• 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

17 / 03

Counterfeit medical products: the domain of organized crime but also of “small time” criminals

Counterfeit medical products constitute a lucrative trade in full expansion that concerns 10% of the world medical market according to the WHO. Though it is more profitable than the illegal drug trade, counterfeiters risk much lighter sentences, even though legislation does exist to punish them. A notable exception would be certain African countries where there is an utter legal void in terms of counterfeit products.

11 / 03

Counterfeit medical products: The countries most affected and the countries that counterfeit the most

At the start of the 2000s, the WHO analyzed seizures around the world and estimated 60% of counterfeit medical products were destined for developing countries, while 40% were for developed countries.

18 / 02

Press-Conference by Orange-Tunisie and Al-Bawsala

A press conference was held on February 17, 2015 for the signing of the partnership Convention between Al-Bawsala and Orange-Tunisie with Claude Chirac in attendance.

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

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