The “Access and Delivery Partnership” (ADP) is supported by the Government of Japan and led by UNDP. ADP is a unique collaboration between UNDP, WHO, TDR, and PATH. Since 2013, the ADP partners has provided the full range of technical expertise necessary to strengthen national capacities for effective introduction and scale-up of health technologies for tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases in low and middle income countries, namely Tanzania, Ghana and Indonesia. UNU-IIGH will undertake a gender analysis of the project, develop a set of recommendations to mainstream gender into the project and assist us to design of training / capacity building and other gender activities for the next phase of the study. It is anticipated that the model will be transferable to other areas of work.