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Pharmacy regulation is the primary activity to ensure a smooth running of pharmaceutical services. Duties of the pharmacists
in regulatory affairs field are various due to the large field of operation, we can say communication with the partners helping
them to understand local regulatory environment, preparation of the local files and documents to be ready for submission to the
health authority in order to ensure that all partner?s documents remains highly confidential. It comprises drug importation and
registration authorities, pharmacovigilance, inspection and supervision. At International Pharmaceutical Students? Federation
(IPSF), we equip participants with different skills such as time management, organizational skills and group working in order
to find the best solutions in pharmacy regulation. A pharmacist as a life-long learner, good communicator, manager, leader and
decision maker as stated in the seven-star pharmacist, the pharmacy regulation is assured. A number of African countries are
home to illegal medicines? trade and irrational use of drugs, they are sold as other else product while they should be protected in
order to ensure proper use to enhance appropriate therapy. East Africa undertook strategies to regulate medicines flow. Global
merged thoughts of health scientists and governments? input are important to ensure a safe running of drug products in legal way
of operation. Pharmacy regulation found its role in setting rules to enhance proper running of medicines in the country.
Mr. Afadhali Diallo, pharmacy intern at Rubavu district hospital is the President of Africa Pharmacy students at International Pharmaceutical Students?
Federation (IPSF). He has represented his country in Kenya and Tanzania to their international pharmacy conferences also as Youth Ambassador at
Project SAVE. He has organized the 2012 Central African Regional Symposium on drug abuse eradication. He participated in the first IPSF African
Leaders In Training (LIT) and the first African Pharmaceutical Symposium in Algiers. He was elected the 2012-2013 Chairperson of IPSF African
Regional Office for pharmacy students and recent graduates in July 2012.
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