Medicine Price Monitor

MeTA Intercountry Meeting Report 2018 ( 556 )

The meeting was convened by Health Action International (HAI) under the auspices of the Health Systems Advocacy Partnership (HSAP) held from 22nd -24th January, 2019 at Lake Victoria Serena Resort in Kampala, Uganda.

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Commodities; Availability, Affordability and Stockouts Report 2018 ( 445 )

The    following    report    presents    the    results    of    the    survey    carried    out    by    HAI    and    in-country    partners    (Medicines    Transparency    Alliance    [MeTA]    Uganda)    in    July    2018    in    Uganda.  

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Community Training Guide on Access to Essential Medicines ( 313 )

It is important to acknowledge the improvements in key health indicators that Uganda has achieved in the past few decades, including in maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health (including in HIV and AIDS), and communicable disease

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Know the Cost of Medicine for your Treatment. ( 160 )

Based on median prices collected over time, a treatment cost has been prepared to make consumers aware of how much they spend on medicines for treatment.

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Take Stock: Final Report ( 162 )

The Take Stock project was an initiative by HEPS Uganda the Coalition for Health Promotion and Sustainable Development - to mobilize communities to take action to address stock-outs of contraceptives in hospitals and health centers.

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April - June 2010 - Medicine Price Monitor ( 1,608 )

Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Health Action International Africa (HAI-Africa) represented by the Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS-Uganda), has since 2006 conducted medi

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Uganda medicine price monitor Jan-Mar 07 ( 1,373 )

High prices and low availability limit access to essential medicines.

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Uganda Medicine Price Monitor Oct - Dec 2008 ( 1,542 )

The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and Health Action International Africa (HAI-Africa) represented by the Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS-Uganda), conducts quarterly survey

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