WHO programme member update – March 2021

WHO programme / 30 March 2021

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Once again, it’s our pleasure to welcome three new full members to the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring. Honduras and Albania became full members in December 2020 and Lebanon in March 2021. 

The programme now has 143 full members and 28 associate members.

 

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Honduras

Honduras

Honduras – Agencia de Regulación Sanitaria (ARSA), full member since December 2020.

Albania

Albania

Lebanon

Lebanon

Lebanon – Ministry of Public Health, full member since March 2021.

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