BANDUNG (5/5/2019) - After gaining the trust of various world institutions including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, PATH, WHO, Bio Farma recently won the trust of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB).
In the framework of the Vaccine Alliance for production and Immunization (VAPI), IsDB trusts Bio Farma in developing vaccine transfer technology for independence in OIC member countries.
Regarding world trust, M. Rahman Roestan, Managing Director of Bio Farma on May 13, is trusted by the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) in connection with the IsDB Vaccine Alliance to share technology transfer and vaccine market share in the world.
M. Rahman Roestan, said that currently Bio Farma has dominated the domestic vaccine market share.
"We are the largest in Southeast Asia, and number one in the country of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)." He said.
Rahman continued "For our vaccines we have gained a lot of trust from various world institutions, in the long term and in the future business, Bio Farma will transform into a Life science company by producing blood products, diagnostic and biosimilar".
"Now, in addition to the latest generation vaccine products, lifescience category products, blood product and biosimilar products are already in our research pipeline"
In the Vaccine line, we have gained the trust of various world research institutions, to be involved in the research and production of the latest vaccines.
In mid-August 2018 the Institute de Maroc (IPM) has also committed to developing a project to build serum and vaccine production facilities.
The serum desired by Morocco includes Anti Can Snakes, while for vaccines are DTP-HB-Hib (Pentabio) and BCG.
The facility is intended to meet national needs in the short and long term to meet regional African needs. The intended cooperation is the transfer of tkenology in the downstream vaccine production process, of course, with Lifescience products.
Bio Farma will be more advanced and dominate the market share in developing countries and countries that are members of Islamic cooperation organizations (OIC), thus helping the independence of both developing countries and Islamic countries. (Even)