Those living with advanced HIV start ARV therapy, they must stay on treatment
to maintain their health and avoid developing drug resistance. After such
dramatic progress in scaleup, HIV/AIDS programs now face the challenge and
responsibility of a long-term commitment to maintaining those four million
people on treatment.
In this issue of Supply Lines we look at various ways that SCMS is working to
help build sustainable solutions for public health supply chains in the
countries where we work. To succeed for the long-term, strengthened supply
chains will rely on having a skilled work force in each country where we work.
Rather than focus on our efforts to build infrastructure, we report in this
issue on multiple ways that we are working to create a cadre of supply chain
professionals who will forecast the need for commodities, purchase medicines and
supplies, manage logistics and operate the warehouses and distribution systems
for years to come...