The introduction of Pharmadex has so far targeted individual country requirements. Currently, under the African Medicines Regulatory Harmonization initiatives, efforts are underway to adopt common and harmonized processes and communication platforms for medicine registration in regional economic communities, such as EAC, ECOWAS, and the Southern African Development Community. The purpose of this report is therefore to describe the currently known processes in selected countries and develop a model set of business processes for medicine registration based on internationally accepted standards. These model business processes can then serve as the basis for establishing a model version of Pharmadex’s registration module.
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