In 2019 Mesh was three years old! In January 2020 we launched a new refreshed strategic approach which will guide our work for the next three years. This article offers some ...
Networks of Excellence
EDCTP supports networks of research centres that are involved in clinical trials in sub-Saharan Africa. These Networks of Excellence (NoEs) facilitate research collaboration by uniting diverse institutions in the four regions of sub-Saharan Africa.Learn more
Welcome to Tesa
Currently, TESA II, incorporating thirteen institutions from eight Southern African and four European countries, which are predisposed to strengthen clinical research capacities in Southern Africa, as well as to increase North-South South- South networks among member institutions.Learn more
Since 2015 Brazil has experienced the social repercussions of the Zika virus epidemic, thus raising a debate about: difficulties of diagnosis; healthcare access for children with Zika Congenital Syndrome (ZCS); ...
The objective of the study was to assess the prevalence and severity of COVID-19 among pregnant U.S. women and determine whether signs and symptoms differ among pregnant and nonpregnant women. ...
Global Vector Hub, our latest addition to the Network launches with an online workshop: The impact of COVID-19 on global vector control efforts Read more
Based on the Nuffield Council on Bioethics report, this new course explores core ethical issues that arise during research in global health emergencies, and highlights how they sometimes go beyond those covered in traditional research frameworks. Read more
The PREFIT kick-off meeting took place from March 30th to April 3rd. Due to the current situation of the Corona Virus pandemic, the meeting was done via teleconferencing with the participation of project partners namely: Netherlands, Switzerland, Uganda, South Africa, ... Read more
The TESA VII Steering Committee took place on February 20-21, 2020 at Garden Court and Southern Sun Hotel, in Johannesburg. Read more
New pop-up Coronavirus Knowledge Hub, a single-access portal to information with a focus on addressing the unknowns during the coronavirus outbreak, launches on The Global Health Network. Read more
Responding effectively to outbreaks of infectious diseases saves lives. Sharing knowledge, learning, and experience of outbreak response across geographies, diseases, and between researchers and policy makers is essential. Without collaboration, outbreaks risk spreading in size and scale. Read more