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Our Mission is to facilitate the development and implementation of solutions to the
health, economic, and social problems caused by malaria.
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The Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM)
The Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) is an alliance of organisations & individuals
concerned with malaria. It aims to maximise the impact of scientific research against malaria in Africa, by facilitating global collaboration & coordination. The MFI is partner in the MIM.

The Secretariat for the MIM originated with The Wellcome Trust (1997-1999 ); was then held by the
Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health (2000 - 2002); was transferred to the Wenner-Gren Institute, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden (2003 - 2006); and is now held by The African Malaria Network Trust (AMANET), a pan African not for profit organization whose Secretariat is based in Dar es salaam, Tanzania(2006 - 2010).

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MIM CONFERENCES
December 1999 Bethesda, MD, USA Report
March 1999 Durban, South Africa Summary by Dan Okenu
May 1998 Geneva, Switzerland Outline and Objectives
November 1997 London, UK Report
July 1997   The Hague Report
January 1997 Dakar, Senegal Report
July 1995, April 1996 Washington, D.C.

Press Release: 18 November 1999 - A unique study, undertaken as part of the MIM and funded by the Wellcome Trust, includes a unique review of training opportunities provided by international funders for biomedical scientists across the developing world - revealing strengths and weaknesses in current approaches. Read full report.

WHAT IS MIM?
OVERARCHING GOAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
BROAD OBJECTIVES
KEY FEATURES OF MALARIA
OTHER MALARIA INITIATIVES
RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER INITIATIVES
WHY WAS MIM ESTABLISHED?
SPECIFIC IMMEDIATE OBJECTIVES
PROGRESS AND EVOLUTION OF MIM ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS
CAPACITY BUILDING IN AFRICA: TRAINING AND
  ANNUAL MIM AFRICAN MALARIA CONFERENCE
VACCINES AND IMMUNOLOGY
EPIDEMIOLOGY PATHOGENESIS AND CLINICAL   MANAGEMENT
GENOME SEQUENCING OF MALARIAL   PARASITES
INVESTMENT IN MALARIA RESEARCH
PROMOTING INTERACTION BETWEEN THE   RESEARCH AND CONTROL
PUBLICITY AND ADVOCACY
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION
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