The veterinary registration department is a branch of the registration division at CAPA. The main goal of the department
is the regulation of veterinary medicines which is an important part of wider efforts in society to promote the health and wellbeing of animal populations. Veterinary medicines play a vital role, both in caring for animals and in protecting public health (for example when used to ensure that food products of animal origin are safe or to prevent the spread of animal-borne diseases). It is therefore important to ensure the availability of high-quality, safe and effective medicines for veterinary use. New contacts for veterinary Department
In simple terms, the regulation of medicines involves deciding whether or not new medicines developed by the pharmaceutical industry is suitable to be placed on the market, and whether they continue to be safe for use once they are on the market.
* Any medicine should be registered at the Ministry of Health and given MOH Registration Number before it can be traded. CAPA registration process starts by receiving registration submission request via E-mail as described in the following guidelines: Guidelines for Submission of Registration Request:
Applicant sends an appointment request to email@example.com
CAPA will send back an email to inform the applicant with the date and time for application submission within 5 working days.
CAPA will receive a maximum 10 applications per day, 3 days per week (no submission meetings on Thursday & Monday).
If the company representative was late 15 minute after the pre-determined appointment, the meeting will be cancelled and the company has
to ask for another appointment.
Accepting the application doesn't guarantee a market authorization, only when the company receives the final authorization.
Application file might be rejected at any stage and the reason of rejection will
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