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Leveraging South-South exchange for strong, resilient health systems

By Lydia Gronemeier and Ian Mungall On 22 Feb 2019 Read 1467

Cover photo: A health worker administers a vaccine in Indonesia. The Access and Delivery Partnership promotes knowledge exchange between countries to build strong and resilient hea...

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ADP scaling up efforts to end TB, malaria and neglected tropical diseases

By ADP On 24 Jan 2019 Read 2015

Cover photo: Health workers from a local community health centre promote vaccines to residents in Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo: Fauzan Ijazah/UNDP. Despite marked improvements in glob...

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Defeating drug-resistant TB in Indonesia: a human face

By Ministry of Health Indonesia & UNDP On 28 Nov 2018 Read 2533

Cover photo: Despite significant progress, TB continues to claim more lives than any other infectious disease worldwide — over 4,500 a day. The emergence of drug-resistan...

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Paving the way for access to medicines in Ghana

By Belynda Amankwa & Himani Bhatnagar On 22 Jun 2018 Read 1899

The Access and Delivery Partnership (ADP) supports countries and institutions in building capacity for the timely introduction and scale-up of new health technologies. ADP has been...

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Unified action needed to ensure the world is safe from emerging infectious diseases

By UNDP On 05 Feb 2018 Read 2156

Emerging infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance threaten global health security and economic and social well-being. Enhancing partnerships across sectors, building strong...

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