African Pharmaceutical Network
Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems for a Healthy & Prosperous Africa
The African Pharmaceutical Network (APN) is a network that brings together pharmacy professionals, stakeholders and organizations working in the African Pharmaceutical Sector for knowledge sharing, policy shaping and innovation nurturing partnerships towards a robust pharmaceutical sector anchored on; reliable access to safe, efficacious and affordable quality medicines and pharmaceuticals services for the African people.
Stemming from our inclination and focus on improving access to quality pharmaceutical products and services, we identified key interfacing sections of the industry that need strengthening to realize the grand vision. These serve as the pieces of the puzzle that need unravelling and so we focus on optimizing them collaboratively across the industry with the segment specific experts, resources & our internal capabilities.
Focused on advancing the development of the African pharmaceutical industry, APN works across the continuum of pharmaceutical industry from research and development, pharmaceutical manufacturing, regulation of medicines, pharmaceutical supply chain, pharmaceutical financing, pharmaceutical care, global health pharmacy and pharmaceutical policy.
African Pharmaceutical Network (APN) partners with Bloom Public Health to Bolster Pharmaceutical Systems Strengthening Interventions in Africa
African Pharmaceutical Network (APN), a Pan-African network of pharmaceutical industry professionals, stakeholders and organizations working to ensure reliable access to safe, effective and quality medicines
African Pharmaceutical Network (APN) signs a partnership deal with Holistic Drug Discovery and Development (H3D) Foundation to Build Pharmaceutical Research and Development Capacity in Africa
Pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) on the African continent is set for a welcome boost following the signing of a partnership deal between African Pharmaceutical
Recent publications by the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) stressed the importance of pharmacists in the immunization chain. From industrial manufacturing, distribution, and marketing of vaccines