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action-contre-la-faimAction Contra la Faim (ACF): PSA led a two-day training course on developing and implementing supply chain strategy for Action Contra la Faim (ACF) USA, in Normandy, France.

Bill-&-Melinda-Gates-Foundation-Logo.svgBill & Melinda Gates Foundation: Supporting a supply chain improvement project initiated by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the Ministry of Health, Kaduna State, Nigeria.

CaLPCash Learning Partnership (CaLP): PSA developed the Modular Framework for structuring a modular approach to cash transfer programme (CTP) training based upon desired learning outcomes, which are the foundation for a successful adult learning.


The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT): PSA developed supply chain modules for humanitarian logistics e-learning for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).

GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance: PSA supported GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, people and practice priority working group by carrying out research to gather evidence to support strategy formation, decision-making, and work plan development.

Humanitarian Logistics Association (HLA): PSA developed and delivered a five-day course for middle and senior level humanitarian logisticians, in conjunction with Bioforce Institute. The training course was commissioned by the HLA and endorsed by CILT. The training was sponsored by AidEx 2014, an exhibition and conference dedicated to the supply of essential equipment and services for long-term humanitarian development aid and disaster relief.

ISISIsis Innovation (University of Oxford) in a joint venture with Dytecna: PSA continues to provide supply chain advice in relation to a humanitarian aid solar power project for Isis Innovation (University of Oxford) in a joint venture with Dytecna.

Médecins Sans Frontières‎ (MSF) Holland: PSA provided business process mapping and re-engineering and change management for MSF Holland.

Mines Advisory GroupPSA undertook a full review of the Mines Advisory Group global supply chain from headquarters to field offices in Africa and Asia in collaboration with Qualé.

National Medical Supplies Fund (NMSF),NMSF Sudan: PSA led a week-long leadership and management training course for 11 directors from Sudan’s Ministry of Health (MoH), in Dubai, UAE. PSA focused on key topics (leading strategy, leading change, and leading and developing others) for their supply chain directors who operate in difficult situations where resources are scarce.

United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA): PSA analysed and reviewed the freight and logistics setup of the UNFPA Procurement Services Branch in Copenhagen, Denmark, and proposed solutions to ensure improvement. PSA conducted an evaluation of UNFPA’s Global Programme to Enhance Reproductive Health Commodity Security (GPRHCS) procurement capacity-building effort and strategy development.

UNICEF: PSA conducted a landscape analysis for UNICEF to assess Supply Chain Leadership/Management and HR organisation of the immunisation supply chain in a select number of GAVI eligible countries.

UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS): PSA lUNMISSed a week-long supply chain management course in Juba, South Sudan, for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). This was conducted in partnership with The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) .

USAIDUnited States Agency for International Development (USAID): PSA was part of a team contracted by USAID to identify a theory of change for strengthening commodity logistics systems, with a focus on a human resources development strategy as implemented by the DELIVER Project over many years.

worldvision.brandmasterWorld Vision International (WVI): PSA led a two-day training course on logistics and supply chain management focussing on cross-boarder operations, for World Vision International’s (WVI’s) Syria Crisis Response Team, in Gaziantep, Turkey.