In line with Policy Cures Research’s mission, our pipeline tracker provides information on product candidates for diseases and issues that disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries, such as tuberculosis, malaria and sleeping sickness. It covers all product categories including drugs, vaccines, diagnostics and vector control products, and all stages of research, from early-stage R&D through to product registration.
This tracker allows global health actors to efficiently allocate funding by identifying gaps or overlaps in the R&D pipeline. It also helps mobilise funds by highlighting the progress made when money is invested in R&D.
The pipeline tracker draws on data collected as part of a project supported by the WHO-TDR and Duke University.