To assess the effect of local medicine production, Health Action International (HAI) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have developed a methodology to measure and compare the price and availability of locally produced and imported medicines. The methodology was adapted from the regular WHO/HAI methodology, then pilot tested in Tanzania and Ethiopia.

Governments, academics and others are encouraged to undertake a survey and make the findings public so researchers and policy-makers can learn more about the impact of local production on availability and prices. A link to the methodology will be available on this page once finalised.

 

Prices and Availability of Locally Produced and Imported Medicines in Kenya Report

Prices and availability of locally produced and imported medicines in Ethiopia and Tanzania Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice, Dec 2017 Article | Press Statement 

 

Prices and Availability of Locally Produced and Imported Medicines in Ethiopia Report


Prices and Availability of Locally Produced and Imported Medicines in Tanzania Report

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