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News - published on 21 Apr 2017

The Access to Medicine Foundation has moved to Amsterdam

The Access to Medicine Foundation has outgrown its former office in Haarlem and moved to a larger space in Amsterdam.

The new office is close to the Amsterdam Sloterdijk station on Naritaweg 227-A, 1043 CB, Amsterdam. The move has also resulted in a change in our phone number which is +31 (0)20 215 3535

The office houses our teams working on the Access to Medicine Index, Access to Vaccines Index and the AMR Benchmark. 

About the Access to Medicine Foundation
The Access to Medicine Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organisation based in the Netherlands. It aims to advance access to medicine in low- and middle-income countries by stimulating and guiding the pharmaceutical industry to play a greater role in improving access to medicine. The Foundation is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the UK Department for International Development. For ten years, the Foundation has been building consensus on the role for the pharmaceutical industry in improving access to medicine and vaccines. It published its first benchmark of industry activity in this area in 2008, in the first Access to Medicine Index. The fifth Access to Medicine Index was published in November 2016. In 2017, the Foundation will publish the first Access to Vaccines Index, funded by the Dutch National Postcode Lottery, and the first AntiMicrobial Benchmark, funded by the UK and Dutch governments.

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