April 21st-27th, 2024
Kigali Convention Centre
Bringing together a diverse community to discuss and address challenges in the fight against malaria.
Listen to renowned experts and thought leaders share their insights on the latest advancements in malaria research and prevention strategies.
Dedicated support available around the clock to assist and guide participants throughout the conference.
Collaborate on a global scale to find comprehensive solutions and strategies to combat malaria and improve public health worldwide.
The Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) Society, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MoH)- Rwanda and the Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC), is hosting the 8th Pan-African Malaria Conference. The conference aims to bring together leading researchers, policy makers, and innovators to deliberate on the status of malaria in Africa, share research findings, and discuss the challenges and efforts of controlling malaria in the continent. The conference will provide a platform to share perspectives that strengthen efforts towards locally driven research and development (R&D) and grassroots mobilization to end malaria through innovations, collaborations, and synergy among stakeholders.
The Pan-African Malaria Conference (PAMC) is a gathering of global experts discussing achievements, research, and innovations in malaria prevention and treatment.
The theme is "Grassroots Mobilization to End Malaria: Invest, Innovate & Integrate," focusing on community-driven efforts, innovation, and research.
MIM2024 is scheduled from April 21st to 27th, 2024, and will be hosted at Kigali Convention Centre in Rwanda.
MIM2024 aims to share experiences, discuss malaria's status, and strengthen efforts for locally-driven research and grassroots mobilization.
Rwanda welcomes you to its capital city, Kigali as it hosts the 8th Pan-African Malaria Conference (PAMC) 2024 to share the latest research findings and experiences about malaria and celebrate the tireless efforts of researchers, health professionals, and policymakers in the fight against malaria. Rwanda, with its unwavering commitment to health equity, stands as a shining example of what can be achieved when communities come together to combat a common adversary.
"Grassroots mobilization is instrumental in the fight against malaria. Only combined and collective effort of individuals and communities can substantially reduce malaria transmission."
Professor Claude Mambo MUVUNYI
Director General, Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC)
"Research and Development (R&D) plays a crucial role in identifying key issues that hinder the fight against malaria in Africa. "
However, it’s equally essential to recognize the significance of grassroots initiatives. These local efforts, often driven by passionate individuals and community organizations, contribute to the overall battle against malaria. By amplifying our R&D endeavors and simultaneously empowering grassroots movements, we can elevate innovative solutions to combat malaria.
Emeritus Professor Rose Gana Fomban Leke
Chair of the MIM Secretariat; Executive Director of the Cameroon Coalition Against Malaria
"The road to malaria elimination is not quick, nor is it easy. But through the sustained commitment and collaboration of affected countries and partners, eliminating malaria is feasible and reachable."
Dr. Daniel Ngamije
Director of the Global Malaria Programme, WHO
"Collaboration in research and technological innovation is key to fighting malaria in Africa. Let’s work together to ensure that grassroots mobilization efforts are complemented with the necessary tools to end malaria in Africa."
Professor Mbacham Fon Wilfred
Executive Director of the MIM Secretariat