About Us

PFSCM is a procurement agent and 4PL services provider serving donors and governments. We specialize in health products for COVID-19, HIV, malaria, TB and more. More than 90% of our volumes are destined for Africa.

We offer complete sourcing-, supply chain, and 4PL solutions including: vendor prequalification and audits, dossier reviews, product sampling and quality testing, forecasting, demand planning, last-mile logistics, real-time shipment tracking, and storage and warehousing.


We are a subsidiary of one of the leading international health consultancy organizations in the US — JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI).


Our head office is in Washington D.C, and the operational office is in the Netherlands. JSI has 8 offices in the US, and 42 others around the world.


We are committed to creating an inclusive, diverse workplace, welcoming people of all backgrounds. Our staff represents over 35 different nationalities.

Our History

PFSCM is a nonprofit organization that was established in 2005 to implement one of the world’s largest public health supply chains, the Supply Chain Management System Project (SCMS); a project of the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

PFSCM managed this program for over a decade, and delivered more than $2.8 billion in health care products to 66 PEPFAR-supported countries, and managed the procurement and distribution of over 18 500 deliveries.

In 2009 2013 and 2019, PFSCM was selected as a PSA for the The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria’s Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM). 

PFSCM is currently contracted as PSA for:

  • Rapid Diagnostic Tests for HIV and Malaria programs,
  • Viral Load and Early Infant Diagnostics, Other Diagnostics for HIV, TB and
  • Malaria programs, and Laboratory and Medical Supplies,
  • and Medical Equipment and Devices.

Traditionally, PFSCM worked with large donors and the countries supported by those donors, but in 2010 we opened our services to Ministries of Health, countries with domestic funded public health programs, other non-government organizations (NGOs), and privately operated health initiatives and programs.

Today, we support a number of organizations and countries with direct and/or once-off procurement services, as well as technical assistance and in-country logistics services. Our client base stretches from Latin America across Africa and Eastern Europe to Central Asia, and we have experience in more than 104 countries worldwide. Our core expertise lies in developing solutions for the African continent.  More than 90% of products we buy are destined for sub-Saharan Africa.

Across all clients and products, in the last ten years*, we managed the procurement of more than $6.6 billion worth of health products for 122
countries; and delivered 38,110 shipments.

*Jan 1, 2012 to December 31, 2022

Our approach


Quality and Value


Quality and Value

We provide quality, best-value products and supply chain services: plan, source, move, track, store, quality.


Data-driven Solutions


Data-driven Solutions

We deploy innovative, data-driven solutions and technologies to enhance supply chain agility and resilience.





We transform local and regional health supply chains to promote sustainable access to quality health products.

Our Parent Company

PFSCM was established in 2005 by one of the leading international health consultancy organizations in the US — JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI). PFSCM brings multi-sectoral non-profit and commercial expertise to strengthen national supply chains and to ensure reliable availability of essential products to programs in developing countries.

Since its founding in 1979, JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) has implemented projects in more than 104 countries, assisting developing country governments, donor agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and private companies in strengthening health systems. JSI’s mission is to improve the health of underserved people and communities and to provide a place where people of passion and commitment can pursue this cause.

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