Japanese experience in Regulatory Systems on Ensuring Access to Quality Medicines
Participant’s name:Mr. Farid HASANOV
Program’s name: Regulatory Systems on Ensuring Access to Quality Medicine
Program’s period: July 8, 2018 to August 8, 2018
By the invitation of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) during the period of July 8, 2018 to August 8, 2018 I have been trained in the cities Tokyo and Toyama, Japan. I would like to thank government of Japan for collaboration. That was my pleasure to attend JICA Knowledge Co-Creation Program. From first day of my arrival to Japan I did not feel myself as a stranger. 15 participants from 13 different countries (Azerbaijan, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Fiji, Samoa, Iraq, Uganda, Zambia, Venezuela) attended at the training program. Mainly lectures were in Japanese with translation into English language.
JICA family is doing great job by bringing experts from whole over the world for experience exchange and cooperation. I want to express my great appreciation to all Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Japan International Corporation of Welfare Service (JICWELS) family members but especially to Mr. Naoyuki Kobayashi –sensei, Mr Uemura Nobuo – sensei, Ms Yoko Jogenji – san, Ms Mariko Takagi – san, Ms Hiroko Fujimori – san and Ms Mayumi Kitayima – san for their warm hospitality, support and professionalism in coordination during our stay in Japan.
The knowledge gained from lectures, study visits, case studies, workshops and practical part of training are an important contribution to the further development of pharmaceutical management in our country.
I believe that I spent very fruitful time in Japan and learned a lot of very useful information from this course which I am going to share with my colleagues.
At the end of the course each participant individually presented the Action Plan presentation, which reflected the experience in Japan and their possible application in the future. As well as we shared with our contact information with lecturers and participants for future cooperation. All participants were awarded a JICA certificate of completion of training course.
Finally, I would like to express my deep gratitude to the Cabinet of Ministers of the Azerbaijan Republic, Ministry of Health of the Azerbaijan Republic, Analytical Expertise Center of the Ministry of Health, JICA HQ, JICA Uzbekistan office and JICA Baku Correspondence Office for providing me with such a chance to participate at this training program and make friends from different countries.