The Missing Medicines coalition, coordinated by STOPAIDS, is a network of STOPAIDS members and other organisations committed to ensuring people everywhere get the medicines they need at prices they can afford. We use advocacy and public campaigning to build awareness of access to medicines issues in the UK and around the world.

Coalition Supporters Include:

Global Justice Now are a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world. GJN mobilise people in the UK for change, and act in solidarity with those fighting injustice, particularly in the global south.

Youth Stop AIDS are a youth-led movement campaigning for a world without AIDS. Their goal is zero new HIV infections, zero HIV-related stigma and discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths

Universities Allied for Essential Medicines is a student-led organisation working to improve access to and affordability of medicines around the world, and to increase research and development of drugs for neglected tropical diseases

Students For Global Health is an organisation run by students for students. They have a vision of a fair and just world in which equity in health is a reality for all. They educate, advocate and act towards global health equity for students all across the United Kingdom, of all disciplines and backgrounds.

Just Treatment is a patient-led campaign fighting to secure fair and affordable access to medicines on the NHS, and to bring about a medical innovation system that prioritises the lives of patients and public health over the profits of pharmaceutical companies.

Health Poverty Action works alongside ignored communities worldwide who refuse to accept the injustices that deny people a healthy life. They act in solidarity with health workers, activists and communities worldwide to improve health and challenge the causes of poverty.

Mohga KamalYanni is an independent consultant, currently serving as a senior policy and technical advisor to UNAIDS and the People Vaccine Alliance on access to COVID-19 health technologies, and is key advisor to the NGO board members of UNITAID.