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  1. MAP International is a Christian organization providing medicines and health supplies to those in need around the world so they might experience life to the fullest. MAP serves all people regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality or ethnic background. Two billion people live without access to medicines they desperately need.

  2. Sep 10, 2014 · MAP International has provided approximately $4 billion worth of medicines since 1954. Since 1990, it has benefited over 2 billion people in 174 countries and extends the lives of over 25 million annually. MAP also promotes the Total Health program, where communities improve their own health in a comprehensive and holistic way.

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  4. You can mail your gift – payable to MAP International – directly to our headquarters: MAP International 4700 Glynco Parkway Brunswick, GA 31525 Give by phone If you would prefer to give by credit card and would like to speak to a MAP donor relations representative, call us at 800-225-8550 from 9-5 Monday-Friday. Employer matching gift

  5. Founded in 1954, MAP International is one of the nation's 100 largest non-profit organizations, serving 10 million people annually in more than 100 countries. To date, we have provided more than $6 billion in medicines and medical supplies globally. MAP serves all people, regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality, or ethnic background.

  6. MTaPS will also continue to work with the Ministry of Health to update standard treatment protocols for diseases that threaten maternal and child health and update the country’s Essential Medicines List. MTaPS will develop a training on Pharmadex, a web-based tool that streamlines and track medicines registration. EXPECTED RESULTS AND IMPACTS

  7. Power to make regulations about human medicines 3. Manufacture, marketing and supply 4. Falsified medicines 5. Clinical trials 6. Fees, offences, powers of inspectors 7. Emergencies CHAPTER 2...

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