The Arcady Group’s work is collaborative in nature. We know that radical change in global health only comes from multiple stakeholder groups coming together with a shared vision and commitment to action.
The Stop TB Partnership recently published a news article on their site entitled, “Stop TB Partnership’s TB REACH initiative funds innovation and fosters grantee-grantee collaboration.” In the article, they highlight Scientific Animations without Borders (SAWBO) and Stony Brook University’s Global Health Institute as organizations working to diagnose, educate and treat tuberculosis. The two groups recognized synergies in their projects and have been sharing expertise and resources to advance their missions.
The Arcady Group, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, arranged for evriMED medication event monitors to be used as part of the Stony Brook project. The technology is helping to connect individuals with TB in remote Madagascar to central laboratories by collecting data on medication adherence and enabling dose-history driven interventions and differentiated care.