ALGIERS- Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform Abdelmalek Boudiaf participated Monday in the 48th session of Arab Health Ministers Council in Geneva.
ALGIERS- Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform, Abdelmalek Boudiaf underlined Saturday in Geneva the support of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to the African candidate, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, to the post of General Director of the World Health Organization, said a communiqué of the ministry.
ALGIERS- Minister of Vocational Training, interim Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Mohamed Mebarki stressed Thursday in Algiers the need for taking advantage of the scientific research in the development of the national economy and trust the national competences.
ALGIERS- The National Scientific Research Fair, organized under the theme “Scientific research in the service of the country,” kicked off Thursday, in Algiers, with the participation of 400 exhibitors.
ALGIERS-Algerian researcher Said Bouhalal at the University of Setif has developed a technique for the regeneration of plastic wastes to polymer grains, the Director general of the National Centre for Renewable Energy Development (CDER) Noureddine Yassa.
ALGIERS- The Central Pharmacy of Hospitals (PCH) was officially elected Tuesday, in Algiers, as a member of the African Association of Essential Drugs Purchasing Centres (ACAME), a measure anticipating new prospects for the Algerian pharmaceutical industry.
ALGIERS- Participants at the 18th International Pharmaceutical Forum recommended cooperation among the African countries to develop the pharmaceutical industry and subsequently achieve self-sufficiency in terms of drugs.
ALGIERS- The Algerian pharmaceutical market was estimated at €3.3 billion late 2016, said Monday in Algiers Health Ministry’s director for pharmacy Hamou Hafed.
ALGIERS- Minister of Health, Population and Health Reform Abdelmalek Boudiaf called Monday, in Algiers, for the implementation of an African Agency for medicines in charge of strengthening national capacities in the field of the control of pharmaceutical products.
ALGIERS- The 18th International Pharmaceutical Forum opened Sunday evening in Algiers in the presence of at least 3,000 participants representing 32 nations from Africa and other parts of the world.