« EACCR2 is an Eastern African-led network established in 2009 and comprises of 23 regional partners from Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, and 5 Northern partners from Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, , and United Kingdom.

It aims to strengthen the capacity to conduct internationally acceptable health research with specific focus on clinical trials on poverty related diseases (HIV, TB, Malaria) and neglected Infectious emerging and re-emerging diseases) in the region. »

EACCR2 Secretariat :
Uganda Virus Research Institute – Entebbe, Uganda
+256 (0) 414322016
info@eaccr.org

Artemisia et lutte contre le Covid19

Plaidoyer pour la mise en œuvre d’essais cliniques de la tisane d’Artemisia dans le cadre de la lutte contre le Covid19

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