civil society organizations

Sustain, Adapt, Protect: A Call to Action on HIV, TB and COVID-19

Organizations are invited to sign on to a Call to Action on HIV, TB and COVID-19 developed by Frontline AIDS, ARASA, Global Coalition of TB Activists and TBpeople, alongside community organizations.

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Civil society call for equitable and affordable access to COVID-19 and related diagnostics

Advocates call for a higher level of global coordination, transparency, and accountability to ensure sustainable and equitable access to testing.

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Ad-hoc donations of bedaquiline threaten sustainable, affordable access for patients

Advocates call on Indian Minister of Health to discontinue and phase out the drug donations of bedaquiline offered by Johnson & Johnson.

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AIDS, TB and malaria: Don't be infected by indifference: Sign a petition!

The petition will be delivered to the Heads of States and Governments prior to the next Global Fund replenishment conference in October 2019.

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Towards the UN High-Level Meeting on TB: Recommendations by German civil society organizations

Seven fields of action should be given specific emphasis and advocated for as part of the processes around the UN High-Level Meeting on TB.

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Health groups call on Indian Government to urgently make life-saving TB drug available

Health groups call on the Indian Government to incorporate the life-saving TB drug delamanid into the Revised National TB Control Programme.

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Public health groups welcome Johns Hopkins University and Medicines Patent Pool agreement for development of promising new TB drug

While deal marks a critical step in the fight against TB, health groups warn that the deal lacks safeguards that would ensure worldwide affordability.

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Advocates call on the Indian Prime Minister to ensure availability of new TB drugs to combat drug-resistant TB

Advocates urge Prime Minister Modi to take immediate action to save a young woman, dying of XDR-TB and to roll out life-saving innovations to tackle the growing burden of drug-resistant TB in India.

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Never again let people die because medicines are too expensive

  • UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon to receive memorandum of demands in Durban
  • UN High Level Panel provides unique opportunity for governments to make historic changes in healthcare.

Durban, 17 July 2016: On the eve of the 21st International AIDS Conference, civil society organisations from across the world call on world leaders to take decisive steps to ensure that the nightmare of people not being able to afford AIDS medicines will not be repeated for people with other diseases, including HIV co-infections. We make this call in Durban, South Africa, where on the morning of 18 July we will hand a memorandum of demands to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon.

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Open letter to the Global Fund Board on Allocation Methodology Framework and Sustainability & Transition

In advance of the 34th meeting of the Global Fund Board, 33 civil society organizations from the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and their partner organizations from other regions sent an open letter to the Global Fund Board members, alternates and focal points.

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