Events:

Medicines for Malaria Venture 14th Stakeholders’ Meeting

11-13 October 2017 Bali, Indonesia This event brings together MMV’s partners and donors to celebrate achievement and to discuss possible solution to challenges. The theme of the 14th Stakeholders Meeting is “Critical challenges to malaria elimination in South East Asia. • Download the agenda • Medicine for Malaria Venture Website  

Reaching the Last Mile

15 November 2017 Abu Dhabi, UAE Reaching The Last Mile is a milestone convening of global health leaders focused on accelerating the elimination of deadly infectious diseases, such as polio and malaria, and preventable NTDs, such as Guinea-worm disease and River Blindness. Taking the theme of “Mobilizing together to eliminate infectious diseases”, the event will

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RBM Partnership Board Meeting

16-17 November 2017 Abu Dhabi, UAE The RBM Partnership will host its 7th Partnership Board Meeting in Abu Dhabi from 16-17 November 2017, with generous support from the Crown Prince Court. Further information will be shared shortly.

7th MIM Pan African Malaria Conference

15-20 April 2018 Dakar, Senegal The conference aims to bring together scientists from different backgrounds and with varied interests, to encourage discussion of the latest findings in malaria research. Researchers are invited to submit abstracts covering a wide range of topics, such as parasite systems biology. MIM Abstract Provisional Program Multilateral Initiative on Malaria website

World Malaria Day

25 April 2018 Worldwide Because malaria is a global emergency that affects mostly poor women and children, malaria perpetuates a vicious cycle of poverty in the developing world. Malaria related-illnesses and mortality cost Africa’s economy alone USD 12 billion per year.

1st Malaria World Congress 2018

1-5 July 2018 Melbourne, Australia A major gap in the malaria response landscape is the absence of a forum where representatives of the entire malaria world can meet. Our key aim for the inaugural World Congress on Malaria is to unify and energize the broader malaria community around a common sense of purpose, including one that links

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