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- Mots-clés > access to essential medicines
- Mots-clés > availability of affordable essential medicines
- Mots-clés > availability, affordability, and quality of pharmaceutical products
- Mots-clés > faith based organizations (FBOs)
- Mots-clés > health insurance
- Mots-clés > human rights
- Mots-clés > right to health
- Mots-clés > right to medicines
- Mots-clés > universal health coverage (UHC)
(2013; 15 pages)
EPN believes access to medicines is a basic human right and every effort should be made to ensure that all actors in the health sector take up the challenge of ensuring that medicines are available, accessible and affordable to all, including the poor and marginalised. This sentence is taken from the EPN strategy (2010-2015).
Access to medicines is still number one of the four strategic priority areas of EPN.
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