iAAAD is a not-for-profit pharmaceutical R&D organization to increase medicine access for low-and middle-income countries.
Medicine Access & Development For Poor Countries
iAAAD is a collaborative not-for-profit pharmaceutical R&D organization with a mission to increase access to medicines and develop innovative drugs or generic drugs for people living in low- and middle-income Southeast Asia countries.
iAAAD, through its business model,built a R&D global network based on collaborations and partnership to strengthen its capacities including voluntary license negotiations, know-how and technology transfers for poor countries. .
Medicine Development For Neglected Tropical Diseases In Southeast Asia
iAAAD advocates for civic engagement, health care accessibility and equal treatment, and social justice for the Asian Immigrant Elders. We support advocacy programs which promote Asian immigrants integration into the community as a whole.
Intellectual Property and Access to Medicine for the Poor
iAAAD works with pharmaceutical companies to lower costs and increase access to patented drugs for low- and middle-income Southeast Asia countries.
iAAAD strategically partner with with local governments, pharmaceutical industry, civil society, international public health organisations, patient advocate groups and other stakeholders to prioritize and negotiate patented drug licenses needed for poor countries..
iAAAD encourages and collaborates with local generic manufactures to develop new formulations for innovative medicines.
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