Arabic added to FIP pictogram software

Schedule 3 - pharmacist holding out pill bottles
An Arabic version of the FIP pictogram software has been launched to help pharmacists internationally communicate with refugees. The global refugee crisis, particularly the nine million Syrians estimated to have fled their homes since 2011, prompted the International Pharmaceutical Federation to undertake urgent work to help pharmacists ensure that refugees who need medicines understand how

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