The creation of a pharmaceutical laboratory tailored to the needs of the country will achieve, from the outset, a radical change in the current reality of the sector. We will help provide the stability necessary to undertake health reforms and guarantee the population a correct supply of quality medicines in a constantly growing market.

Sahel Pharma 

The project development is divided into three main areas:


The commercialization includes all the commercial activity of the laboratory, with the importation and distribution of the finished product in a first phase and later, in a lesser role, as a reinforcement of local production. This first phase will give us the experience and time necessary to carry out this laboratory to the extent that the country needs and to implement pharmacovigilance systems, traceability, waste management, logistics, etc.



The training area consists of the preparation of the production and management unit, with the hiring and training of the necessary local personnel. This phase will take advantage of all the resources and people trained in the country. We want to have the largest number of local people working on our project, both in the production area and in its management. Sahel Pharma is a local company.


The construction area includes the construction of the laboratory building and the facilities necessary to produce medicines in the country, the workplace where we will carry out our work contributing that grain of sand to make the correct management of medicaments a reality, a local manufacture to the measure of the country’s needs and a great contribution to society.

m2 of laboratory

qualified direct jobs

complete medicaments production lines

million boxes / year

New Industries for their normal operation

+ Indirect jobs

WHO Recognition and oversight

Export to neighboring countries and CE

Recognized official training for intermediate and university degrees


The implementation of technology in the different processes to increase guarantees:

  • Storage and distribution logistics systems and methods.
  •  Production systems and methods.
  •  Quality Control Systems and Methods.
  • Modernization of supplies and pharmaceutical products.
  • Texts written in Arabic and French for data sheets, brochures, boxes, posters, etc.
  •   Information Technology Systems and Methods for the management of production and supplies, relationships with collaborators, administration, distribution and traceability.
  •  Procedures for urgent medicament withdrawal operations.
  •  Implementation, according to ISO 20000 standards, of a user assistance service (24/7).