SADC Flagship Course on Pharmaceutical Reform held in Cape Town

11-15 July 2011

The Flagship course was organised through the Southern African Regional Programme on Access to Medicines and Diagnostics (SARPAM) with support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the African Development Bank (ADB). SARPAM is a 4 year project to support the implementation of the SADC Pharmaceutical Business Plan which was approved in 2007 and aims to improve the access to quality affordable essential medicines in the region, and to assist regional pharmaceutical collaboration by SADC member states.  

Carolle Kinyua & Bvudzai Magadzire (UWC School of Public Health) and Kim Ward (UWC School of Pharmacy).


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