This project intends to evaluate eight potential policy interventions to support global health institutions to scale up access to and innovation for cost-effective and life-saving commodities, especially for the world’s poorest children and women.

FNI is involved in two of these interventions:
1) How do emerging middle-income countries influence global policy arenas and thereby shape access to medicines for poor countries and peoples? Sandberg and Andresen are supervisors to a phd study developed under this theme.
2) How can global health institutions be reformed and how can new international partnerships be developed for better support and access to life-saving commodities?

The project is coordinated by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

Project period: 2014-2017
 

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  • Research Council of Norway (GLOBVAC Programme)

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