During the regional workshop to strengthen awareness of routine viral load testing in Panama, ITPC-LACTA coordinated this statement below, directed at the Venezuelan government and international donors. We, the undersigned, gathered in Panama at the “Regional Workshop on Strengthening Awareness of Routine Testing Viral Load” and the launch of the ITPC Advocacy for Community Treatment […]
ITPC prepares for Global Fund grant for Community Observatories in West Africa The decision in May 2016, by the Global Fund to recommend a grant to support the implementation of 11 Community Treatment Observatories (CTOs) in West Africa was a significant achievement. Since the announcement, ITPC Global and ITPC West Africa have been intensively engaged […]
Is your HIV treatment working? You have the right to know! A viral load test is the only sure way to know if your treatment is working. Whether you are living with HIV or working in the field, this short online course will inform you about the importance of routine viral load testing. You will […]
Othoman Mellouk, describes some tactics used by companies to hike drug prices. He also highlights how civil society is fighting back. Othoman is ITPC’s Intellectual Property & Access to Medicines Expert.
Zakaria Bahtout, the Programs Partners’ Officer at ITPC MENA describes the protest targeting ViiV Healthcare, from the frontline in Harare, Zimbabwe, at an international conference at the end of last year. At the International Conference on Aids and Sexually Transmitted Dieases in Africa 2015, treatment activists shamed ViiV Healthcare for preventing Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia from accessing generic versions […]
On World AIDS Day 2015, treatment activists highlight concerns about progress in response to consolidated WHO HIV treatment guidelines 2015.
Today, at the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA), treatment advocates and activists from all over Africa united to urge ViiV Healthcare to allow affordable access to an essential drug in four North African countries. A voluntary license from Viiv Healthcare will enable all other countries in Africa to be able to […]
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. […]