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Opinion: New tool helps bridge manufacturers with potential markets

13th April 2016

Faced with costly and complicated product registration processes in several countries, many companies limit their market entry to countries they may perceive as low risk and have significant market potential. Often however, they make this determination on the basis of very little information. In many cases they gravitate toward countries with which they are familiar, rather than risk expansion into another unfamiliar country.

Categories: Opinion, Market Development Approaches Working Group

Study explores impact of market shaping on maternal health supplies

8th April 2016

Nearly 40 percent of all maternal deaths could be prevented by greater access to just three maternal health supplies (MHS): magnesium sulphate, misoprostol, and oxytocin. In a newly published study commissioned by the Coalition,...

Categories: Maternal Health Supplies Caucus

Opinion: Without supplies, all the Zika headlines are but noise

24th February 2016

The Zika virus has dominated the global conversation for several weeks. Coy messaging from the Vatican, rigid taboos around abortion and the devastation of microcephaly have all featured in the swirls and eddies of media discussion.

Categories: Opinion, ForoLAC

ICFP: Ensuring Access and Accountability for Family Planning through Universal Health Coverage

19th February 2016

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and universal access to sexual and reproductive health services figure prominently in the Sustainable Development Goals. So it is not surprising that The International Conference on Family Planning ...

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