- ActionAid International
- Patients, Prices and Access to Medicines
- Description of Work
- International Aids Conference 2004 briefing paper
- ActionAid International, Johannesburg, June 2004, 8 pp
Reproduced with ActionAid's kind permission.
"At least six million people are in desperate need of medicines to treat HIV/AIDS and related infections, including TB and malaria. Without such treatment they will die. Generic versions of these medicines are being produced at low prices in developing countries such as Thailand, India, Brazil and South Africa but in order to protect their powerful pharmaceutical companies, industrialised nations are making it increasingly difficult for poor countries to import them."
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Related Published Resources
- WHO - World Health Organization, Treating 3 million by 2005. Making it happen: the WHO Strategy. The WHO and UNAIDS global intitiative to provide antiretroviral therapy to 3 million people with HIV/AIDS in developing countries by the end of 2005, World Health Organization, Geneva, 2003, 60 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
- ActionAid International, Commitment to Care: The Role of Donor Countries and Multilateral Institutions in Financing HIV/AIDS Programmes, International Aids Conference 2004 briefing paper, ActionAid International, Johannesburg, June 2004, 8 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
- ActionAid International, '3 by 5' Ensuring HIV/AIDS Care for All?, International AIDS Conference 2004 briefing paper, ActionAid International, Johannesburg, June 2004, 6 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]