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A unique partnership to combat TB, malaria and NTDs by improving access to and delivery of new heath technologies

The Access and Delivery Partnership is a collaboration between UNDP, TDR and PATH that seeks to improve access and delivery of new health technologies in low- and middle-income countries by working with national stakeholders to build decision-making capacities in a range of areas such as legal and policy coherence, implementation research and safety monitoring, sustainable financing and commercialization of new health technologies, and supply chain and delivery system. The ADP is supported by the Government of Japan. Read more

Integrated and multi-pronged approach to facilitate introduction of new health technologies in national health systems

The ADP leverages the technical expertise of project partners, UNDP, TDR and PATH, to provide support in building country capacity to access and deliver new health technologies. To help improve decision-making processes on new health technologies at the national level, the ADP works on six interlinked pathways that include strengthening policy and legal environments, identifying country-specific health system needs, monitoring safety of new health technologies, resource allocation and supply chain management. Read more


Third ADP Advisory Group Meeting, 5-6 June 2014

The first in-person meeting (third meeting overall) of the ADP Advisory Group was held on 5-6 June 2014, in New York; and was chaired by Clifton Cortez, Deputy Director of the HIV, Health and Development Group, UNDP. The meeting aimed to provide the Advisory Group a clear understanding of the context, scope and approach of the ADP; as well as an update on the implementation progress of the first phase of the ADP in each of the focus countries.

ADP project partners were also able to obtain technical advice and overarching strategic guidance from the Advisory Group on identification and implementation of appropriate capacity building initiatives, through working closely with national stakeholders; as well as the facilitation of multi-sectoral coordination, policy coherence and South-South cooperation and learning. ADP was also encouraged by the Advisory Group to link with broader initiatives and strategic partnership at the country and global levels to increase project impact, scale and outreach.

Lastly, the meeting was an opportunity for identify and discuss the function and responsibilities of the Advisory Group, and agree on the most effective way for the Advisory Group to exercise its role and its level of engagement with ADP partners.

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