Working together to uniformly license veterinary medicines in East Africa: How the East African Community’s Mutual Recognition Procedure works

In 2012, representatives from the national regulatory authorities in East African formed an interim Technical Working Group

Abstract

In 2012, representatives from the national regulatory authorities in the East African region formed an interim Technical Working Group. The group successfully developed a harmonised process for the registration of veterinary vaccines, referred to as Immunological Veterinary Products (IVPs), with technical and financial support from GALVmed.

This is an output from the ‘Global Alliance For Livestock Veterinary Medicines (GALVmed): Phase 2 – Protecting Livestock and Saving Human Lives’ programme

Citation

East African Community (2016) Working together to uniformly license veterinary medicines in East Africa: How the East African Community’s Mutual Recognition Procedure works

Working together to uniformly license veterinary medicines in East Africa: How the East African Community’s Mutual Recognition Procedure works

Published 31 August 2016