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Tajikistan, one of the former Soviet republics, declared its independence in September 1991 after the breakup of the USSR. Tajikistan has the youngest population structure of the former Soviet countries with 70% aged under 30 years. The population has grown steadily given a high fertility rate. The Ministry of Health is responsible for health policy for the country, but has no control over the overall health budget, and directly manages only national level health facilities. It’s main responsibilities were defined in the 1997 Law on Health Protection as follows:

• development of health care policy and identification of priorities;

• implementation of national programmes such as disease control;

• coordination of the health care system of the country;

• direct management of republican level institutions, scientific research institutes and educational institutions for health professionals;

• formulating policies on pharmaceutical and other medical products and regulating their registration, licensing, production and sale;

As per information, provided by WHO, all pharmaceuticals in Tajikistan are imported. Tajikistan adopted an essential list of drugs in 1994 that is revised annually, has a national drug formulary and has endorsed a national drug policy that is monitored regularly, pharmaceutical production, distribution and supply can further be improved. The State Scientific Centre for Expertise and Certification was established as a self-financing centre by government resolution in June 2006. It regulates pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, medical and sanitary-hygienic products, prophylactic products and cosmetics.

«АВС Pharma»provides services for registration of medicines, medical devices, medical equipment, active substances and food supplements in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

List of documents, required for registration/re-registration in Tajikistan