Who we are

Access Accelerated (AA) is a unique cross-industry collaboration that seeks to reduce barriers to prevention, treatment and care for NCDs in lower- and middle-income countries through health systems strengthening and alignment with Universal Health Coverage objectives and priorities. For the first time, 24 global biopharmaceutical companies have come together to bring their global reach and local expertise in partnership with countries, civil society, multilaterals and NGOs to support cross-sectoral dialogue and drive on-the-ground implementation and action plans to address NCDs.

Our impact

AA works towards a future where no one dies prematurely from treatable, preventable diseases and all people living with or at risk of NCDs have access to appropriate, quality, and affordable prevention, treatment and care. AA recognizes that only by putting the needs of people living with NCDs first and acting in collaboration with governments, civil society, multilaterals, NGOs and others can the global community make measurable and sustainable progress against NCDs in developing countries.

How do we get there?

Access Accelerated is committed to helping to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the target to reduce premature deaths from NCDs by one-third by 2030 and seeks to lead private sector engagement in driving access to NCD prevention, treatment and care for people living with NCDs around the world.  We believe that:

  • NCDs are an urgent public health challenge
  • The private sector – particularly, the pharmaceutical industry – has a critical role to play in facilitating access to NCD care
  • Access Accelerated is stronger than the sum of its parts and is an impact-focused, holistic private sector contribution to the global effort on NCDs


Pediatric Diabetes : “KiDS and Diabetes in Schools” project: Experience with an international educational intervention among parents and school professionals
This article presents the results of a pilot evaluation on diabetes knowledge and behavior of caregivers and school staff of providing education on diabetes in a school s..
Workshop focuses on people living with NCDs in Kenya
NCDA Kenya (NCDAK) and NCD Alliance held a workshop on 21-22 March to develop The Advocacy Agenda of People living with NCDs (PLWNCDs) in Kenya. The meeting aimed to cons..
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Access Accelerated and IFPMA hold 2018 UN General Assembly side event
DOWNLOAD JAPANESE TRANSLATIONIn the days leading up to the third United Nations High-Level Meeting on NCDs, Access Accelerated and IFPMA convened partners and stakehol...
Access Accelerated Stakeholder Collaboration in Kenya: Day 2 in Review
Our “Building Solutions to Patient Challenges in Non-Communicable Diseases” event concluded after a second day of elevating patient voices to enable them to define the...
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