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Sudan, 2017

According to the agreement between Pharmelp and the University of Khartoum (Sudan), a CE (Capillary Electrophoresis) device from WynSep has been installed at the University of Khartoum end of 2017.

Start of the project in Khartoum, Prof. Elbashir

In a nutshell

True to its mission Pharmelp agreed with the request of Prof. A. Elbashir from the University of Khartoum who asked for the implementation of a capillary electrophoresis (CE) instrument. The main objectives are the training of the students and the quality control of the drug products in Sudan.

This project has been conducted in collaboration with the University and with the Federal Ministry of Health, National Medicines and Poisons Board of Sudan.

This project has been carried out thanks to: the financial support of the Swiss Ambassy in Khartoum, Ambassador Martin Strub; the collaboration with the Geneva-Lausanne School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Prof. Serge Rudaz); the collaboration with the School of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg (Samuel Roth, engineer HES, in charge of the analytical chemistry laboratory).



Prof Abdalla A. Elbashir, professor of Analytical Chemistry , University of Khartoum

Dr Mohamed Elbassen Mohamed Imam, Secretary-General, Ministry of Health

Dr Noon Garelbani, NDQCL manager

People in charge

Prof Abdalla A. Elbashir, professor of Analytical Chemistry , University of Khartou
in collaboration with Dr Shaza W. Shantier, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Khartoum

The main goals of this project are:

Début du projet à Khartoum, Prof. Elbashir
Première réunion à Genève en 2016 A. Elbashir, S. Rudaz, C. Rohrbasser
Formation à Fribourg en 2017 S. Roth, A. Elbashir