On the Margins of Aid Orthodoxy: the Brazil-Mozambique Collaboration to Produce Essential Medicines in Africa
de Oliveira, Lícia
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On the back of its recent economic development and domestic success in the fight against HIV/AIDS, Brazil is helping the Government of Mozambique to set up a pharmaceutical factory as part of its South-South cooperation programme. Until recently, a consensus existed that pharmaceutical production in Africa was not viable or sustainable. This paper looks into practicalities and evolution of this collaboration to illustrate the characteristics of Brazilian development cooperation in health, with the aim of drawing lessons for the wider debate on aid and local production of pharmaceuticals in Africa.
CitationRusso, G.; de Oliveira, L.; Shankland, A. and Sitoe, T. On the Margins of Aid Orthodoxy: the Brazil-Mozambique Collaboration to Produce Essential Medicines in Africa. Global Health 10, 70 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12992-014-0070-z
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