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Disease Prevention and Control / Communicable Diseases / Malaria

Photo Gallery: Meeting of National Directors of Epidemiology and Malaria Programs

(San Josť, Costa Rica, 7–10 November 2005)

2005 Malaria Meeting in Costa Rica

Representatives from 21 endemic countries of the Americas attended this major regional meeting, along with representatives from the PAHO Regional Program on Malaria and Communicable Disease Unit and the WHO Roll Back Malaria Global Partnership. Click on thumbnail images below to access them in original size (in JPG).

Delegates and participants
Delegates and participants at the meeting
Carter, Costa Rican officials, Ehrenberg
Dr. Keith Carter, PAHO Regional Advisor on Malaria, hosting officials from the Ministry of Health of Costa Rica, and Dr. John Ehrenberg, Chief of PAHO Communicable Disease Unit
K. Carter and Minister of Health of Costa Rica
Dr. Keith Carter, PAHO Regional Advisor on Malaria, and Minister of Health of Costa Rica
Delacollette, RBM, and focused group
Dr. Charles Delacollette, Coordinator of Roll Back Malaria (RBM), WHO-Geneva, working with delegates in a focused group activity
Plenary Session
Plenary Session

Meeting site   |   PAHO Malaria Page   |   WHO Malaria Page


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