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AMMREN Training Programmes

AMMREN Training Programmes

Training Programme! Introduction  Are you a Student Journalist, an entry level journalist or an individual who loves to write?  Do you want to improve your writing skills. This is your chance to sharpen your skills in journalistic writing and editing. African Media and Malaria Research Network (AMMREN) has a range of short courses to build your …

AMMREN Short Courses

AMMREN Short Courses

  Introduction Are you a Health Journalist? Are you a Student Journalist? Are you a Health Professional? Do you work with health related NGOs? This is your chance to sharpen your skills in journalism and health reporting. African Media and Malaria Research Network (AMMREN) has a range of short courses to build your capacity in …

AMMREN Training Programmes

AMMREN Training Programmes

Training Programme!! Introduction: Are you a health professional? Do you want to improve your communication skills with your patients? Do you want to effectively relay information to your patients? This is your chance to sharpen your skills your communication skills. African Media and Malaria Research Network (AMMREN) has a range of short courses to build …

Slight warming could be enough to heighten risk of malaria: Study

Slight warming could be enough to heighten risk of malaria: Study

Climate change could shift the calculus for reining in malaria, according to new research that suggests that infectious parasites can develop in mosquitoes more quickly at lower temperatures than scientists once thought. “Our study is the first since the 1930s to investigate the relationship between temperature and malaria parasite development,” Matthew Thomas, a professor of …

E-2020 social toolkit

E-2020 social toolkit

Key Messages A diverse set of countries are accelerating towards malaria elimination, putting the world on track to mark a major milestone in 2020. A new report by the World Health Organization highlights that the world is on track to reach an historic milestone of progress in the malaria fight – at least 10 countries …

Fight to end malaria using DDT

Fight to end malaria using DDT

Malaria is highly endemic in 95% of the country with approximately 90% of the population (estimated at 32 million people) at risk. When considering the budget of financial year 2019/2020 about sh1.1trillion allocated Ministry of Health (MoH), Ugandans are smiling like Gonja’s seller knowing that the enemy Malaria and other vector diseases are finished.  Malaria …