• April 29, 2015

    King Fahd Palace Hotel - Dakar

    Open to all interested parties, the workshop aims at promoting an integrated approach to tackle counterfeit medicines

  • Press Conference by Orange-Tunisie and Al-Bawsala

    February 17, 2015 - Tunis

    Following the 2014 Prize for Conflict Prevention, a press conference was held on February 17th, 2015 for the signing of a partnership between Al-Bawsala and Orange-Tunisie with Claude Chirac in attendance

  • Amira Yahyaoui

    2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention

  • Clowns Sans Frontières

    2014 Laureate of the Prize Culture for Peace

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Internet and the development of counterfeit medical products

The simultaneous explosion in the 2000s of e-commerce and counterfeit medical products is not a coincidence.

2 / 04

Malaria and falsified medicine: a deadly combination

Malaria is a potentially deadly disease due to parasites such as Plasmodium transmitted to humans by the infected female Anopheles mosquito.

27 / 03

Falsified medicines: What types are concerned?

Economically developed countries tend to believe that only "social" or "comfort" drugs ared counterfeited. Reality is quite different. Far from being limited to a single category, counterfeiting extends to all types of drugs. The fact that they are considered vital or subject to mandatory prescription is of little importance to criminals, who only see a highly profitable business opportunity.


A year of conflict ruins the benefits of 10 years of peace.

"Rally so that peace may prevail over factors of war."