San José / Geneva, 11 June 2018 – The World Health Organization (WHO) today certified Paraguay as having eliminated malaria, the first country in the Americas to be granted this status since Cuba in 1973.
Dear Members, Partners and Friends,
The Pan African Mosquito Control Association - PAMCA, is pleased to invite you to submit your abstract and symposia for the 5th Annual Conference themed, “Building the Bridge Between Research and Implementation: A Necessity for Vector Borne Disease Elimination in Africa” to be held at Elephant Hills Resort Hotel, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, from 24th – 26th September 2018.
Vector Learning Exchange
June 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Executive Director of the Global Fund, we're excited to welcome Peter to Melbourne to speak at the 1st Malaria World Congress.
The countdown is on. There's still time to register. Join us from 1-5th July 2018 in Melbourne, Australia and be part of the engaged voices as we aim towards a Roadmap for the Future.
If you are looking for roommates during your stay in Melbourne for the Malaria World Congress, please sign up on conferenceshare.co and search for "Malaria World Congress 2018". You can use the service to connect with each other to facilitate sharing a hotel room, Airbnb, or car rental.
UPDATE COMMENTARY: Acquisition of novel insights has been taking place (reflected especially in 2018 reports) in relation to where plasmodial parasites go in the mammalian body. This new understanding has led to the hypnozoite hypothesis of relapse in malaria becoming partly out of date insofar as it is now a theory that is (in the way it has been applied since 1980) too restrictive. To elucidate:
To assist delegates from Low and Lower-Middle Income Countries to participate in the 1st Malaria World Congress, a subsidised registration rate of $350.00 AUD is available.
For detail on eligibility, please check the registration page of the Congress website here.