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Participation at the HTA Workshop in Manila, Philippines (7-9 Jan 2020)

By Thiane Diaw Gueye, Tiguidanke Gassama Deme and Babacar Sow On 29 Jun 2020 Read 164

ADP, in collaboration with HITAP and the National University of Singapore, supported the participation of three technical personnel for this event from the Senegal National Agency of Universal Health Financial Protection and Ministry of Health and Social Actions. We are very honored to have particip...

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Vaccinology for Clinical and Public Health Practice: Policy Symposium and Workshop: From participants perspective

By HITAP On 29 Jun 2020 Read 158

To address the challenges associated with the introduction of new vaccines, ADP partnered with the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute and the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research in India, along with HITAP, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical M...

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Opinion: Global solidarity key to tackling superbugs

By Bruno Bruins, Haoliang Xu On 09 Jun 2020 Read 219

As millions across the world take to the streets to demand concrete action on the climate emergency, growing drug-resistant infections that could cost 10 million lives and   reduce global gross domestic product by up to 3.8% every year demand a similar international solidarity and action. Antim...

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Training workshop on implementation research for effective access to and delivery of health technologies

By TDR On 09 Oct 2019 Read 1758

TDR invites applications from research teams in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to participate in a 5-day consultative workshop on implementation research for effective access and delivery of health technologies. The workshop is organized under the auspices of the Access and Delivery Partne...

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Partnerships and innovative initiatives central to accelerating UHC in Africa

By Keizo Takemi and Achim Steiner On 04 Sep 2019 Read 1116

Five years ago, an Ebola outbreak ripped through West Africa, killing over 11,000 people. During the 2014 outbreak, no effective vaccines or treatments were available while the international community’s response was often perceived as too reactive. In 2018, Ebola struck again in the Democratic...

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