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  • 12/16/2019

    International Global Health Protection Programme Symposium

    The third edition of the International GHPP Symposium took place in Berlin on the 3. and 4. December 2019. During this two-day event, over 100 Public Health experts from 19 countries and representatives of German federal ministries and institutions gathered to discuss project results, milestones reached and challenges faced in 2019 with an outlook on securing the sustainability of the 24 GHPP projects, as the programme enters the last phase of this cycle.

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  • 12/04/2019

    Achieving a milestone: returning trainees from the Liberian medicines authority deliver in-house seminars

    November 2019 – Returning trainees from the Liberian medicines authority held the first in-house seminar. Acting as multipliers, they trained their colleagues at their home agency on the topics that they were instructed on, and suggested areas for improvement. This seminar was based on a recently implemented standard operating procedure for internal training.

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  • 12/02/2019

    Improving clinical trials oversight in Sierra Leone

    September 2019 – The Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone has updated the regulation for clinical trials and amended the guideline accordingly, and implemented standard procedures and templates to assess clinical trial applications. These documents clearly define the sponsor’s responsibilities, and strengthen the Board’s capacity to regulate and monitor clinical trials.

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  • 12/02/2019

    Surveillance of Blood Safety - BloodTrain trains in Haemovigilance

    October 2019 – The BloodTrain team trained its five partner countries and neighbouring countries to set up a surveillance system for monitoring blood safety. The monitoring and reporting of adverse reactions in patients after transfusion is an important step towards greater safety of blood components.

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  • 11/12/2019

    October 2019: HCID workshop with new cooperation partner Opera Village

    From 14-18 October 2019, the EFFO project organised a workshop on "High Consequence Infectious Diseases" (HCID) at Robert Koch Institute in cooperation with the Opera Village Africa. The aim was to connect different actors from the project country Burkina Faso as well as to build capacities for detection and treatment of HCID cases.

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  • 10/16/2019

    The RegTrain-Project launches its fellowship programme

    Bonn/Langen, October 2019 - The Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) and the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) are each training two fellows from the Ghanaian and Zimbabwean regulatory authorities since the beginning of October. The fellows had the opportunity to interact with experts from both regulatory authorities and the World Health Organization at a joint kick-off meeting on 11 October 2019 in Bonn.

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  • 10/09/2019

    Back-to-back training courses in DQA

    DQA 8 and DQA 9 enable/d colleagues from the national drug quality control laboratories (NDQCL) of Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Zambia and Cameroon to receive training at the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) and Institute for Pharmaceutical and Applied Analytics (InphA).

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  • 09/25/2019

    Future Nigerian IPC champions start training

    The trainings of IPC personnel for the Nigerian health system started on 17-30 June 2019 in Lagos with a 14-day course on the scientific and technical basis of infection prevention and control measures in health facilities.

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  • 09/24/2019

    EFFO expands engagement in Rwanda

    Training activities are intensified and complemented by immediate interventions.

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  • 09/12/2019

    Strengthening clinical trials oversight in Liberia

    The RegTrain VaccTrain team and the Liberian Authority have developed a guideline for clinical trials in humans and standard operating procedures. This guideline, together with the regulation developed with the support of the RegTrain VaccTrain team, will become the cornerstone for the regulation of clinical trials in Liberia.

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