Assessment of Drugs’ Donation Practices in Sudan

@inproceedings{Doro2012AssessmentOD,
  title={Assessment of Drugs’ Donation Practices in Sudan},
  author={Jacob L. Doro and Asim Faroug Mustafa and Ahmed S. Eldalo and Mirghani A Yousif},
  year={2012}
}
The quality requirements of drug donation are different from those of other donated items. Purpose: To describe and assess key aspects of pharmaceutical donations in Sudan, the kinds of benefits and drawbacks associated with drug donations, and the government controlling role in the donation process. Methods: Retrospective and prospective studies were conducted in the period from April 2007 to Mar 2008 in the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and some working NGOs’ data bases. Some quality… CONTINUE READING

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