The Access and Delivery Partnership

New health technologies for tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases

TDR is part of a broad, multi-partner effort to strengthen capacity in low- and middle-income countries that improves access to and delivery of new health technologies. These technologies include drugs, diagnostic tools and vaccines that are relevant for the prevention, treatment or cure of tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases.

The Access and Delivery Partnership (ADP) is led and coordinated by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and funded by the government of Japan. The UNDP, TDR and PATH provide technical assistance to the focus countries. The ADP emphasizes consultation, collaboration and implementation with partner country governments and stakeholders. Best practices are being developed and disseminated on approaches that cross sectors, and are sustainable, rational and evidence-based.

Key principles are:

  • Country ownership
  • Cross-sectoral and multi-stakeholder collaborations
  • South-south learning and cooperation

The ADP is a five-year project, running from April 2013 until March 2018. Focus countries are Tanzania, Indonesia and Ghana.


ADP news

For more information about TDR’s role in the Access and Delivery Partnership, contact:
Dr Olumide Ogundahunsi or Dr Christine Halleux

Related links

Watch a video about Access and Delivery Partnership

Access and Delivery Partnership publications developed through TDR

Setting a national agenda for health systems research for tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases in the United Republic of Tanzania


Capacity building for Implementation Research and Developing a Research Agenda to support the 2014–2018 Health Sector Program of Work in Ghana


The ADP Public Forum, Jakarta, Indonesia


National strategy for implementation and operational research to support prevention and control of tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases, 2016–2019