On June 30th the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) launched the country’s first National Medicines Policy (NMP) in Port-au-Prince. The policy, developed by the Haitian MSPP with the support of SIAPS Program, establishes a framework for pharmaceutical regulation in the country. The launch was chaired by Haitian Prime Minister Evans Paul and […]
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Improving the availability and accessibility of safe, and affordable quality essential medicines is crucial to fighting common diseases and improving public health around the world. The establishment of national policies that clearly lay out legal and administrative terms for the pharmacy sector, strengthen the national medicine supply system, and promote the rational use of medicines […]
Access to medicines remains a major issue for the Haitian population. National-level statistics show that less than half the population has acceptable access to medicines. In addition, for those who have access, there is no guarantee of the quality of medicines. As part of the strategy to reform the health system, the MSPP has decided to develop a new NMP. This policy is a commitment from the nation to provide quality pharmaceutical services to the Haitian population on the basis of equity and justice.
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Project dates: September 2011–December 2016