African Network for Drug and Vaccine Innovation (ANDI)
The African Network for Drug and Vaccine Innovation (ANDI) is a partnership initiated by the WHO TDR aiming to build African health R&D capacity drawing from both western expertise and the biologics of traditional medicine. ANDI attempts to unite the fragmented landscape of African R&D to strengthen and sustain product development. The partnership draws upon the existing resources in the private and public sectors in Africa in addition to investing in new research infrastructure.
Mboya-Okeyo, Tom, Robert G. Ridley and Solomon Nwaka. “The African Network for Drugs and Diagnostics Innovation.” The Lancet Vol. 373 (May 2, 2009): 1507 – 1508. Available here.