Inspiring supply chain innovation for international development

  • Streamline stock velocity
  • Initiate resource mobilization
  • Manage production scheduling
  • Reduce stockouts and expiries
  • Best value and best quality products
  • Savings through pooled procurement
  • International best practices
  • Navigate regulatory environment
  • On-time and in-full deliveries
  • Cost-effective transport
  • Custom and waiver clearance
  • Safe, reliable shipments
  • Modular pharma-compliant storage
  • Fast, affordable remote installations
  • Improved in-country infrastructure
  • Professional, durable construction
  • Tailored, accurate, real-time information
  • End-to-end visibility and tracking
  • Data-driven decisions
  • Improved chain of custody
  • Safe, effective, fit-for-use products
  • Prequalification of vendors
  • ISO 9001:2015 QMS certification
  • Sampling and quality testing system

PFSCM strengthens public health supply chains, ensuring lifesaving commodities are accessible and available to communities in hard-to-reach places. We help donors, governments, non-profit organizations, and humanitarian agencies achieve their public health goals through cost-saving procurement, efficient logistics, pharmaceutical-grade storage, and real-time data tracking. PFSCM demonstrates its commitment to customer satisfaction and service excellence through our ISO 9001:2015 certified Quality Management System, which underpins all of our processes, systems, and services.

By The Numbers

In 2019


of deliveries were made on time and in full (OTIF)

More Than



in lifesaving commodities delivered in 2019

More than



in freight savings achieved in 2019

More Than


shipments of lifesaving commodities delivered

More than


low- and middle-income countries served in 2019

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@WorldEd @BantwanaOVC We also showed The Lazarus Effect, a 2010 documentary set in Zambia which follows several people living with HIV who undergo a remarkable transformation to health, when they gain access to the 2 lifesaving pills that cost around 40 cents a day. #WorldAIDSDay2019

#WorldAIDSDay2019 is continuing at JSI with a film screening of Restoring Hope: Building Healthy Futures for Children Living with HIV in Uganda, which showcases the work of @WorldEd @BantwanaOVC . Check out the film here:

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