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2024 GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON INNOVATIVE MALARIA VECTOR CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES AND GLOBAL HEALTH MARKETS

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The Global Conference on Malaria Vector Control Innovations and International Public Markets was grandly held at the North Campus of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou from March 26 to 28, 2024. Attended by over 200 high-level officials, renowned experts, and CEOs from 80 international organizations, universities, research institutes, companies, and official media, this international conference discussed the latest research, technological advancements, and international market trends in malaria vector control. Key attendees included WHO, the Gates Foundation, CHAI, PATH, IVCC, I2I, FNIH, and universities like Tsinghua, Peking, Sun Yat-sen, and Zhejiang Universities, along with others. The conference, funded by the Gates Foundation and hosted by Sun Yat-sen University's School of Medicine, in collaboration with Tsinghua University's Vanke School of Public Health and CHAI, aimed to promote China's successful strategies, innovative technologies, and products in malaria prevention and control for global application, especially in malaria-affected regions like Africa and Southeast Asia. Over the next two and a half days, the conference featured presentations by numerous renowned international scholars, experts, professors, and corporate executives on the latest research, technological achievements, and market trends in malaria vector control. They summarized China's extensive experience in malaria eradication and its global contributions to malaria prevention and control. The main challenges and significant opportunities in controlling malaria vectors in the new era were highlighted, along with the current status, progress, and international application prospects of innovative technologies and products for global malaria vector control.


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