Members & Subscribers & Partners

QUAMED is a membership organization. Membership is open to organizations and individuals with a track record in pharmaceutical quality assurance. Our organizational and individual members are listed below.

QUAMED also maintains a database where we store our audit reports and technical visit reports. The database contains more than 300 reports. Subscriptions can be requested for a fee. See below for the current list of subscribers.

QUAMED works with other organizations on pharmaceutical quality assurance-related issues. See below for the current list of partners.


As of January 2024, we have 63 associative members (38 organisations and 24 individuals) and 6 adherent members from different parts of the world. Within our organisation, associative members have full voting rights. Adherent members do not have voting rights but they do have an observer status at the General Assembly meetings. For organizations, the membership fees range between 200€ and 600€, depending on the member’s annual budget. Click on our members’ logos or names below to learn more about what they do.

Organisational Members (in alphabetic order):  

Accion contre el Hambre SpainAction Contre la Faim FranceAction DamienAction Medeor (adherent member)- AlightAlimaAMEX Healthcare GmbH (adherent member)- Association Régionale d’Approvisionnement en Médicaments Essentiels (Asrames asbl)Centrale d’achat et d’approvisionnement en médicaments essentiels pour le Nord Ituri et Haut Uélé (CAAMENIHU asbl)Centrale d’approvisionnement et distribution des médicaments essentiels de Bunia et Uélé (CADIMEBU)Centrale d’Achat de Médicaments Essentiels, de Dispositifs Médicaux, de Produits et Matériels de Laboratoire du Burundi (CAMEBU)Centrale Humanitaire Médico-Pharmaceutique (CHMP) (adherent member)- Concern WorldwideCroix Rouge FrançaisEMERGENCYENABELFédération des Centrales d’Approvisionnement en Médicaments Essentiels (FEDECAME)FHI360 GOALInternational Rescue CommitteeIntersosLa Chaine de l’EspoirLight for the WorldMedairMédecins du Monde BelgiqueMédecins du Monde FranceMédecins Sans Vacances Medical TeamsMédicos del Mundo Spain Memisa BelgiëMissionpharma (adherent member)- Medical Export Group (MEG – Netherlands) (adherent member) –MSI Reproductive ChoicesNouvelle Pharmacie de la Santé Publique CI – Partnership for Supply Chain Management (PFSCM), adherent member) – Première Urgence InternationaleRelief InternationalSALAMASave the Children InternationalSolthisStichting VluchtelingTerre des HommesWorld Vision International

Individual members (in alphabetic order):

Our individual members all contribute in their own way and with their own resources and expertise to the growth and development of QUAMED. Our individual members, in alphabetical order: Tahina Andrianjafy, Olivier Andriolo, Wilbert Bannenberg, Daniel Berman, Jason Bower, Kashi Carasso, Joëlle Daviaux, Prosper Hiag, Hitesh Hurkchand, George Mugi, Gamaleldin Khalafalla Mohamed Ali, Laura Laughlin, Patrick Lukulay, Cecile Macé, Maarten Neve, Arsène Ouedraogo, Christophe Perrin, Corinne Pouget, Raffaella Ravinetto, Benedetta Schiavetti, Belén Tarrafetta, Daniel Vandenbergh, Edwin de Voogd and Ed Vreeke.

Subcribers to our database (in alphabetic order):

Currently we have 37 subscribers to our database. To subscribe to our database a membership is not necessary. Subscription fees to our database vary between 2,000€ and 12,000€ depending on the subscriber’s annual budget and its mission (public sector, private sector).

Accion contre el Hambre Spain – Action Contre la Faim France – Action Damien – Alight – Alima – Croix Rouge Français – EMERGENCY – FHI360 – International Rescue Committee – Intersos – La Chaine de l’Espoir – Malteser International – Medair – Médecins du Monde Belgique – Médecins du Monde France – Médecins Sans Vacances – Medical Export Group (MEG) – Medical Teams – Médicus del Mundo Spain – Medicins Sans Frontières International Office – Medsupply International Holdings – Première Urgence Internationale – Relief International – SALAMA – Save the Children International – Stichting Vluchteling – Solthis – Terre des Hommes – The Global Fund (TGF) – UNICEF Supply Division – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) – USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) – World Health Organisation (WHO) – World Vision International


Partner introduction

We collaborate with various organizations on pharmaceutical quality assurance issues. Some of the organizations that we engage with are listed below. For more details, see also the project page.

l’Association des Centrales d’Achats Africaines de Médicaments Essentiels (ACAME)Collaboration around training and training development.
DG European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO)Regular exchanges on pharmaceutical quality assurance and contributions to the ECHO quality assurance policy (2012 – ongoing).
ENABEL (Belgian Development Agency)Technical assistance to the national regulatory authorities in Senegal and in Rwanda (2022-2024).
Institute of Tropical MedicineVarious research and communication activities (2010 – ongoing).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)Framework agreement for pharmaceutical assessments (2020-2025).
University of Western CapePartners in training module development.
USAID Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)Development of an online learning platform (2022-2024)
World Health Organisation (WHO)Draft memorandum on various activities such as updating MQAS standards and working towards QCP recognition.

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