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Interagency Supply Chain Group

Our mission

The Interagency Supply Chain Group is committed to help achieve better health outcomes in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) by activating the value of collaboration and better coordination amongst the Global Health procurement and supply chain management (PSM) community, enabling more effective design and implementation of PSM systems.

Our vision

The ISG drives towards a future vision of Global Health PSM where effective and efficient procurement and supply chain management systems play a pivotal and respected role, supporting equitable access to comprehensive health products and services in global health delivery.

Our values

A set of core values guides our work in line with our purpose and mission:

  • Accountability: Ensure stakeholder commitment and promote a culture of improvement.
  • Collaboration: Emphasis on collaboration to maximizing PSM impact.
  • Equity: Considering intersectional implications for healthcare access.
  • Integrity: Upholding ethical standards and transparency.

Our story

The Interagency Supply Chain Group (ISG) was established in 2014 to coordinate global health supply chain management programs, strengthening efforts across donors and UN agencies.

After successfully working on initiatives between 2014 and 2019, activity paused in the wake of the global COVID 19 Pandemic. In 2023, the ISG relaunched with a fresh vision, expanding its focus to serve the broader global health PSM community, in addition to donors and UN agencies.

Now, the ISG aims to unite global health PSM players under inclusive cross-disease initiatives focused on strengthening global health PSM systems.

Learn more about the ISG

Download our brochure to learn more about the ISG.

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Steering Committee Members

Contact us

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.