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Market Dynamics at R4D

Market Dynamics

Market Dynamics is an emerging field in global development that focuses on market inefficiencies – whether in pricing, distribution, or elsewhere – that cost the global community billions of dollars and prevent millions of individuals globally from achieving access to life-saving products. R4D’s Market Dynamics practice has developed strategies to achieve hundreds of millions of dollars in savings and sustainable availability of high-quality products for nutrition, AIDS, malaria, and neglected diseases treatment and prevention. Read more...

Market Dynamics Impact
In July 2011, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation commissioned R4D to identify opportunities to improve the global marketplace for LLINs. R4D rapidly engaged with 140 actors including suppliers, countries, and global financiers and regulators to achieve it.
In February 2011, the Global Fund’s Market Dynamics Committee (MDC) commissioned R4D to develop concrete strategies which optimized ‘value for money’ across its health commodities portfolio, with a particular focus on the $500 million in possible savings on HIV/AIDS drugs.