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Accord Interagency Gifts in Kind Standards


Accord Gifts in Kind Standards govern US-based member organisations' Gifts in Kind (GIK) activity.

UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS)


GLAAS is a UN-Water initiative implemented by the World Health Organization (WHO)

The MDGs: Everyone’s Business


The MDGs: Everyone’s Business is a new report from UNDP’s Growing Inclusive Markets (GIM) Initiative covering 40 case studies and over 140 supporting institutions referenced by specific MDGs, released on 21 September 2010 in the framework of the United Nations Summit on the Millennium Development...

Samaritan's Purse International Relief (SPIR) - Donating Medical Materials


Samaritan's Purse has detailed guidelines for those donating medical items. Factors that should be taken into account include: equipment condition, intended use, maintenance requirements, and availability of parts or accessories. Although the guidelines are specific to the operations of this...

Medical Equipment Donation Guidelines


Medical Equipment Donation Guidelines provide a guide for those accepting and making medical equipment donations, and also useful for those planning to purchase medical equipment.

Guidelines for the Donation of Medications (GNPPLUS)


The Global Network of People living with Aids (GNPPLUS) has produced this document, which lists guidelines for donations of medicines. It refers to legal issues relating to both donors and recipients. It recommends that drugs should appear on the national Essential Drug List, or if no list is...

WHO Guidelines for Medicine Donations


WHO Guidelines for Drug Donations, updated in 2010, were developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in cooperation with major international humanitarian agencies. The Guidelines aim to improve the quality of medicine donations and are intended to serve as a basis for national or institutional...

Meeting poor people’s needs for access to medicines through responsible business practices


The pharmaceutical industry is increasingly looking to the potentially huge markets within emerging economies. Yet, poor people who live in these countries still desperately lack affordable and appropriate medicines. This paper argues that the industry must put access to medicines at the heart of...

World Health Organisation (WHO) Model List of Essential Medicines


The WHO Model List of Essential Medicines is a list of the minimum medicine needs for a basic health care system. The list has been updated every two years since 1977. The current version, the 17th list, dates from March 2011. It contains over 350 medicines.

Dubai International Humanitarian & Re-Development Conference & Exhibition (DIHAD) 1-3 April 2012


DIHAD is a humanitarian aid, disaster management and re-development event that takes place in Dubai every year. DIHAD is recognised as the leading humanitarian event in the region and aims to help facilitate a greater and more efficient relationship between aid agencies, NGO's, suppliers and needy...