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About Us

The National Pharmacy Council of Rwanda is an independent statutory organization accountable for the regulation of registered pharmacy professionals and it plays an advisory role to the Ministry of Health and the pharmacy institutions training programmers on all matters related to the pharmacy profession. It was set up by the Law No 45/2012 of 14/01/2013 relating to the organization, functioning and competence of the NPC.

The aim of the National Pharmacy Council is to enable a national approach to the regulation and control of pharmacy profession and accreditation of institution’s training programs. The NPC is intended to work in collaboration with the different institutions of the government of Rwanda, other health professional organizations, other regulatory agencies and the general public to identify issues and trends in pharmacy practice that requires collegiate approach and attention.

Board & Commitees

The National Council Board The National Council Board is comprised of members elected by their registered colleagues in their respective categories of professions, each category being represented by one person….

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Ministry of Health  The main goal of the Ministry of Health is to provide and continually improve the health services of the Rwandan population through the provision of preventive, curative…

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CPD Activities

They include all activities that enhance professional competences and lead to better delivery of health care services, and usually include a focus on one or more critical skills or values,…

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Our Registrants

One of the mandates of the Rwanda National Pharmacy Council (NPC) is to register pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Rwanda and has obligations to ensure that they comply with rules…

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Members benefits

Under the provisions of law no 45/2012 of 14/01/2013, registered pharmacists are automatically members of the NPC and are the only ones allowed to practice pharmacy in Rwanda. These benefits…

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