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The APMEN Secretariat is pleased to announce that the APMEN Fellowship Program 2014 round is now CLOSED.

The APMEN Fellowship Program was launched on World Malaria Day in April 2010. The aim of the Fellowship Program is to equip the next generation of leaders and health workers from low and middle-income malaria-endemic regions with the tools and training to guide malaria elimination in the critical coming decades. The Fellowship Program is also designed to strengthen the exchanges and lesson sharing among Country Partners and Partner Institutions in the region.

APMEN Fellowships provide capacity building opportunities for short-term field work, professional development and advanced training in issues and techniques that are important to malaria elimination but not customarily available in the recipient’s home country. The skills and knowledge acquired by the Fellow through the program will benefit the National Malaria Control Program of the Fellows’ home country through the sharing of their learning’s and newfound expertise. Fellowships are also aimed to help promote cooperation and exchange of scientific knowledge relating to Malaria elimination between APMEN Country Partners. Fellows are expected to meet a high standard of performance and take independent initiative to engage with the resources available in the site of their Fellowship and with their host mentor.

  •          Up to 5 Fellowships will be awarded each year.
  •          Fellows must be from an APMEN Country Partner and endorsed by their National Malaria Control Program.
  •          Fellowships must be completed within a 1-3 month period.

Applications will close on Monday 2 June, 2014.

If you have any questions in relation to the Fellowship Program, please contact the APMEN Secretariat at apmen@sph.uq.edu.au

Forms

Guidelines for Applications

APMEN Fellowship Program Application Form 2014

APMEN Fellowship Program Endorsement NMCP 2014

APMEN Fellowship Program Home Mentor 2014

APMEN Fellowship Program Host Mentor 2014

 

The APMEN Fellowship Program, launched 25th April 2010 on World Malaria Day, aims to equip the next generation of leaders and health workers from low and middle-income, malaria-endemic regions with the tools and training to guide malaria elimination in the coming critical decades. The Fellowship Program is also structured to strengthen the exchanges and lesson sharing among APMEN Country Partners and Partner Institutions. In 2012 the network agreed to expand this program to include content focused on Thematic Fellowships.

If you have any questions in relation to the APMEN Fellowship Program, please contact the APMEN Secretariat at apmen@sph.uq.edu.au

APMEN is proud to present the past Fellowship Program recipients:

*Please click on the name of each recipient to download their profile in pdf

2013 APMEN Thematic Fellowship Program

2012 APMEN Fellowship Program

2011 APMEN Fellowship Program

2010 APMEN Fellowship Program

  Further information on the 2013-2014 APMEN Fellowship Program Committee representatives can be viewed here

Bangladesh
Bhutan
Cambodia
China
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Indonesia
Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Malaysia
Nepal
Philippines
Republic of Korea
Solomon Islands
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Vanautu
Vietnam