AMMREN

2014 Activities

Here are images from GIJ - AMMREN chapter and Media Sensitization Workshop at Dodowa, Accra World Malaria Day Three AMMREN chapters - Senegal, The Gambia and Ghana, commemorated the 2014 World Malaria Day Other 2014 activities  • AMMREN hold a health forum in February to start the AMMREN Plus initiative and open a student chapter ...

2013 Activities

This contains photos of World Malaria Day 2013 and a report on other activities held Other 2013 World Malaria Day Activities Click To View 2013 Activities The year 2013 saw AMMREN commemorating its World Malaria Day in three of the AMMREN member countries, namely: Ghana, The Gambia and Senegal with a television quiz in Ghana, ...

2012 Activities

Here are images from AMMREN Strategic Planning Meeting, World Malaria Day 2012 at Gambia, World Malaria Day Activities in Mozambique, World Malaria Field visit in Kenya and World Malaria Forum in Ghana

2011 Activities

Here are images from 2011 Ghana World Malaria Day World Malaria Day AMMREN held a number of activities in its chapters such as Burkina Faso, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Mozambique, Senegal, and The Gambia to commemorate World Malaria Day in April Other 2011 Activities • AMMREN was represented at the 2011 World Conference of Science Journalists ...

2010 Activities

This contains photos from 2010 World Malaria Day, AMMREN at INESS workshop in Tanzania, AMMREN at INDEPTH AGM • AMMREN members and other participants at an international media sensitization training programme on the INDEPTH Effectiveness and Safety Studies of Anti-Malarials in Africa, (INESS) project in Tanzania • Sites visits were organized as part of the ...

Malaria breakthrough drugs testing research study

Malaria is an incredibly devastating disease that regularly infects hundreds of millions of people every year, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths. In tropical areas, the disease runs rampant as infected mosquitoes spread the parasite from person to person. The most common preventative measures to curb the spread are mosquito nets and pesticides to keep ...

Gene tweak kills whole population of malaria-carrying mosquitoes in lab

Scientists have killed a whole population of malaria-carrying mosquitoes in their lab by using modified genes that make the killer insects infertile. Researchers at London's Imperial College used "gene drive" technology to spread a genetic modification that blocks female reproduction while letting male mosquitoes continue to spread those altered genes. The results, published Monday in ...

2008 Activities

This contains reports on AMMREN 2008 Awards, Field trip to Dodowa Health Research Centre and Strategic planning workshop & launch of EOM magazine 2008 Awards Click To View Strategic planning workshop & launch of EOM magazine Click To View 2008 - Field trip to Dodowa Health Research Centre Click To View 2008 Activities World Malaria ...