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National Drug Policy of Transitional Government of Ethiopia

Transitional Government of Ethiopia Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Ethiopia 31 December 1993 Policy document mental health service, prevention, substance use

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National drug policy

1. To meet the country’s demand for essential drugs and to systematize its
supply, its supply, distribution and use.
2. To create conducive situations to make the prices of drugs compatible with the
people’s purchasing power.
3. To ensure the safety, efficacy and quality of drugs.
4. To develop a domestic drug manufacturing capacity and gradual supply to the
export market.
5. To expand the training of manpower and drugs research and development.
6. To devise ways and means for the utilization of traditional drugs in the regular
health services


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