The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has been rated a World Health Organization (WHO) Level Three listed institution.
By the rating, the FDA has attained a level of maturity after meeting 267 WHO benchmarks backed by documentations as a stable, well-functioning and integrated regulatory system.
For attaining the WHO Level Three, Ghana becomes the second African country after Tanzania to achieve such a feat, making the Ghana FDA comparable to any regulatory body in the world.
Currently, only 51 countries in the world have met the WHO minimum requirement to be considered to meet standards and promote equitable access to quality, safe, efficacious, and affordable medical and health products.
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