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Forschungsbasierte Pharmaindustrie fordert ein verstärktes Engagement seitens des öffentlich-privaten Sektors, um die Millennium-Entwicklungsziele (MDGs) schneller zu erreichen und um eine neue Entwicklungsagenda aufzustellen
Date:9/23/2013

NEW YORK, September 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


  • Seit der Einführung der MDGs trugen Beteiligte aus öffentlichem und privatem Sektor sowie Zivilgesellschaft in koordinierten Aktionen zu Fortschritten im Gesundheitsbereich bei.
  • Pharmaunternehmen pflegen über 220 Partnerschaften, um die Gesundheitssysteme zu stärken und die Gesundheit der Menschen in Ländern mit niedrigen bis mittleren Einkommen zu verbessern.
  • Die Beiträge der forschungsbasierten Pharmaunternehmen zeigen die einzigartige Rolle als Partner einer Entwicklungsagenda für die Zeit nach 2015.

Während sich die Regierungen diese Woche in New York versammeln, um die weltweiten Bemühungen zur Erreichung der Millennium-Entwicklungsziele der Vereinten Nationen zu überprüfen und um einen neuen Weg für die weltweite Entwicklung nach 2015 festzulegen, fordern die Führungskräfte der forschungsbasierten Pharmaunternehmen einen kontinuierlichen Dialog und ein konstruktives Engagement von allen beteiligten Interessengruppen.

Die Industrie spielt bei den gesundheitsbezogenen MDGs eine entscheidende Rolle. Sie pflegt mehr als 220 weltweite Partnerschaften, die eine große Anzahl an Krankheiten abdeckt. Der Fokus liegt dabei sowohl auf Prävention als auch auf Verbesserungen in der Infrastruktur des Gesundheitswesens, beim Training, bei pharmazeutischer F&E und bei Spenden für Medizin und Impfungen. Eine heute, neu von der IFPMA veröffentlichte Publikation zeigt, dass die transformativen Partnerschaften sowie Regelungenzur Verteilung der Verantwortlichkeiten zwischen Zivilgesellschaft, privatem Sektor und Regierungen eine gerechtere, partizipativere und nachhaltigere Entwicklung fördern können.

Eduardo Pisani, Generaldirektor der IFPM
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