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

Thirty-one of the African Union’s 55 member states have now signed and/or ratified the AMA Treaty, with Ethiopia the latest to sign as of May 2022. Prior to that, Senegal became the 22nd AU member to ratify the Treaty following Saharawi and Egypt.

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

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Ratified & Deposited

3

Ratified But Not Deposited

9

Signed But Not Ratified

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Neither Ratified nor Signed
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