The future evolution of our website

Dear visitors and web users,

In order to better inform you, our site will undergo a first evolution in the coming days. 


Its presentation and navigation modes will therefore change, and new sharing functionalities will appear.

Several of our friends wanted us to put more emphasis on the action we are taking. We have taken their opinions into account and the future navigation bar and home page will reflect this wish.

The international health crisis has further validated action against falsified and substandard medicines. The Lomé initiative, which is very promising, therefore needs greater visibility and a new, more didactic space will be created.

Finally, the section on partnerships will also be revised. Partnerships between institutions have a term, linked to the duration of the projects carried out jointly. We are going to make better use of existing partnerships.

Thank you for reading us regularly. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your opinions.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Richard Amalvy
Chief executive

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The future evolution of our website


Dear visitors and web users, In order to better inform you, our site will undergo a first evolution in the coming days. 


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Richard Amalvy appointed as new Chief executive of the Fou…


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