The Indo-Pacific Health & Supply Chain Data & Technical Assistance Centre (DTAC) supports member countries in setting, meeting and surpassing minimum regional standards in essential medicines access, health supply chains and digital health systems.
DTAC is overseen and staffed by the leading supply chain and digital health system experts in the Pacific region. Working in close collaboration with partner countries, DTAC provides a defined set of activities and services focused on supply chain, essential medicines and related health systems across the Pacific region. DTAC also aims to set relevant regional performance indicators and assist countries in meeting and surpassing those standards.
DTAC is a donor-funded facility of the mSupply Foundation and services are free for member countries (Samoa, Cook Islands, Niue, Tonga, Tokelau and Tuvalu).