Contraceptive product registration:
regional harmonisation through the East African Community mechanism

Contraceptive product registration

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted access to contraception as a result of supply chain challenges, staff shortages and lockdowns, to name a few. This article looks at Catalyst Global’s experience in registering the contraceptive product, AVIBELA, using the East African Community Medicines Regulatory Harmonisation Initiative.

 

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