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1: Who are the DNDi?


All things have their beginning, and no change arrives devoid of a cause. Accordingly, we’re kicking off this mini-series with a very special guest: DNDi’s founder and fearless leader, Bernard Pécoul. Here he discusses the organization’s origins, mission, and how it aims to challenge and change the status quo.

Bernard Pécoul
is the Executive Director of the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative.

Angus Stewart
the host of this podcast series, is Associate Editor at The Medicine Maker.


Mentioned in the episode
•  Médecins Sans Frontières, AKA Doctors Without Borders
•  the DNDi’s work on Hep C in Malaysia
•  DNDi’s funding and spending model

If you have thoughts on anything you heard in this episode and want to share them or contribute to the magazine, then drop me an email at [email protected]

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