Cote D'Ivoire

In Cote d’Ivoire, the Leadership, Management and Governance (LMG) Project is strengthening the capacity of the Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCM) to better execute its functions in compliance with the standards and regulations of the Global Fund. LMG is improving CCM governance and its operational processes to ensure a transparent, streamlined, and sustainable implementation of activities. LMG is also building the leadership and management capacity of the CCM to monitor and evaluate grant performance, harmonize activities with other key stakeholders, mobilize additional resources, and implement, monitor, and evaluate programs.

The Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) provides a reliable, cost-effective, and secure supply of products for HIV/AIDS programs in PEPFAR-supported countries including Cote d’Ivoire. SCMS works closely with the Ivorian Ministry of Health to maintain a global supply chain that ensures reliable supply of quality HIV/AIDS medicines for people living with HIV/AIDS. The project supports the central pharmacy (PSP) in procuring, importing, storing, and distributing, all PEPFAR-supported commodities for HIV/AIDS programs. SCMS has worked to develop and implement a system that provides timely information about inventory and consumption of commodities at PSP districts and sites. The project is led by the Partnership for Supply Chain Management, a nonprofit organization established by the JSI Research & Training Institute and MSH.

Our Projects

Project Name Health Systems Health Areas Date
African Strategies for Health
Leadership, Management & Governance, Financing Health Services Malaria, Tuberculosis, Women, Children, and Adolescents' Health, HIV & AIDS 2011 - 2016
Leadership, Management and Governance Project
Leadership, Management & Governance HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis 2012 - 2017
Supply Chain Management System
Pharmaceutical Management HIV & AIDS 2006 - 2016
The Health Communication Collaborative
Leadership, Management & Governance HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis, Women, Children, and Adolescents' Health, Malaria September 26, 2012 - July 31, 2017

Country Team

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