OUR RESULTS

  • ZAZIBONA Joint Assessments

    ZAZIBONA Initiative established, medicine registration applications and approval jointly done by member countries.

  • EAC Joint Assessments

    40-60% reduction in review of medicine registration applications

  • 3rd Biennial Scientific Conference

    Convened 3rd Biennial Scientific Conference on medical products regulation in Africa

  • Clinical Trials Training Manual developed and piloted

    Piloted in 2017 at the University of Ghana School of Public Health

  • Monitoring and Evaluation guidelines developed and piloted

    Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) indicators piloted in East African Community (EAC)

  • Capacity enhanced in data collection, management, analysis and dissemination.

    Capacity building workshops held in 2017

  • African Innovation Outlook 3 validated

    Validation workshop was held in Namibia in 2017)

  • Education, Science, Technology and Innovation web platform

    Platform currently under development 

  • SADC Framework on STI adopted

    Framework on STI surveys and indicators adopted by SADC Member States

  • Initiated dialogue on policy review and reforms on application of emerging technologies

    Dialogue targeted decision and policy makers in ECOWAS, EAC, ECCAS, COMESA, IGAD and SADC

  • Regional platform for integrated vector management established

    The platform will address multiple vector diseases across the continent starting in West Africa

  • Conducted skills and capacity audit for regulators

    Health and environmental regulators skills and capacity built in ECOWAS, EAC, ECCAS, COMESA, IGAD and SADC.

  • AU High-Level panel on emerging technologies established

    10 member panel established in October 2016

  • AU reports on 3 emerging technologies launched

    Gene drives for malaria elimination; Drones for Agricultural transformation; and Micro-grids to empower communities.

  • Successfully registered 103 medical products

    through a collaborative medicines registration process in Southern Africa

  • Functional biosafety systems established and supported in 17 countries

    more than 10,000 biosafety regulators trained on the application of agricultural biotechnology

  • First AU Model Law on Medical Products Regulation

    adapted and implemented by 12 African countries since 2017 to improve access to safe and high-quality medicines

  • Successfully registered 103 medical products

    through a collaborative medicines registration process in Southern Africa