UNITAID                                      Technical Briefing                            65th World Health Assembly     ...
18h00   Opening remarks                                Dr Denis Broun                                                     ...
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CREATING NEW PARADIGMS OF COUNTRY-DONOR MARKET APPROACHES FOR PUBLIC HEALTH: THE CASE OF MULTI-DRUG RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS AND THE CRITICAL ROLE OF BRICS

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Technical Briefing 65th World Health Assembly
21st May 2012

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CREATING NEW PARADIGMS OF COUNTRY-DONOR MARKET APPROACHES FOR PUBLIC HEALTH: THE CASE OF MULTI-DRUG RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS AND THE CRITICAL ROLE OF BRICS

  1. 1. UNITAID Technical Briefing 65th World Health Assembly 21st May 2012  Creating new paradigms of country-donor market approaches for public health: the case of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis and the critical role of BRICSSlide 1 www.unitaid.eu
  2. 2. 18h00 Opening remarks Dr Denis Broun Executive Director, UNITAID 18h10 Tuberculosis access issues: key challenges Dr Paul Nunn, Coordinator, TB in MDR-TB Operations and Coordination, World Health Organization 18h20 Market-based approaches for public health Dr Brenda Waning in the globalization era: the convergence of Coordinator, Market Dynamics, UNITAID health policy, industrial organization, development, and politics 18h35 Issues, challenges, and plans for public and Mr S. K. Rao private scale-up of TB and MDR-TB in India Joint Secretary of International Health, India 18h55 Issues, challenges, and plans for public and Dr Yogan Pillay private scale-up of TB and MDR-TB in South Deputy Director General National Africa Department of Health, South Africa 19h15 Issues, challenges, and plans for public and Dr Jarbas Barbosa private scale-up of TB and MDR-TB in Brazil Deputy Minister of Health, Brazil 19h30 Discussion 19h50 Closing comments: charting a new path Dr Denis Broun forward to address MDR-TB Executive Director, UNITAIDSlide 2

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