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Dear Scientific Colleague,

We are excited to announce our upcoming Virtual Keystone Symposia ePanel, Accelerate to Equal: Engaging Women in Vector Control, highlighting new strategies that leverage women's leadership roles in their communities to overcome barriers to successful vector control.

This live event, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will address:
  • How this unique gender-based perspective provides novel insights into public health efforts
  • Current barriers to women's engagement and strategies to overcome them
  • Broader health and socio-economic benefits to inclusion of women as important players in public health conversations, decisions and programs

Join us to discuss this important issue at the intersection of global health, gender-equity and infectious disease, on Tuesday, October 1st, at 9am EST, with global leaders in public health research from PMI Vector, The Pan Africa Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA) and The Accelerate to Equal Initiative.

Register now (free!) and submit your questions for the panel. If you can't attend live registration also covers on-demand access to the recording as well.
Register For This Virtal Event
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Nick Dua
Sr. Director, Communications

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PS: Consider registering for other upcoming Keystone Symposia on Malaria topics:

The Malaria Endgame:
Innovation in Therapeutics, Vector Control and Public Health Tools

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
October 30th
Malaria endgame slide with speakers
Helminths: New Insights from Immunity to Global Health
Southern Sun Cape, Cape Town, South Africa
December 8th
Malaria endgame slide with speakers

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