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The Comoros get financial support from France for its new central purchasing of medicines in the archipelago




The Comoros get financial support from France for its new central purchasing of medicines in the archipelago
The embassy of France in Moroni has made a gift of a first batch of drugs with a value of 101,000 euros to the new central purchasing of drugs of the Union of Comoros (CAMUC) created in associative form and which replaced in 2012 the autonomous national pharmacy of the deficit archipelago (PNAC).

The vice-president in charge of the Ministry of health, Fouad Mohadji, warmly thanked France of this support and announced that the arrival of a new stock of medicines is also programmed in less than two months.

Fouad Mohadji pointed out that the budgetary support of French authorities amounted to 1.5 million euros (760 million Comorian francs), and will be used exclusively to repay the debt of the PNAC and the operating costs of the new central purchasing.

The first counselor of the French Embassy, Dominique Homa, said that her country will provide, from November 2013 to the technical support through a CAMUC provided to staff training and management support, as indicates the site lagazettedescomores.com.



Anli Saendou


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