Thirty-seven of the AU’s 55 Member States Are Now Aligned with African Medicines Agency Treaty

Among the 55 African Union countries, a total of 37 countries have now signed and/or ratified the AMA Treaty. Some 26 countries have now ratified the treaty, with Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cape Verde as the latest.

The AMA will generate snow-balling benefits for the continent as more AU member states join.

21

Ratified & Deposited

5

Ratified But Not Deposited

11

Signed But Not Ratified

18

Neither Ratified nor Signed
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