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Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN)

Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN)

Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network is a Christian, not for profit, independent organization committed to the provision of quality pharmaceutical services as a means to achieving global goals and targets on health and access to medicines. EPN is a worldwide network of associations, institutions, and individuals who have an interest or are involved in the delivery of just and compassionate quality pharmaceutical services.

EPN's strategy seeks to strengthen the Church pharmaceutical sector and enhance interventions that improve people’s access to quality pharmaceutical services, informed by EPN’s experience of supporting church pharmaceutical systems for over two decades. EPN strengthens the church health systems by focusing on the following strategic areas:

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EPN's new Executive Director: Rev. Baraka Kabudi

On 1 st January 2013, the board of the Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN) appointed Rev. Baraka Kabudi as the new Executive Director of EPN. Donna Kusemererwa will be leaving the EPN ... »Read more

Conference Report
equal access

Access to quality medicines: priority needs, priority actions for today and tomorrow

Addis Ababa, 21-23 March 2012. The biennial Forum and General meeting of the Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network (EPN) is an opportunity for EPN members to meet physically to discuss and make ... »Read more

medicines and technology

Promoting Patient Safety – Medications without Harm

Kampala, 15-18 May 2018, EPN Forum 2018. "We are pleased to announce that the EPN Forum 2018 will be hosted by the Joint Medical Stores (JMS) in Kampala, Uganda from 15 to 18 May ... »Read more | »Show all (3)

diseases control

EPN members

"More than 100 members from 37 countries that serve almost 300 million people! That is our network, providing healthcare and pharmaceutical services to all. The Ecumenical Pharmaceutical ... »Read more

human resources

Until every church health facility has qualified pharmaceutical staff

Here is the reality: The lack of trained pharmaceutical personnel in the church health sector has been an ongoing problem. Many Church Health Facilities (CHFs) in sub-Saharan Africa ... »Read more | »Show all (16)


Annual Report 2016 of the Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network

The EPN Annual Report 2016 is available in English language. Download it here . ... »Read more | »Show all (7)

medicines and technology

EPN newsletter "Netlink"

The mission of MMI Network member Ecumenical Pharmaceutical Network EPN is to promote access to quality pharmaceutical services for all. The bimonthly "Netlink" newsletter is one of EPN's key ... »Read more | »Show all (2)

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