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Through the EDCTP2 Career Development Fellowship support, we have conducted research for the past three years in low and moderate-to-high malaria transmissions settings in Uganda. The study title Predictors of local emergence and spread of Artemisinin resistance among Ugandan Plasmodium falciparum parasites’ investigated potential drivers of artemisinin resistance development in malaria treatment in the country. This was done both in the private and public health facilities in the country.

This workshop is aimed at sharing the findings of the study with the wider malaria community in the country and stimulate discussion towards identifying potential policy directions to help mitigate widespread emergence and spread of artemisinin resistance in the country.

The findings of the study will cover Ugandan Plasmodium falciparum genetic architecture (background), quality of ACTs, Access to quality assured ACTs, Copayment mechanism, test and treat policy in malaria management and experiences of healthcare professionals in private and public health facilities in managing malaria in the country.

You have been identified as a key stakeholder in the fight against malaria in the country and your views during the meeting will help give direction to the efforts to mitigate widespread emergence and spread of artemisinin resistance in the country.

This letter is therefore to invite you to the Dissemination workshop scheduled for 17th May 2024.

Venue: Fairway Hotel, Kampala

Date17th May 2024

Time:  9:00am-2:00pm 

Please confirm your attendance by email: birungijoanah@gmail.com., Tel: +256701925906

EDCTP Programme 2024




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