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The EU-Africa Business Forum 2022 offers the opportunity to further explore how pharmaceutical productive capacities in Africa can be fostered and identify what framework conditions are required to facilitate development of the continent´s industry.
In this year’s Fight the Fakes week, IFPMA will partner with its Africa-based sister associations to facilitate a discussion on the importance of multi-stakeholder collaboration and appropriate legislative frameworks in curbing the threat of substandard and falsified medicines.
Amidst the COVID-19 health crisis, young African entrepreneurs have developed region-specific technologies and solutions to ensure continued access to healthcare while supporting, protecting, and equipping healthcare professionals in the delivery of essential care.
The WTO’s Twelfth Ministerial Conference (MC12) presents an opportunity for WTO members to formalize and pursue a robust trade and health agenda that builds on these principles and further strengthens the open and rules-based international trading system in response to COVID-19 and future health crises.
We are excited to announce the formal partnership between the H3D-Foundation (H3D-F) and IFPMA with an event titled ‘Strengthening Capacity for Health Innovation in Africa’.
The proposal for a TRIPS waiver, made initially by India and South Africa last October, received additional impetus in May when U.S announced its initial support of the waiver and the text-based negotiations at WTO TRIPS Council.
The Award is IFPMA and Speak Up Africa's flagship program celebrating the pioneering young entrepreneurs whose work advances health across the region by helping Award winners bring their innovations to life.
IFPMA, IPASA, KAPI, AREPI and LIPA are hosting a first conversation with Holistic Drug Discovery and Development (H3D) Foundation on 27 July from 14:00 to 15:30 CET to hear the inspiring H3D story, discover its capacity development programs for local talent in Africa, and learn how IFPMA members can get involved.
The virtual session on Young African Public Health Leadership is co-hosted by the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) and Chatham House Global Health Programme.
The African Medicines Agency (AMA) creates an unprecedented opportunity for improved regulatory reliance and strengthening resulting in speeder access to medicines and vaccines for people throughout the continent.