Cairo - Pfizer Egypt - for Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceuticals - signed a cooperation protocol with Future University in Egypt (FUE) to develop the educational process at the Faculty of Pharmacy and enhance the skills of future pharmacists.

This step comes in line with Pfizer Egypt and FUE’s strategy to support the development of the healthcare sector in line with Egypt Vision 2030, according to a recent press release.

As part of the cooperation protocol, the Pfizer Egypt team will shed light on the key role of the private sector in providing the latest treatments to patients through partnering with the government and cooperating with NGOs in key initiatives that support healthcare professionals and patients.

Moreover, it will educate the students on the skills needed for excelling at work to fill the gap between academic life and the labour market, including marketing and communication skills, strategic planning skills, and other business skills.

Ahmed El-Shazly, Country Manager for Pfizer Egypt and Sudan, said: “Pfizer Egypt's strategy focuses on research, innovation and development to provide the best treatments based on the latest scientific breakthroughs. We focus on investing in human capabilities and providing world-class training programmes for pharmacists with the aim of supporting the healthcare development at large and digital transformation through transferring the latest technologies and global experience to the Egyptian market in line with Egypt Vision 2030.”

Ebada Sarhan, President of Future University in Egypt, commented: “The protocol will help us achieve our plan that focuses on enhancing the capabilities of our students to help them become exceptional pharmacists who could excel at work and be able to help their community.”

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