African Regional Network for Microbiology (ARNM)
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1977 Bangkok Thailand
1977, Bangkok (Thailand). The African participants inaugurated the organization at 5th International Conference on Global Impacts of Applied Microbiology (GIAM V) in 1979, Lagos (Nigeria).
Use regional programmes and activities to strengthen national faculties and institutions of microbiology in basic research and spread the benefit of these activities to individual interested scientists in participating countries.
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Coordinating Board, consisting of representatives of various designated points-of-contact (institutions or societies) in participating African countries.
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