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Africa - African Medicines Regulatory Harmonization Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the African Medicines Regulatory Harmonization Project for Africa were as follows: outcomes were moderately unsatisfactory, the Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory, and the quality of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) was modest. Some lessons learned included: establish a realistic, coherent, and clear PDO in order to improve project performance and effectiveness. assess risks and develop and implement mitigation measures before risks impact project performance.jointly develop clear institutional and implementation arrangements to address the complex coordination requirements inherent to regional harmonization of medicines registration.consider operational details of virtual budgeting and clearly communicate them to clients in order to ensure transparency and accountability.Take into account the capacity and limitations of implementing agencies in order to avoid unnecessary setbacks.Allocate additional resources for institutional strengthening in less-resourced National Medicines Regulatory Agencies (NMRAs) to facilitate their eventual full participation in the harmonized system over the long term.leverage Bank operations at the country level to address emerging issues.

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