African Malaria Network Trust (AMANET)
1995-02-24 Arusha Tanzania UR
24 Feb 1995, Arusha (Tanzania UR), as African Malaria Vaccine Testing Network (AMVTN). Current title adopted, 2002.
Promote and coordinate capacity strengthening of malaria R and D in African institutions; create global awareness of the Africa malaria burden; sponsor clinical and field trials; promote development of African indigenous antimalaria medicines; promote development of appropriate antimalaria medicines; promote good governance, efficient management and networking of malaria institutions.
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General Assembly. Scientific Coordinating Committee of 12 members from African, European and American institutions. Board of 10 members. Secretariat.
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