Category: Morocco

A new victory for ITPC-MENA : Bristol-Myers Squibb extends its voluntary license on Atazanavir to Egypt

The 9th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV / AIDS 2017 : Bristol-Myers Squibb extends its voluntary license on Atazanavir to Egypt, a victory for ITPC-MENA Today, at the World Conference on AIDS, which is currently taking place in Paris...

/ 25 July 2017

ITPC MENA IN THE REGIONAL CONSULTATION ON ACCELERATING ACCESS TO THE CONTIUUM OF HIV CARE: FOCUS ON HIV TESTING

Beirut, Lebanon, 12–14 July 2017 By the end of 2015, the estimated number of people living with HIV in the Region had reached 330 000. With a continuously growing epidemic coupled with low coverage of ART, standing at 14% of...

/ 21 July 2017

M-Coalition launch a new guide: Key Population Engagement in Global Fund Country Dialogue CCMs and the 2017-­‐2019 funding cycle

Source : M-Colaition This resource guide is designed to assist civil society organizations in understanding how to access funding from the Global Fund (GF) and effectively engage in country dialogue through all the key stages. In 2014, the Global Fund’s...

/ 21 March 2017

Global Fund Notifies Countries on 2017-2019 Allocations

For the 2017-2019 allocation period, the Global Fund adopted a refined allocation methodology to deliver the aims of its 2017-2022 strategy and to increase the impact of country programs that prevent, treat and care for people affected by HIV, TB...

/ 21 December 2016

The Global Fund has a new Sustainability, Transition, and Co-financing Policy

Which means that for the next allocation period, the Global Fund will proactively support sustainability and transition planning, especially for upper middle income countries (UMICs) and low middle income countries (LMICs) with low or moderate disease burdens. Download the new...

/ 6 December 2016

OUR REGION

UNAIDS includes the following countries in its MENA grouping: Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.UNAIDS includes the following countries...

/ 16 May 2016

Middle East and North Africa Position Statement on HIV/AIDS to the High-Level Meeting on AIDS

Middle East and North Africa Position Statement on HIV/AIDS to the UN General Assembly Special Session High-Level Meeting on AIDS 6 – 8 June 2016 We, the undersigned communities of the MENA region; regional an d national networks and civil...

/ 7 April 2016

Morocco: Creation of a collective for t the right to health in the framework of the negotiations of the EU ALECA

At a time when the Kingdom of Morocco and the European Union are preparing to resume negotiations on the "comprehensive and thorough free trade agreement" (FTAA), Moroccan civil society unites to bell Alarm about ALECA's danger of access to generics...

/ 12 January 2016

African Treatment Advocates Call on ViiV Healthcare to Unlock Access to Dolutegravir for North Africa Now

Harare, December 1st, 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...

/ 2 January 2016

Launch of Moroccan Generic Sofosbuvir: A Victory for the Wide-spread Use HCV Treatment in Morocco

According to the Ministry of Health, 625,000 people are infected by HCV, 1.6% of the general population of Morocco. Of those infected, 267,000 people have active chronic infection requiring treatment. Until recently, the management of HCV infection has been hampered...

/ 26 June 2015