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Access to HIV / AIDS drugs and diagnostics of acceptable quality. Procurement Quality and Sourcing project. Manufacturers and suppliers whose HIV-related medicines have been found acceptable, in principle, for procurement by UN agencies. 18th ed.
Geneva, Switzerland, WHO, 2004 Aug 9. 19 p.A "Procurement, Quality and Sourcing Project: Access to HIV/AIDS drugs and diagnostics of acceptable quality" was actively started by WHO in collaboration with other United Nations Organizations (UNAIDS, UNICEF, and UNFPA) in March 2001. The World Bank supports this initiative. The background to the project is described in the project description. The procedure for assessing the acceptability in principle of HIV/AIDS drugs comprises various components including 1) The evaluation of product data and information provided by manufacturers and suppliers, and 2) Inspection of manufacturing sites. Due to the particular properties of several substances used in some pharmaceutical finished dosage forms in the treatment of HIV/AIDS (e.g. chiral activity, isomerism, sensitivity to relative humidity etc.), and the current status where there are no Pharmacopoeia monographs and standards available for several substances and finished products, WHO appointed experts have performed a comprehensive and rigorous evaluation of the products included in the list, with a view to establishing their compliance with international standards. (excerpt)