Malaria Elimination In Africa: Symposium Thurs., April 25

In Tanzania, Tohbias Chacha, 12, hangs up the mosquito net he just received at Kamunyonge Primary School in his bedroom.© 2016 Riccardo Gangale/USAID, Courtesy of Photoshare
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In Tanzania, Tohbias Chacha, 12, hangs up the mosquito net he just received at Kamunyonge Primary School in his bedroom.© 2016 Riccardo Gangale/USAID, Courtesy of Photoshare

Join leading malaria researchers convening at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on Thursday, April 25—World Malaria Day—to discuss eliminating malaria in Africa, locus of the vast majority of the world’s 219 million annual malaria cases.

The one-day symposium, hosted by the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, will feature experts from the WHO, PATH, and the Zambian National Malaria Elimination Centre. Deputy US Global Malaria Coordinator for the US President’s Malaria Initiative Rick Steketee, MD, MPH, will deliver the keynote.

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