Our partners

FIP engages many partners and associates in joint global health initiatives. 

World Health Organization (WHO) 

 

UNESCO 

 
Click here for more information on FIP-WHO collaboration.   

Click here to access the UNESCO website.

     

Dot Pharmacy Initiative

 

Stop TB Partnership

 
Click here to access the "dot pharmacy" initiative website.   Click here to access the Stop TB Partnership website. 
     

Fight the Fakes 

 

Global Health Workforce Network

 
Click here to access the Fight the Fakes website.   

Click here to access the GHWN website

     

World Alliance for Patient Safety  

 

Commonwealth Pharmacists Association 

   
Click here to access the WAPS website   Click here to access the CPA website 

  

Founded by FIP

FIP has founded or co-founded several organisations and initiatives with which it maintains close working relations.

 

Regional Pharmaceutical Forums

 

World Health Professions Alliance

 
Click here for more information on the forums.   The WHPA was formed in 1999 and brings together the global organizations representing the world’s dentists, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and physicians. Click here to access the WHPA website.
     

FIP Foundation  for Education and Research

 

Pharmabridge

 

Pharmabridge logo 

The FIP Foundation for Education and Research was established in 1993 with the objective of promoting the educational and research ventures of pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists within the general fields of design, manufacture, distribution and use of medicines for humans and/or animals. Click here for more information    Supported by FIP, Pharmabridge was founded in 1999, to foster communication and exchange of information, resources and experiences, linking individuals (pharmacists, pharmaceutical scientists and pharmacy educators) and institutions from all corners of the globe. The Pharmabridge project is a voluntary initiative that aims to strengthen pharmaceutical services, improve patient care and enhance community health in developing and transitional countries through coordinated support from pharmacy establishments in developed and more advanced developing countries. Click here for more information.
     

Pictogram project 

   

   
Pictograms give health professionals a means of communicating medication instructions to people with no common language or who are illiterate, or both. Pictograms may also be used for those who have slight cognitive impairment. Click here for more information    


Updated 12 June 2018