For the last six years, the country has been facing the challenge of ticks not responding to drugs aimed at killing them…
National Drug Authority controls the manufacture, importation, distribution and use of both human and veterinary drugs in the country. The three main concerns of veterinary drug regulation are quality, safety and efficacy (effectiveness). Veterinary drugs include…
- Veterinary medicines updates Bulletin June 2020
- NDA’s role in regulating Veterinary Drugs
- Published EBATIC Paper sept 2017
- Guidelines on submission of documentation for Marketing Authorization of an Immunological Product for Veterinary Use_R0
- Guidelines for conduct of Ectoparaiticidetrials-R1
- NDA Guidelines_Control of Publication & Advertisment Relating to Drugs_R0
- Guidelines for demonstration of efficacy of Ectoparasiticides during conduct of Ectoparasiticide Trials in Uganda
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Radio talk show on SEKE Fm, to share with wider public the NDA mandate, regulatory functions, feed back from sub county sensitization in Nakaseke district, irrational use of vet drugs and corresponding public health/economic consequences.
Training of animal health workers at Nakaseke district DHO board room.
Head Veterinary Products re-echoing the feedback got from field activities to Nakaseke district security team (RDC, Deputy RDC, DISO, DPC, ACAO).This was on request from the RDC Nakaseke
Veterinary Stakeholders sensitization in various sub counties in Luwero district
Sensitization of stakeholders at Kabwohe Central Division, Sheema District
Sub county meetings with key opinion farmer leaders and sub county leadership
Luwero team meeting with RDC
Mbarara team in Shema district
Press conference in Fort portal following the veterinary support supervision exercise in Hoima region
Mbarara team in Mitoma District carrying out field visits
Tororo team on Radio general public sensitization on rational vet drugs use
Team supervising outlets in Gulu Northern region led by Dr Benard Eseru and Regional Manager David Kagwa
Various Nakaseke sensitization meetings while observing social distancing principles
A field visit to NAPlL, a Farm Service Center located in Kapeeka,
The center was conceived to be a one-stop-center for farm inputs to bridge the gap between farmers and inputs suppliers. It is believed, the center will promote supply of quality farm inputs to farmers and enhance collective bargaining for prices. Partnership was made with inputs suppliers of veterinary pharmaceutical products such as Bimeda and MTK but stopped by the NDA regional team on account of unsuitable premises among other regulatory requirements. The vet inputs suppliers momentarily withdrew.