Supporting streamlined access to new vector control tools in endemic countries through raising understanding of the WHO pre-qualification process and supporting country regulators to access the information they need to make efficient and informed decisions. I2I will also work to support WHO’s efforts to develop a vector control Collaborative Registration Procedure to facilitate more timely market access for new tools.
Despite significant progress, the efficacy of existing vector control tools is threatened by increasing insecticide resistance and gaps in coverage. As novel products enter into the market, the need for efficient country access for these tools is critical. This video highlights the challenges faced by regulators across sub-Saharan Africa, and calls for action from key stakeholders to work together to overcome the challenges.Watch video
Coordinate engagement with Country Regulators:
Support WHO to develop a vector control Collaborative Registration Procedure (CRP) for vector control;