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   JULY 2019 SEE A VIDEO OF THE CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS  eHealth Observatory LEARN MORE FOR VICTIMS of sexual violence in the Central African Republic With Dr Denis Mukwege in attendance, the Fondation Pierre Fabre signed a financing agreement with the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) for a programme to create a holistic treatment centre for victims of sexual and gender-based violence in the Bangui region of the Central African Republic. This four-year programme, based on the model developed in the DRC, includes South-South skills transfer between Congolese and Central African stakeholders. The project is overseen by the Foundation as the leader of a group of international partners. From left to right: Pierre-Yves Revol, President of the Fondation Pierre Fabre, Rémy Rioux, Chief Executive Officer of the Agence Française de Développement, Dr Denis Mukwege, 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner CONFERENCE AND AWARDS From left to right: Esron Karimuribo (Promoting Proper Management of Zoonotic Diseases), Mohammed Shahnawaz (Khushi Baby), Byamba Khandsuren (Smartphone Tele-Dermatology Service), Sonia Ancellin Panzani (leDA), Boukary Ouedraogo (mHealth), William Ouango (mHealth). At the Global South eHealth Observatory annual conference, the Fondation Pierre Fabre presented five new awards in 2019, recognising projects in Burkina Faso, Tanzania, India and Mongolia. The winners receive one year of technical and financial support. NOVEMBER 2019 TREATMENT                  DECEMBER 2019 Introduction of the LEARN MORE  MÉKONG PHARMA NETWORK On 11 December, the graduation ceremony was held in Hanoi for the sixth class of Cambodian, Vietnamese and Laotian students of the Master Mékong Pharma. Since this programme was introduced in 2012, it has awarded degrees to 133 professionals. At this event, the Fondation Pierre Fabre announced a new cooperation programme: the Mékong Pharma Network provides continuing education for Asian instructors, who can, in turn, provide high-level training for future pharmacists to ensure drug quality. This programme will foster South-South cooperation, as it intends to forge ties between pharmacists from Asia and Africa at joint seminars held at the Foundation’s headquarters.  Fondation Pierre Fabre – 11 

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