Building on nearly four years of evidence gathering by the Study, the ACCISS team has created an online toolkit to provide national and international health policymakers and others with a better understanding of the underlying parameters that define universal access (and the lack thereof) to insulin for people living with type 1 and 2 diabetes in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). They provide evidence and practical guidance related to access to insulin in LMICs, and give recommendations for stakeholders interested in improving access to insulin.

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ACCISS Multi-Stakeholder Meeting
– The Multi-stakeholder Meeting was held in Amsterdam on 11 September. It allowed stakeholders from a variety of perspectives to come together to discuss the barriers of global access to insulin and ways to move past these barriers. To read more about the event or watch selected recordings from the day, click here. 

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Research Findings
Find out what our researchers are discovering about the global barriers to insulin access.


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About the ACCISS Study 
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