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

Thirty-three of the African Union’s 55 member states have now signed and/or ratified the AMA Treaty, with the Kingdom of Lesotho as the latest to ratify and deposit the treaty on 12 September. Prior to that, the Republic of Mozambique signed the treaty on 1 August.

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

20

Ratified & Deposited

3

Ratified But Not Deposited

10

Signed But Not Ratified

22

Neither Ratified nor Signed
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