Jokkosanté, 2016 laureate of the Observatory, awarded by USAID

Laureate of the Observatory in 2016, Jokkosanté, an application providing more equitable access to quality medicines, has just been awarded by USAID on the sidelines of the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York.The award targets private sector organizations that collaborate with the public health sector to develop innovations to improve accountability, price, accessibility and reliability of care.Launched in May 2019, the Inclusive Health Access Prize received nearly 400 applications from 68 countries. The jury selected 5 winners from Cameroon, India, Nigeria and Senegal who developed solutions to optimize health systems and help improve Universal Health Coverage.


Recognized as being of public utility since 1999, the Pierre Fabre Foundation works to provide populations in developing countries with better access to medicines and quality care. Its five areas of intervention are the training of healthcare professionals, the fight against sickle cell disease, access to healthcare for vulnerable populations, e-health and dermatology. In 2023, the Foundation ran 35 programs in 21 countries in Africa, South-East Asia, Lebanon and Haiti.

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