Category: AIDS

US Supreme Court Adopts International Exhaustion For Patents: Paving the way for parallel imports to exert downward pressure on domestic pharmaceutical (and other) prices

Source : By Frederick M The Supreme Court of the United States on May 30, 2017 adopted a rule of international exhaustion of patent rights for the United States in Impression Products v. Lexmark International, No. 15-1189. The near-unanimous decision...

/ 1 June 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

Youth Toolkit for the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS 2016

The youth toolkit for the High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS (HLM) 2016 is developed by the PACT, a global coalition of youth organizations working collaboratively in the HIV response towards ensuring the health, well-being and human rights of all young...

/ 12 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

Building Capacity on Intellectual Property, Free Trade Agreement and Access to Medicines Workshop

ATL MST – ITPC MENA WORKSHOP TUNISIA 16, 17 & 18 NOVEMBER 2015 One of the most pressing issues in the 21st century is the lack of availability of essential medicines to poor patients in underdeveloped and developing countries. The...

/ 20 November 2015

WHO Launches New HIV Treatment and Prevention Guidelines

The WHO has made two important new treatment recommendations that will affect all HIV treatment programmes. The recommendations are entitled the ’Early Release’ Guidelines on when to start antiretroviral therapy and on pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV. The recommendations in this...

/ 14 October 2015

The first Middle East and North Africa Community Advisory Board (MENA-CAB)

Casablanca, Morocco, 28 June-01 July 2014 Despite the fact that HIV prevalence in the countries of the Middle East and North Africa is believed to be low at least among the General Population, the rate of increase of new cases...

/ 10 July 2014

HIV Activists from the MENA Region Call on Gulf States to Contribute to the 4th Replenishment of the Global Fund

November 30, 2013 - On the occasion of World AIDS Day 2013, HIV treatment activists from the MENA region called on wealthy Gulf States to join the Global Fund donor’s community sharing responsibility and engagement in a common mission to...

/ 30 November 2013

GENERATION OF CHANGE: Portraits of HIV & AIDS Activists from MENA

The Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region is in turmoil. The trajectory and consequences of the current political, social and economic transformations rippling across the region will become clear in the years ahead. Meanwhile, the region is also experiencing one of...

/ 18 July 2012