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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 17
: Everyone gets sick. Only some can access medicines. Even fewer can access medicines that work. Supporting the human right to health means investing in .
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Raffaella Ravinetto Jan 17
focus on to can contribute to , by fighting  & ; enhancing capacity to assure throughout chain; improving access to diagnosis/treatment for .
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 16
Congratulations to the entire malaria community for hitting the 2Bth bed net distribution milestone! 🎉 We need critical interventions like these – along with access to safe, quality medicines – to for good. 🦟
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Tropical Medicine Ox Jan 10
Art exhibition “What’s in your medicines?” aims to stimulate discussion about and (fake) medicines. 26-28 Jan 2020.
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Biodun Awosusi Jan 14
Access to medicines, vaccines and other health technologies is central to achieving universal health coverage across Africa. In my latest piece on , I explore three opportunities to increase access.
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 15
Tackling poor-quality medicines is everyone's business. That's why we're excited leaders from 6 African countries will join this week to sign the – an important step toward stopping the spread of in the region. 👏 |
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UHC2030 Jan 12
People should be able to access a full spectrum of safe, quality services & products in their community, delivered by well-trained, well-paid, culturally & gender-sensitive health workers.
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 14
New article on quality meds + in – co-authored by coalition member Fidelis Nyaah – highlights the availability + affordability challenges to get into the hands of patients in Cameroon 🇨🇲 & the DRC 🇨🇩.
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 13
We couldn't agree more: increasing access to safe, quality meds by ending the spread of SF medicines must be a top priority to achieve our by 2030. See 's "Urgent health challenges for the next decade" for more.
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 10
Great to see a strong commitment from Nigeria's National Malaria Elimination Programme to build local level capacity to produce life-saving malaria meds. We can through . 🦟
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 9
Poor-quality medicines have devastating consequences across the world. Learn more about Bilhar's story in this video & article. ➡️
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 3
Bringing back one of the best articles of 2019 on the drug quality control system in the US. Poor-quality "go beyond the visible lapses" threatening the health & lives of millions. Thanks for this important story that continues to resonate:
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 2
Without new therapies, the says the global death toll from drug-resistant infections could reach 10 million by 2050. But there's a solution: more incentives to develop new, high-quality medicines. Read more here via
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Medicines We Can Trust Jan 2
New year, same goal: demanding access to safe, quality for everyone, everywhere. Will you join us?
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 31
Social innovation is increasingly used to solve complex health problems – like stopping the spread of poor-quality medicines. Interested in applying this type of problem-solving to health? Submit an application to ’s latest contest today!
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 30
The latest report is clear: we must ⬆️ country capacity so regulators have the tools they need to maximize health outcomes + get quality-assured medicines to patients everywhere. Learn more:
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 27
Poor-quality drugs neglect to cure the disease & cultivate resistance to treatments we depend on. Investing in gets us closer to . Take a stand today by applying for ’s Challenge Facility for Civil Society 2019 funding!
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 26
2019 was a banner year for elevating the issue of safe, quality medicines! But the work isn't finished. That’s why is publishing a special issue around access to . Paper submissions are open until 15 April 2020!
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 24
Building local capacity to prevent, detect & stop the spread of poor-quality medicines will be 🔑 to getting into the hands of people across the globe. Great to see Nigeria's continue to stand up for medicines quality!
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Medicines We Can Trust Dec 23
Replying to @SciDevNetSSA
5⃣ With safe, quality medicines, countries across Africa will be better equipped to reach and address the rising threat of , writes Elizabeth Shekalaghe in .
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