need them most. On the…
3 Questions with Kesaobaka Dikgole: Delivering Differently for HIV Clients in Botswana
This post originally appeared on the Human Resources for Health in 2030 blog. Kesaobaka Dikgole is a senior quality improvement advisor with HRH2030 in Botswana while also serving as a country representative for the University Research Co. (URC). She oversees the technical team to design, test, and evaluate care innovations to improve patient-centered HIV care…
Differentiated Service Delivery: A Key Approach for Key Populations
Although the global health community is making great strides towards controlling the HIV/AIDS epidemic, marginalized populations are often left behind. Regions such as Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and North Africa and the Middle East, are less commonly discussed in the HIV/AIDS context, yet face growing epidemics. Members of key populations within those regions, including gay…