ABOUT AMMREN

African Media and Malaria Research Network (AMMREN), was formed in November, 2006.
It is a network of African journalists and scientists working together to reduce the burden of malaria in Africa.

ACHIEVEMENTS

The network has been able to fill the gap between information sharing and feedback on health outcomes to ensure that policy makers, communities and journalists work together to reduce the disease burden in Africa.

EYES ON MALARIA

Creating awareness on the dangers of Malaria on productivity in the Continent of Africa. AMMREN has published over 18 editions of its flagship magazine 'Eyes on Malaria' and circulated more than 10,000 copies globally.

AMMREN PLUS

Diseases, which are preventable elsewhere, continue to kill millions in Africa. This situation can partly be attributed to ignorance about prevention and treatment of the diseases. The aim is to fill the yawning gap between information sharing and feedback on health outcomes.

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT MALARIA

Diseases, which are preventable elsewhere, continue to kill millions in Africa. This situation can partly be attributed to ignorance about prevention and treatment of the diseases. Read our published editions on malaria.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Selected news stories across Africa and around the world on malaria.

AMMREN Training Programmes
15 Jul 2019

AMMREN Training Programmes

Training Programme! Introduction  Are you a Student Journalist, an entry level journalist or an individual who loves to write?  Do …

AMMREN Short Courses
12 Jul 2019

AMMREN Short Courses

  Introduction Are you a Health Journalist? Are you a Student Journalist? Are you a Health Professional? Do you work …

AMMREN Training Programmes
12 Jul 2019

AMMREN Training Programmes

Training Programme!! Introduction: Are you a health professional? Do you want to improve your communication skills with your patients? Do …