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Join us from 1-5th July 2018 in Melbourne, Australia for this unique multi-sector Congress.
The Malaria Mapathon
Don't forget to sign up to attend one of the two Malaria Mapathon sessions within the Global Village at the Malaria World Congress.
The Malaria Mapathon is one of Global Health Alliance Melbourne’s initiatives, which uses digital platforms to map relevant infrastructure that informs better project design. At the Malaria World Congress, with support from University of Melbourne, congress participants will map project sites of “Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies”, Burnet institute’s ground-breaking research and service delivery program in East New Britain, Papua New Guinea (PNG). Up-to-date maps are a critical resource that will assist malaria researchers and health workers to reach people who are affected with malaria in PNG.
Wednesday 4th July
Session 1: 10:30am - 12:30pm
Session 2: 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Registration is only open to MWC delegates, and must be added to your registration prior to the Congress due to limited capacity.
Don't miss the Congress social functions!
- Sunday 1 July
- 5:00pm - 6:30pm
- Attendees are encouraged to wear traditional dress
Q&A To End Malaria Evening Function
- Wednesday 4 July
- 6:30pm - 9:00pm
- Join us for an evening of cocktails and canapés as we put some of the leading industry experts across a range of sectors in the hot seat for a Q&A discussion to End Malaria, from 6:30pm - 9:00pm at the Sovereign Room, MCEC, on Wednesday 4th July.
Late Breaking Abstracts
Submissions across all four pillars will remain open for poster consideration until 22nd June 2018. For your opportunity to be part of this incredible program, submit your abstract here.
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