Interagency Supply Chain Group A global collaboration forum to support country level health supply chain improvement efforts.

Our mission

The Interagency Supply Chain Group is committed to improving coordination to identify areas of convergence, optimise synergies across programmes and focus efforts on identifying a critical path for aligning supply-chain strengthening efforts. All this will help to better leveraging investments and have a meaningful impact on country systems in the face of future demands.
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Our story

The Interagency Supply Chain Group (ISG) was established in 2014 to provide better coordinated and more effective support to country efforts in ensuring sustainable access to high quality essential health commodities. The group comprises 16 global agencies actively involved in supporting supply chain efforts across all disease areas: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, FCDO, Global Affairs Canada, the Global Drug Facility, Global Financing Facility, KfW, the Global Fund, Gavi, NORAD, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, USAID, World Bank, the World Food Programme and the World Health Organisation.

The ISG meets biannually to address priority issues and technical working groups are established for specific focus areas. These provide opportunities to strengthen collaboration at the country level and leverage institutional support around key technical issues.

Over the past two years, the ISG has developed a joint vision statement and agreed to focus on in-country supply chain as a priority.

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Members

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Please contact us for any collaboration or knowledge sharing opportunities.

We would particularly like to hear from government entities, academic institutions, implementing partners and community organisations looking to collaborate with donors.