The United Nations Development Programme awarded the USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights in February 2016 to conduct a human-rights-based mid-term review of the Access and Delivery Partnership project. This five-year project is a multi-agency collaboration between UNDP, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases hosted at the World Health Organization, and PATH, and seeks to build capacity in low- and middle-income countries to access and deliver new health technologies for addressing tuberculosis, malaria, neglected tropical diseases and other infectious diseases.
GHHR representatives will travel to the four focus countries—Ghana, Indonesia, Tanzania and Thailand—to consult with stakeholders and ADP staff. This month, Professor Laura Ferguson returned from Bangkok, Thailand, where she met with stakeholders to discuss their experiences with the project to date.
- Professor Ferguson Travels to Seattle for UNDP ADP Interviews (4/10/2016)
- Access and Delivery Partnership project evaluation commences in Tanzania (3/18/2016)