The Global Health Clinical Consortium is a collaboration initiated in 2009 and draws together leaders from 11 Product Development Partners (PDPs). Focused on combatting diseases that particularly affect the poorest, these organizations are involved in over 132 ongoing and planned clinical trials to develop vaccines, microbicides/preventatives, therapeutic products, and diagnostics.

In addition to the customary challenges of conducting clinical trials, the PDPs face complexities working within resource-limited settings including new manufacturing partner relationships; dangerous political environments; challenges with electricity, hygiene, and connectivity; inadequate facilities and equipment; and working with vulnerable populations.

The GHCC 2016 Impact report is here

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