Union of Arab Pharmacists (UAP)
1945 Cairo Egypt
1945, Cairo (Egypt). Also referred to as Arab Pharmacists Union.
Promote pharmaceutical research in Arab countries; encourage Arab pharmacists to establish national organizations of pharmacy in their countries; enable Arab pharmacists to contribute to the development of their countries through industrial pharmacy and transfer of technology between drug manufacturers; support faculties of pharmacy and develop pharmaceutical education; facilitate transfer of Arab drugs between Arab pharmaceutical production companies and pharmacists.
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Supreme Council, consisting of 2 representatives from each member organizations. Executive Bureau, composed of General Secretary, President and 5 Vice-Presidents. Scientific Board, consisting of Scientific Sections.
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