The Citizen Observatory for Health (OCS), as a civil society organization working for equitable access to health services in the National Health System, has conducted several studies to understand the impact of Covid-19 in Mozambique. Among several approaches, OCS has dedicated itself to tracking the funds donated to Mozambique by cooperation partners to face Covid-19 pandemic.
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In the course of researching Covid-19, the OCS has resorted to a variety of research conducted by different organizations working in the field health, globally. It is in the wake of these researches that the ACT Accelerator (ACT-A) approach to accessing Covid-19 tools have emerged, and we now present a study of how to deal with Covid-19 and possible pandemics in the future. On the other hand, we present the approach of the Platform of Civil Society and Community Representatives, an organization that unites several entities focused on analyzing the research developed by ACT-A.
In sum, civil society argues that in pandemic contexts, there is a need to: eliminate intellectual property barriers arising from patents, trade secrets, copyrights, and industrial design, as well as to eliminate certain agreements, among other harmful measures.
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