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International conference assembles leading pharmaceutical experts from over 15 countriesGENEVA, SWITZERLAND (DECEMBER 26, 2000) — The World Health Organization (WHO) and Management Sciences for Health (MSH) will begin testing new drug access indicators in six developing countries early next year. Developed at a major international conference hosted by WHO and MSH from 11-13 December in Geneva, these indicators will measure five aspects of drug access - availability, geographic accessibility, affordability, acceptability/satisfaction, and quality of product and service.

The SEAM Program Conducts Country Assessments in Six Developing CountriesWASHINGTON, DC (MAY 2, 2001) — Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that the Strategies for Enhancing Access to Medicines (SEAM) Program is conducting six country assessments to identify problems in access to essential medicines. This follows an international conference in December 2000, co-hosted by MSH and the World Health Organization (WHO), where indicators for measuring drug access were proposed.

The SEAM Program will provide technical support to the Cry for the World Foundation to improve access to essential medicines in KenyaWASHINGTON, DC (SEPTEMBER 25, 2001) —  Management Sciences for Health (MSH) announced today that its Strategies for Enhancing Access to Medicines (SEAM) Program will provide technical support to the Cry for the World Foundation (CFW) to improve access to essential medicines in Kenya.

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