The 6th annual conference of PAMCA, a Panafrican Association For the fight against Malaria has been organised.
The conference that started this 23rd October 2019 at the Hilton hotel is grouping close to 350 scientists from Cameroon and without.
For three days, experts will reflect on the theme “strengthening surveillance for vector borne diseases”.
The representative of the Minister of Higher Education, Mr Joseph Tamasse described the endeavour as laudable,
“malaria is one of the first causes of mortality in Sub saharien Africa. The activities of the PAMCA is in line with Cameroon government’s approach in the fight against malaria”.
Apart from brainstorming, experts whose scientific contributions have helped in the advancement of research in the fight against malaria will be recognised,
These experts include ;
Prof. Rose Leke (Cameroon) Abdoulaye Diabate
PAMCA: An association with a clear focus
The Panafrican Association for the Mosquito control is an Association that works in the field of mosquito and mosquito borne diseases control.
PAMCA provides a platform for capacity building, knowledge sharing and collaboration for concerted vector control initiatives in Africa.
The association brings together scientists and partner institutions focusing on mosquito borne-diseases.