Co-sponsored by UNICEF

IFPMA Improves support of the WHO-based Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Associations would be first a grant of USD the Special Programme for Research and Training announced in Tropical Diseases , co-sponsored by UNICEF , the World Bank and WHO. The grant will support TDR, the development of new drugs for diseases that disproportionately affect combat poor people in developing countries. The TDR program plays an important and unique role in helping to coordinate, support and promote global research and development in this important area . , Director of, Director of TDR, said: This grant will help us scale the design and development of networks and partnerships in the context of our new ten year strategy We believe that bringing multidisciplinary teams together to solve problems is a real one do. Difference in the reduction of many of the tropical infectious diseases that affect so many people in poor countries. Patients worldwide.approach enhances skills and develop joint priorities in public and private sectors, including increasingly in developing countries. .

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