West African Network for TB, Aids, Malaria (WANETAM).
Sub-Saharan Africa is still challenged by the heavy death toll caused by poverty related diseases (PRDs) such as HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria and other Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).
Build regional, national, institutional and individual capacities through:
Focused-skill trainings, Mentorship and scientific leadership development,
Promotion of South-South and North-South collaborations,
Foster relations between researchers, communities and policy makers
to maximize the impact of clinical research in in the region.
Priorities : Clinical trials
Priorities : Networking
Network to exchange information or services in view to build mutually
beneficial relationships to strengthen and sustain the network.
Improvement of the health system in Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa is still challenged by the heavy death toll caused by poverty related diseases (PRDs) such as HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria and other Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)…..
List of wanetam
The Malaria Work Package is made of two sub-work packages, one dealing with the diagnosis and management
The Malaria Work Package aims at increasing capacities for the evaluation of new interventions/.
The development of infrastructure and platforms for data sharing and research;
Practical Clinical Studies.
Projects to strengthen research leadership.
Monitoring in order to provide a factual basis for the design of clinical trials;
The establishment of quality assurance management to support the accreditation of laboratories;
Diagnoses to support interventions
Cross-training to improve professional development and scientific competence in clinical trials and research support.
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