Health and Human Rights | June 9, 2010Read the Publication
Access to essential medicines is a critical problem that plagues many developing countries. With a daunting number of domestic constraints — technologically, economically, and otherwise — developing countries are faced with a steep uphill battle to meet the human rights obligation of providing essential medicines immediately. To meet these challenges, the international human rights obligations of international assistance, the international human rights obligations of international assistance access to essential medicines. This article seeks to highlight and expand upon the current understanding of international assistance and cooperation for access to essential.