In the process, our collaboration will also benefit the livelihoods of youngpeople in Africa. saidReeta Roy, President, and CEO of the Mastercard Foundation.
The partnership between the IPD and the Mastercard Foundation will accelerate thedevelopment of a formally trained workforce in Africa to support vaccine manufacturingprojects on the continent.
We extend our gratitude to the Mastercard Foundation for investing in our missionto accelerate equitable and sustainable access to health in Africa along with other financialand technical partners of the MADIBA project, saidAmadou Sall, the CEO of IPD.
This partnership builds on the gamechanging intent of the Saving Lives and Livelihoods initiative.
Graduates of the MADIBA training program willhelp drive the success of other manufacturing facilities, contributing to a multiplier effect andtransformation of vaccine manufacturing capabilities on the continent.
This partnership between the Mastercard Foundation and IPD will enhance human capitaldevelopment for biomanufacturing in Africa.