Who We Are?
We are a network of over 60 different African based civil society organisations who are actively involved in the promotion of Access to medicines issues for the benefit of the African majority population. We set up this network at the end of 2014.
AIDS Accountability International (AAI) was previously a co-ordination partner for the network until 2017.
What is Our Long-term Objective?
Improve access to quality and affordable medicines for all underprivileged citizens of Africa especially in the sub-Saharan region of the continent.
What is Our Mid-term Objective?
Create a branded, informed, dynamic and influential Pan African civil society movement that seeks to promote the successful implementation of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plan for Africa (PMPA), TRIPS and all other relevant policy commitments in order to increase access to quality and affordable medicines for all underprivileged citizens of Africa especially in the sub-Saharan region of the continent.
What is Our Short-term Objective?
Conduct research that creates greater transparency around the implementation process of the PMPA, TRIPS and all other relevant policy commitments in order to use these research findings to address the emerging gaps in terms of meeting the set targets.
Create spaces and opportunities in order to raise the profile of the issues related to the promotion of access to medicines in Africa and in particular the implementation process of the PMPA, TRIPS and all other relevant policy commitments.
Hold leaders accountable for action required for the promotion of access to medicines in Africa and in particular the implementation process of the PMPA, TRIPS and all other relevant policy commitments.
A Call to Partnership
As a network we are keen to explore opportunities for collaborative work with all other relevant stakeholders in order to promote access to medicines. Please do feel free do contact us through our International Co-ordinator, ex AAI ED, Daniel Molokele at +27796932579.
List of Organisations & Contact Persons
1. Daniel Molokele AIDS Accountability International Johannesburg
2. Ize Adava 3rd Sector Support Africa Abuja
3. Banza Chela Treatment and Advocacy Literacy Campaign Lusaka
4. Tapiwa Kujinga Pan African Treatment Access Movement Harare
5. Maureen Murenga Lean on Me Nairobi
6. Valentine Douala-Mouteng Pan African Business Coalition on HIV and Health Johannesburg
7. Larissa Klazinga AIDS Healthcare Foundation Durban
8. Dominica Mudota SAfAIDS Harare
9. Una Ngwenya Botswana Family Welfare Association Gaborone
10. Boemo Sekgoma SADC Parliamentary Forum Windhoek
11. Cindy Kelemi Botswana Network on Ethics, Law and HIV/AIDS Gaborone
12. Tendayi Kateketa-Westerhof Pan African Positive Women Coalition Kadoma
13. Carol Nawina Nyirenda Community Initiative for TB, HIV/AIDS and Malaria Lusaka
14. James Kamau Kenya Treatment Access Movement Nairobi
15. Imlak Lemma Africa Health Platform Addis Ababa
16. Thanduxolo Doro Network for People Living with HIV in Southern Africa Johannesburg
17. Newton Mudzingwa Herbal Wellbeing Bulawayo
18. Lynette Mabote AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa Cape Town
19. Olive Mumba Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organisations Arusha
20. Joshua Wamboga Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organisations Kampala
21. Angela Kageni AIDSPAN Nairobi
22. Washington Matika SARPAM Harare
23. Rosemary Mburu WACI Africa Cape Town
24. Simonia Mashangoane AIDS Consortium Johannesburg
25. Chris Awinia PRAXIS Dar es Salaam
26. Bactrin Killingo International Treatment Preparedness Coalition Nairobi
27. Emmanuel Etim Africa CS Platform for Health Addis Ababa
28. Albert Makone Global Coalition for Tuberculosis Activists Harare
29. Allan Maleche KELIN Nairobi
30. Allan Ragi KANCO Nairobi
31. Amanda Banda Doctors without Borders (MSF) Johannesburg
32. Simao C. M. Faria SCARJOV Luanda
33. Bafana Khumalo Sonke Gender Justice Johannesburg
34. Tinashe Mundawarara Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights Harare
35. Boemo Sekgoma SADC Parliamentary Forum Windhoek
36. Boitumelo Mokgatla IAVI Gaborone
37. Caleb Faith Thole GLOHOMO Lilongwe
38. Caroline Nawina Coalition of Zambian Women living with HIV (COZWHA+) Lusaka
39. Fungisai Sithole Citizens Health Watch Harare
40. Daughtie Ogutu Africa Sex Worker Alliance Nairobi
41. Fadzai Muparutsa Coalition of African Lesbians Johannesburg
42. Ilaliyo Samundombe YES Angola Luanda
43. Innocent Laison AFRICASO Dakar
44. James Kayo ITPC Central Africa Yaounde
45. Itai Rusike Community Working Group on Health Harare
46. John Mutsambi TB/HIV Care Cape Town
47. Kene Esom AMSHeR Johannesburg
48. Kettie Tembo Southern Africa AIDS Trust Johannesburg
49. Lynette Mabote AIDS and Rights Alliance of Southern Africa Cape Town
50. Lucy Chesire TB Advocacy Nairobi
51. Marcus Low Treatment Action Campaign Cape Town
52. Maurice Bolo The Scinnovent Centre Nairobi
53. Joel Mayowa International Health Partnership Abuja
54. Rotimi Sankore African Health, Human and Social Development (Afri-Dev) Abuja
55. Thuli Madi Africa Groups of Sweden Johannesburg
56. Rukia Cornelius OXFAM Cape Town
57. Semu Teffera OIC International Addis Ababa
58. Sofonea Shale DPE Maseru
59. Terry Rotichi AIDS Law Project Nairobi
60. Jacques Lloyd Afrique Rehabilitation and Research Consultants Johannesburg
61. Olayide Akanni Journalists Against AIDS Abuja
62. Rachel Gondo Rhodes University Grahamstown
63. Patience Mungwari Tshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre Johannesburg
64. Noreen Huni REPSSI Johannesburg
65. Fredien Bizimana Agence pour la Reconstruction et le Dévelopement en Afrique Bujumbura