The PAVIA project aims to strengthen pharmacovigilance (PV) in four African countries: Ethiopia, Eswatini, Nigeria, and Tanzania. To achieve this aim, collaborative support will be harnessed across several institutions in Europe and Africa.
Nigeria used this opportunity and launched the Med Safety App to boost ADR reportin...
The World Health Organization (WHO) has defined pharmacovigilance (PV) as “the sc...
Training report: Eswatini Active Drug-Safety Monitoring and Management (aDSM) System in th...
PAVIA-Kick-off-meeting-Nigeria_report-1.pdf (131 downloads) This report summarizes ...
PAVIA-Kick-off-meeting-Ethiopia_report.pdf (137 downloads) This report summarizes t...
PAVIA-KICK-OFF-MEETING-DAR-ES-SALAAM-30MAY2018-REPORT.pdf (165 downloads) This report summ...
"Workpackage 5 lead"
Blandina Theophil Mmbaga- is a paediatrician at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), Director of the Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute (KCRI), senior... read more
"Workpackage 3 lead"
Linda Härmark studied pharmacy at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. After graduation she relocated to the Netherlands where she joined the Netherlands... read more
"Workpackage 2 lead"
Professor Ambrose O. Isah graduated from the University of Ibadan Medical School in 1979 and had his residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital... read more
He is the Managing Director/Chief Operating Officer (MD/COO), of the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria and also an Ex-officio Director of the Board. He is responsible for the... read more
She graduated in 2002 in Master of Science Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies (Grade A cum laude). Since 2003 up to now she is working with a research contract at the... read more
She is responsible for giving policy direction to the National Pharmaceutical Services of the Kingdom of Eswatini, Review of Pharmaceutical Legislations and Regulations, Development ... read more
Following are participants involved in PAVIA Project