future of pharmaceutical industry
From increased access to treatments, improved education and training of health workers and the research and development of new medicines and vaccines, the control and elimination of malaria requires actions from all angles.
Today, we are setting out further steps to tackle Africa’s dual health burden of infectious and emerging non-communicable diseases and help build crucial capacity to underpin the development of the healthcare sector in the region.
The program trains teachers, school staff and parents in the basics of child nutrition so they can all work together to ensure the children receive well-balanced diets.
Partnerships make a difference to health and well-being where help is most needed
The IFPMA World Health Partnerships Directory is a database of partnerships between the research-based pharmaceutical industry and actors across all fields of global health; working together to meet current health needs and strengthen health systems in LMICs. With over 250 active case-studies currently profiled, the IFPMA Directory is the largest resource of its kind, with programs that impact every country in the world.
These health partnerships bring together governments, intergovernmental organizations, NGOs, private sector companies, universities and foundations to improve the lives of people suffering from diseases like HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), as well as cross-cutting challenges like women and children’s health.
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What Health Partnerships do?
Build stronger health systems, improve healthcare access, health awareness and training.
Pioneer innovative tools and approaches.
Improve scientific knowledge of in low and middle income countries and discover new medicines and vaccines
Help economies grow by improving health in developing countries.