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Eritrea ranked top by UMC- WHO in ADR reporting




Eritrea an African country located in the north east region on the red coast sea bordering Ethiopia and Sudan, has been reported as the top country in reporting adverse drug reaction through safety reports submitted to global database by the Uppsala Monitoring Centre (Sweden), the collaborating centre for WHO as part of their international drug monitoring programme.

The Pharmacovigilance programme of Eritrea was carried out at maturity LEVEL THREE as per UMC with the assistance of local strength engaged in providing harmonization. Eritrea has identified 11 safety concerns on their medicinal products, which were also published in international peer reviewed journals. The Eritrean work on Pharmacovigilance has been globally acknowledged with insights on revising the policy of Eritrean Healthcare system.

Recognizing the significant contribution made in pharmacovigilance,Eritrea along with Netherlands and Peru has been invited for the upcoming 40th Anniversary of UMC on May 18 to share their ground breaking experience in taking Pharmacovigilance towards a new horizon.
Reference:

·         Eritrea country profile, Africa, BBC News (url: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13349078)
·         Press Release, Eritrea- Ministry of Information (url: http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/26023-press-release )

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