Some of the PIIVeC research fellows who have secured positions after their fellowship discuss how their experiences with PIIVeC have contributed to their career growth.
Online virtual GIS training held 9-13 November
PIIVeC held its annual meeting from 21-24 Sept via Zoom
The implementation phase of Tito Melachio's work on tsetse control has begun!
PIIVeC Annual Scientific Meeting held in Yaounde, Cameroon 26-27 Sept 2019
Chikondi Mwendera explores the views of key stakeholders in Malawi on the establishment of an integrated Technical Vector Control Advisory Group
A one week Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS) course was hosted at the College of Medicine, Blantyre Malawi in May 2019. The course was delivered with the support of two LSTM projects, PIIVeC (Partnership for Increasing the Impact of Vector Control) and GIVeS (Geographical Information for Vector Surveillance) and involved 25 participants from a range of Malawian organisations. These included the National Malaria Control Programme, Malaria Alert Centre (MAC), Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme (MLW), College of Medicine among others. The training was conducted by Michelle Stanton from Lancaster University, Tiago Canelas from LSTM and supported by James Chirombo from MLW.