Developing a reference manual on substandard and falsified medical products legislation
03 February 2023
The first seminar to develop the reference manual on substandard and falsified medical products legislation was held in the Seychelles on 30 January to 3 February 2023. The seminar brought together national legal experts and international experts to elaborate the structure and contents of the document and exchange experiences and practices from their different countries.
Law enforcement: observations and recommendations
05 May 2023
Regional law enforcement seminar (Accra, Ghana)
31 March 2023
Technical seminar on acceding to the MEDICRIME Convention in Burundi
22 March 2023
Insights on the MEDICRIME Convention
06 December 2022
MEDISAFE is a non-profit international cooperation project. Its mission is to combat illicit traffic and enhance the safety of medicines in Eastern and Central Africa
Its objectives are to tackle organized crime and improve health outcomes by helping 11 partner countries identify falsified medicines, combat their production and trafficking and co-ordinate these activities between countries in the region.Learn more
MEDISAFE is part of the CBRN CoE Initiative. It is financed by the European Union for the benefit of 11 partner countries that have decided to participate in tackling the issue: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Seychelles, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
Expertise France and its 5 European partners form a consortium that implements the project and manages cooperation between networks of international and local experts.Learn more
partner countries in Eastern and Central Africa
million euros budget to boost the fight against falsified medicines
months to help partners tackle organized crime and improve health outcomes
operating partners bringing expertise and experience to the project
MEDISAFE has 7 operating partner organizations including pharmaceutical, medical and public health organizations from the European Union. It works with 11 partner countries across Eastern and Central Africa.