Master Alliance Provisions Guide (MAPGuide)

University of Washington – Medicines Patent Pool, Long-acting Injectable HIV Treatment License Agreement

  • Business model | Product supply

<p>“<b>Minimum Supply Targetsb>” means any targets agreed between Unitaid and UW in accordance with the terms of the Unitaid Agreement in relation to minimum production capacity, minimum annual production volumes, maximum order lead time for delivery and/or minimum order quantity for a Final Product, each for the benefit of the <a href=”#kt“>Public Sectora> in the Territory.p>
<p><span style=”textdecoration: underline;”><strong>3. Right to Sublicense to MPP Sublicenseesstrong>span>p>
<p><strong>3.1.strongMPP may grant <a class=”ghiaakeytermlinktitle=”click for definitionhref=”” datatermid=”283“>sub-licensesa> and may disclose to MPP Licensees only such of the Confidential Information as is necessary for the exercise of the rights sublicensed, subject in each case to the following conditions: [&#8230;]p>
<p style=”paddingleft: 25px;”>3.1.2. MPP will ensure that Commercialisation Partners selected possess or will possess prior to any applicable activities relating to the Licensed Products sufficient known sources of supply and production capacity to ensure continuity of supply of the Licensed Product to the Public Sector in accordance with Minimum Supply Targets provided that UW shares with MPP the Minimum Supply Targets in timely manner[.]p>
<p><span style=”textdecoration: underline;”><b>Schedule 4b><b>Commercialisation Agreement Term Sheetb>span>p>
<p><strong>2. Access Commitmentsstrong><strong>:strongCommercialisation Partner will ensure that Licensed Products are made available in accordance with the following specific access commitments (the “<em><strong>Specific Access Commitmentsstrong>em>”): [&#8230;]p>
<p style=”paddingleft: 25px;”><span style=”textdecoration: underline;”>c. Supply Commitment:spanthe Licensed Products will be made available in a timely manner and in sufficient quantities to meet the needs of the Public Sector in the Territory, including in accordance with any Minimum Supply Targets, and shall prioritise delivery of firm orders from the Public Sector over firm orders from the Private Sector.p>