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Capacity strengthening of legal and regulatory experts

By NEPAD On 14 May 2019 Read 138

Johannesburg, May 3, 2019   The  African Union Development Agency-NEPAD   African Medicines Regulatory Harmonisation  strategic plan (2018-2023) has set a target to have 25 countries domesticate the African Union Model Law by 2020. Developed in response to prevailing gaps in nati...

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Regulating drug prices matters – Committed to UHC while strained by NCDs

By Hector Castro On 26 Mar 2019 Read 349

“Imagine if an epidemic threatened to kill 41 million people every year. It’s already happening. This year. Last year. Next year, too. Non-communicable diseases are the world’s biggest killers…” this tweet from Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (Director General of the WHO) i...

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TDR’s role in the Access and Delivery Partnership: maximizing the impact of health innovations

By TDR On 21 Feb 2019 Read 466

In late January 2019, the Access and Delivery Partnership (ADP), the Government of Japan, and the Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) Fund convened stakeholders in Bangkok, Thailand, for a global dialogue on “ Uniting efforts for innovation, access and delivery. ” Here we introduc...

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Investing in Indonesian HTA champions: HITAP intensifies its efforts

By Sven Engels, HITAP On 14 Feb 2019 Read 562

Cover photo: Prof. Sastroasmoro, Chair of the HTAC, presenting at the symposium Indonesia established the HTA Committee (HTAC) for deciding the benefits package of the JKN , Indonesia’s universal health coverage (UHC) scheme, and since 2014 HITAP has worked closely with the HTAC to support the...

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UNDP and partners launch new initiative for unmet health needs

By Government of Japan, GHIT, ADP On 30 Jan 2019 Read 993

Partners launch new initiative to unite efforts across innovation, access and delivery of health technologies for unmet health needs. BANGKOK, 30 January 2019 – Recognizing the urgency of developing new lifesaving treatments for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), malaria and tuberculosis and ...

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