9th PAMCA Annual Conference & Exhibition, September 17-21, 2023


The Pan-African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA) is an African member-based professional body that brings together stakeholders in the field of vectors and vector-borne diseases control including scientists, public health professionals, vector control specialists, affected communities and other stakeholders to work together and adopt best practices for the control and elimination of vector-borne diseases in Africa and worldwide.


News and Events

Brief: In 2015, Tanzania National Malaria Control Programme (NMCP) established a longitudinal malaria vector entomological surveillance (MVES). The MVES is aim...

For this year International Day of Women and Girls in Science, together with our partners at MalariaGEN , we are celebrating the contributions of women in s...

Background The fight against vector-borne diseases (VBDs) in Africa demands ingenuity and resilience in the face of immense complexity. Within this landsc...

Préambule Le contexte de la lutte contre les maladies à transmission vectorielle en Afrique est particulièrement complexe. Dans cet envir...

PAMCA Membership

PAMCA is a membership organization and members constitute part of the governance structure and therefore a very important aspect of the organization. We ensure effective participation of members in our activities.

Members benefit include:

  • Attendance at national meetings
  • Reduced rates for meeting registration
  • Paper presentations at certain PAMCA-organized events
  • Publication in PAMCA journal (once established)
  • Legislative and regulatory advocacy
  • Participation in organisation governance