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Health innovations do not miraculously reach people in need

By Dr. Tim France On 18 Feb 2016 Read 2253

The Access and Delivery Partnership (ADP) is a Government of Japan-supported collaboration between UNDP, WHO/TDR and PATH. It supports low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)...

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The ADP provides crucial support in strengthening Ghana’s National Medicines Policy

By Belynda Amankwa On 15 Dec 2015 Read 3328

In light of recent public health reforms aimed at achieving universal health coverage (UHC) in Ghana, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has embarked on the process of revising the secon...

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Strengthening the use of Competition Law to Promote Access to Health Technologies in LMICs

By Les Ong On 04 Dec 2015 Read 2456

Promoting competition within the pharmaceutical market has proven to be an effective strategy in reducing the price and increasing the availability of essential medicines. The intr...

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Strengthening pharmacovigilance in Indonesia

By Dr. Christine Halleux On 26 Oct 2015 Read 3697

Access to new drugs in low-and middle-income countries has been made easier through various public health initiatives. Many of these treatments have the potential to save and impro...

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Ethiopia launches landmark national pharmaceutical manufacturing strategy

By Farzana Nawaz On 27 Aug 2015 Read 3849

On July 14 th , during the third Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, the Government of Ethiopia launched its “ National strategy and plan of action for pharmaceu...

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