PFSCM cannot achieve its mission alone. We collaborate with a wide network of local and global players to keep up to date with changing approaches and innovations in healthcare. We share our market knowledge, supply chain expertise, best practices, and lessons learned to increase the impact of health interventions, and reach more people.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria – POOLED PROCUREMENT MECHANISM (PPM)
In 2009 and again in 2013, PFSCM was a contract awardee of the Pooled Procurement Mechanism (previously known as VPP) program of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. PFSCM is a procurement services agent for PPM, procuring and delivering core products for HIV/AIDS and malaria programs. PFSCM issues quotations, facilitates purchase orders, and ensures on-time delivery.
PFSCM is a procurement services agent for the Malaria Consortium. PFSCM procures a wide range of pharma and non-pharma products for the Malaria Consortium. Most recently, deliveries of artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) products, non-ACT antimalarial drugs, laboratory equipment, essential medicines and vehicles were made to Nigeria, Uganda and South Sudan.
El Consejo Nacional para el VIH y el Sida (CONAVIHSIDA)
PFSCM procures and distributes HIV treatment commodities for CONAVIHSIDA, which is a government organization for procurement of HIV medicines and related products established by the Ministry of Health of the Dominican Republic.
Since PFSCM started partnering with CONAVIHSIDA in 2010, we have made more than 939 shipments of lifesaving commodities to the Dominican Republic, saving CONAVIHSIDA over $1 million on commodities on yearly basis.
Janssen New Horizons program
PFSCM administers the forecasting, order and shipment process to individual recipient program countries and collaborates with Imperial Health Sciences to assure timely and secure delivery of Janssen’s contribution to recipient countries, thereby improving access to pediatric HIV medicines for children experiencing HIV treatment failure.
The New Horizons: Advancing Pediatric HIV collaborative, was formed by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson in 2014, with expert input from many stakeholders involved in pediatric HIV care, treatment and prevention. The collaborative aims to address the need for lifesaving third-line antiretroviral drugs in sub-Saharan Africa and least-developed countries and to strengthen the public health approach to care and treatment for adolescents and children living with HIV.
Determined, Resilient Empowered, AIDS-Free, Mentored, and Safe Women (DREAMS)
Gilead Sciences Inc. granted PFSCM more than $6 million for the procurement of Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) drugs to be used on behalf of the DREAMS partnership in several sub-Saharan African countries. Since 2016, PFSCM has been using its expertise and influence to serve the project which is aimed at reducing HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in sub-Saharan African countries.
PFSCM plays a key ongoing role in this program through the procurement and distribution of high-quality, yet affordable medicines that aid in the effort to prevent new HIV infections in the hardest hit countries. Close cooperation with PFSCM’s preferred freight forwarders, well-established relationships with donors and principal recipients as well as an authentic drive to make a difference, contribute to the continuous success of PFSCM in its role as a DREAMS procurement agent.
Ministry of Health of Malawi
PFSCM works closely with the Malawi Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve the pharmaceutical storage infrastructure in the country. Projects mainly include the supply, delivery, commissioning and installation of pharma-compliant Storage-in-a-Box (SiB) facilities. PFSCM has completed two large SiB projects for the MoH. Between 2016 and 2017, PFSCM in collaboration with Resolve Solutions Partners, installed 210 storage units throughout Malawi.
PFSCM was also recently awarded a contract to install various combinations of solar power solutions at 85 health facilities in Malawi. This initiative will improve the quality of service and safety at health facilities and will relieve pressure off the already overloaded national power grid.
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