Commitment to Action

Medical Supply Chain Transformation Project

Commitment by

The Coca-Cola Company

In 2010, the Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) committed to share its route-to-market expertise to support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (The Global Fund)'s ability to get vital drugs, medicines, and medical supplies to the people who need them most. It will do this initially through a pilot project wherein 10 months of direct support will be provided to the Medical Stores Department in Tanzania. There is potential for additional phases of work. The objective will be to test this innovation in public private partnering to build a model that encourages others to add their expertise. The company hopes to create a scalable, sustainable and replicable model that can be rolled out to other countries facing similar challenges related to the supply chains of critical medicines. It is envisaged that partnerships with multiple organizations from the public sector, private sector and civil society could be encouraged in future replications of this work.

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Commitment

Medical Supply Chain Transformation Project

Launched

2010

Est. Duration

1 year

Estimated Total Value

$400,000

Region

Africa

Countries

Tanzania

Commitment by

The Coca-Cola Company

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

The Global Fund To Fight Aids, Tuberculosis And Malaria, Accenture LLP, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation