Announcement, September 2018
New project to scale up access to medicines
The South Centre is pleased to announce that it is scaling up its services to developing country governments in the area of intellectual property rights and public health, thanks to the support of Unitaid. The project “Expanding the use of TRIPS flexibilities to promote affordable access to medicines” will allow the South Centre to roll out a number of training activities at regional and national level and a global advisory service on the use of TRIPS flexibilities for public health.
For more information and expressions of interest, contact munoz(at)southcentre.int .
This article was tagged: Access to Medicines, Affordable Medicines, Global Health, Intellectual Property, Public Health, TRIPS