Commitment to Action

Access to Cures Program

Commitment by

OneWorld Health

In 2006, OneWorld Health committed to build an innovative access and delivery model, specifically targeting Visceral Leishmaniasis (VL), the second-most deadly parasitic disease in the world. The main goal of this commitment was to develop a scalable, transferable access model for treatment of VL in India where the disease is endemic. To achieve its goal, OneWorld Health will work closely with key regional stakeholders, including national governments, local clinical researchers, and private-sector supply and distribution partners to create an effective supply chain system for PMIM and work to facilitate its implementation in public health programs.

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Commitment

Access to Cures Program

Launched

2006

Est. Duration

4 years

Region

Global, Africa, Asia

Countries

India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Uganda

Commitment by

OneWorld Health