Vials with vaccines against cholera and malaria
Photoshare/Stephanie VandenBerg

Prequalification is a systematic process to determine the capacity of a manufacturer to produce a product of consistent quality in accordance with international standards and WHO/UNFPA specifications. The purpose of prequalification is to protect the buyer and the end user by ensuring good quality products are procured and distributed.

Resources in this section provide guidance on quality requirements for manufacturers, programme managers and national regulatory authorities. Their purpose is to to ensure the availability of affordable products that are safe and effective to use.

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