HIV treatment and health activists are calling for strong leadership from WHO on issues related to innovation, intellectual property and access to health commodities, including medicines.
“The recent announcement that dolutegravir is becoming part of the national HIV program in Brazil is great news for people living with HIV,” Othoman Mellouk applauds civil society in Brazil.
A joint position statement from Africa Continent Civil Society and Community Groups issued ahead of the of UN High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS 2016.
The Robert Carr civil society Network Fund (RCNF) was given a financial boost, and its role acknowledged.
Today, groups including the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) – South Asia and Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+) rallied outside the Embassy of Japan in New Delhi to send a strong signal about the dangers that a new trade deal poses to access to medicines. They also delivered an open letter to the Japanese Ambassador. […]