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[e-med] [TDR-SCIENTISTS] Accès aux traitements - Nouvel appel à projet

  • From: remed@remed.org
  • Date: Wed, 9 May 2012 11:08:55 +0200

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Objet: [TDR-SCIENTISTS] Access to Medicines - New Call for Expressions
of Interest!
De: "AGBAYANI, Marion O.R." <agbayanim@WHO.INT>
Date: Mer 9 mai 2012 10:55
The Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research is pleased to announce
the following call for Expressions of Interest:

Health Policy and Systems Research in the field of Access to Medicines in
low- and middle-income countries.

This call aims to explore the connections between medicines and three
other functions of health systems: health financing, governance and health

The deadline for submission of the Expression of Interest is 18 June 2012.
During this period, potential applicants can contact the Alliance
(alliancehpsr@who.int<mailto:alliancehpsr@who.int>) and seek clarification
for all questions related to the call.

Read more at: http://www.who.int/alliance-hpsr/en/ and

With best wishes,

The Alliance Secretariat

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1211 Geneva
Tel: +41 22 791 2973
email: alliancehpsr@who.int<mailto:alliancehpsr@who.int>


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