Build stronger health systems, improve healthcare access, health awareness and training

Over half of the health partnerships involving the research-based pharmaceutical industry focus on strengthening health system infrastructure and capabilities. Examples include HIV/AIDS partnerships that establish and run paediatric treatment centers, training for healthcare professionals and working with community implementation partners to reduce stigma, promote prevention, improve diagnosis and provide patient support to ensure treatment compliance. Increasingly, health partnerships take multi-disease approaches and, as a result, widen their overall benefits on communities and patients.

  • Global mobilization aimed at saving lives of millions of women and children
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    Every day 800 women die during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum, and nearly all of these ...

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  • Trained healthcare workers needed now more than ever
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    Effective treatments and up-to-date hospitals and equipment are useless without sufficient, trained healthcare workers such ...

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  • Partnering beyond the pill or jab
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    Half of the health partnerships involving the research-based pharmaceutical industry focus on strengthening the health ...

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