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Discussing Global Access to Childhood Cancer Medicines

Discussing Global Access to Childhood Cancer Medicines

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IDA Foundation attended the Portage Inaugural Meeting in Centro Sharjah, UAE. The meeting aims to discuss ways to simplify treatment and access for Children with Cancer in low and middle income countries.

Invitation to Bid: Suppliers of first - and second - line TB medicines

Invitation to Bid: Suppliers of first - and second - line TB medicines

On behalf of Stop TB Partnership’s Global Drug Facility (GDF), IDA Foundation (IDA), the GDF-contracted procurement agent, invites all eligible suppliers to submit bids (ITB) for 1st and 2nd line TB.

World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day 2017

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Today, December 1st, is World AIDS Day, a day to show support for people living with HIV and remember those who have died from an AIDS-related illness.

1 in 10 medicines in LMICs is falsified

1 in 10 medicines in LMICs is falsified

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Counterfeit products may be responsible for deaths from malaria and pneumonia.

Looking back on a successful event in Haiti!

Looking back on a successful event in Haiti!

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The November 7 conference explored challenges around access to medicines in Haiti.

Creating awareness for paediatric cancer

Creating awareness for paediatric cancer

As we near the end of September, we look back at Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Union Conference in the Hague in 2018

Union Conference in the Hague in 2018

On Tuesday September 12th, IDA Foundation attended the official announcement of the Union World Conference on Lung Health in the Hague.

Bridging the gap in access to medicines in Haiti

Bridging the gap in access to medicines in Haiti

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Meet Kesney Auguste of Haiti Medicine, IDA's local partner in Haiti.

Updated Sales Terms and Conditions

Updated Sales Terms and Conditions

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After a periodic review, IDA Foundation has updated our Sales Terms and Conditions.

WHO New Essential Medicines List (EML) released

WHO New Essential Medicines List (EML) released

New edition of EML incorporates advice on use of antibiotics and adds medicines for Hepatitis C, HIV, TB and cancer.