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Members of the Global Alliance for Pharmacy Education currently include:

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy(AACP)
AACP is committed to education and scholarship for improving drug therapy. The Association will strengthen its mission of promoting professional and graduate education through effective use of policy, information, advocacy, and programming.

Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy(AASP)
To recognize the Asian spirit of unity amidst diversity towards excellence in pharmacy education and research.

Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada(AFPC)
The Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada is the national non-profit organization advocating the interests of pharmacy education and educators in Canada.

AMEFFAR (Mexico)

Conferencia Iberoamericana de Facultades de Farmacia(COIFFA)
The Hispano-American Conference of Colleges of Pharmacy (COHIFFA), Civic Association, is an international organization represented by the Deans of Faculties of Pharmacy or the like of Spain and Spanish speaking countries of Latin America, which was founded at a meeting of representatives of Colleges of Pharmacy, in the year 1992 at the University of the Andes in Merida, Venezuela. In the year 2006 at the Universidade Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Monterey, Mexico, COHIFFA has been expanded to include Portugal and Brazil and was renamed as Ibero-American Conference of Faculties of Pharmacy encompassing the whole of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. Spanish and Portuguese are the current official languages of COIFFA. Following the X General Assembly in June 2011 at Lisboa, Portugal, the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lisbon was elected President for a two years term.

European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy (EAFP)
European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy, abbreviated as EAFP is a non-profit organization established under Belgian law.

The association makes it its purpose:

  • to facilitate contacts and collaboration between university-level
    schools of pharmacy;
  • to support member faculties in their efforts to develop resources,
    effective methods of learning and teaching, balanced curricula and
    quality assurance of education by advice concerning internal and
    external evaluation and accreditation;
  • to develop harmonized European quality standards for the structure
    and outcomes of pharmacy education and to implement modifications
    arising from scientific and technological progress in the biomedical
    sciences and from new organizational structures in the health care system;
  • to facilitate exchanges for both students and faculty members;
  • to promote and support the cause of Pharmacy and pharmaceutical
    sciences and to collaborate with European authorities involved in the
    organization and the policy in the fields of Pharmacy and health care;
  • to set up a data bank containing fields of expertise in both
    teaching and research of each of the pharmacy faculties, schools or
    institutes throughout Europe;
  • to promote joint research projects between scientists in academic
    institutions and the pharmaceutical industry;
  • to keep its members informed of developments in and around the
    European Union and to facilitate the establishment of a common European
    Area of Higher Pharmacy Education and Research;
  • to maintain cohesion of its members by organizing regular meetings
    at European level and by publishing newsletters,
  • to cooperate with other national or international organizations in
    relevant fields.


Ethiopian Association of Colleges of Pharmacy