The Access and Delivery Partnership works towards strengthening capacities in low-and middle-income countries to improve access to and delivery of new health technologies, by developing and disseminating best practices on decision-making across multiple sectors with approaches that are sustainable, rational and evidence-based.
"ADP takes a systemic approach to improve the decision-making capacity of countries to choose, develop and deliver health technologies that are suited to that particular country’s context. This approach is very much in line with the holistic approach taken by the AU Commission."
Dr.Marie-Goretti Harakeye Head of Division, Social Affairs Department, African Union Commission, April 2015
"The ultimate results of [ADP-supported capacity-building] effort shall be a strong and integrated health system and also increased access to and efficient delivery of new technologies for health."
Dr Mwelecele N Malecela Director General, National Institute for Medical Research, March 2015
"The objectives and proposed activities of the ADP are consistent with the approaches that we have taken in addressing TB, malaria and NTDs. I am confident that the work of the Partnership will make an important contribution to the efforts of the government."
Prof. Agus Purwadianto Former Senior Adviser to the Minister of Health Indonesia, Government of Indonesia, February 2014
"The support the Ghana National Drug Programme has received from the ADP in reviewing the [new] National Medicines Policy has been very valuable and timely. This policy is set to change the face of the pharmaceutical sector of Ghana"
Edith Gavor Programme Manager, Ghana National Drugs Programme, Ministry of Health, November 2015
"What the ADP seeks to do is to develop national capacities to address the range of issues along the value chain of access and delivery – from raising awareness of the need for an enabling policy and legal environment, to developing capacity for decision-making on resource allocation for procurement of health technologies, for assessing the needs and capacity of the domestic industry to meet the national demand, as well as the need for an efficient supply and delivery chain."
Marie-Goretti Harakeye Ndayisaba Head of Division, Social Affairs Department, African Union Commission
"Better understanding of the implications of inter-related and inter-linked issues, coupled with better communications and coordination between the government agencies and stakeholders will be crucial in developing a conducive framework for ensuring sustainable, affordable access to health technologies."
Lebogang Motlana Director, UNDP Regional Service Centre for Africa