The 2021 Virtual PAMCA
Conference & Exhibition

September 20-22, 2021.

About PAMCA Annual Conference & Exhibition

The PAMCA Annual Conference & Exhibition continue to provide a premier platform bringing together diverse actors in the disease control sphere including, public health entomologists, researchers, policy and decision makers and takers, health intervention and implementing agencies, health institutions, academics, NGOs and other actors to engage with the current scientific evidence on, and to share experiences and lessons on arthropod-borne diseases including, malaria, yellow fever, sleeping sickness among others, and to provide the necessary synergy towards control and elimination of arthropod-borne diseases in Africa. The theme of this year’s conference is, “Empowering local institutions to set the agenda for the elimination of vector-borne diseases.”


The 2021 PAMCA Annual Conference & Exhibition is fully Virtual


Monday to Wednesday
20-22 September

Event Speakers

Here are some of our speakers

Keynote Dr. Joseph Agyepong, PhD

Dr. Joseph Agyepong, PhD

Keynote Speaker

Plenary Florence Fouque, PhD

Florence Fouque, PhD

World Health Organization - Plenary speaker

Plenary Keziah Malm, PhD

Keziah Malm, PhD

Programme Manager, National Malaria Control Programme, Ghana Health Service - Plenary speaker

Plenary Audrey Lenhart, PhD MPH

Audrey Lenhart, PhD MPH

Center for Global Health/Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria - Plenary speaker


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Contact Us

Please reach us using the following contact information.


Kenya Medical Research Institute P.O. Box 44455 -00100 Off Mbagathi Road. Nairobi, Kenya

Phone Number

+254 757355491

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