Highlights
Second phase of the study on controlling Schistosomiasis
2013/03/17

On 18th March 2013, CISA began the second phase of the study on controlling Schistosomiasis in children aged between five and fifteen.

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FCG and CICL representatives visit the CISA Project
2013/02/01

With the objective of evaluating the current state of CISA Project and plan its future, delegations from the Gulbenkian Foundation and the Camões Institute for Cooperation and Language visited Angola.

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Effectiveness of controlling Schistosomiasis, pilot study
2013/01/14

From 10 to 18 December, CISA carried out the "Effectiveness of controlling Schistosomiasis in children aged from 2 to 15 in Bengo Province, Angola" project pilot study in the Cabungo neighbourhood.

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Malaria labo diagnostic course for health professionals
2013/01/07

The CISA Project ran a training course between December 3rd and 5th 2012, open to laboratory technicians from different hospitals in Angola.

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The Ambassador of Portugal to Luanda visits Project CISA
2012/10/31

On October 30th, Dr. João da Câmara, Ambassador of Portugal to Luanda, visited Project CISA on the occasion of his official visit to Bengo Province.

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The Genetic and Biochemical Laboratorial Training Program
2012/10/15

The Genetic and Biochemical Laboratorial Training Program took place at the David Bernardino Paediatric Hospital Molecular Biology Laboratory in Luanda between October 8th and 11th.

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18th International Congress of Tropical Medicine and Malaria
2012/10/08

The CISA Project presented a poster to the 18th International Tropical Medicine and Malaria Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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CISA Project searches Database Manager
2012/10/01

Applications to info@cisacaxito.org until 31 October 2012.

CISA Project Stages Parasitology Course
2012/09/18

Between September 10th and 13th, the CISA Project staged a Parasitology training program for twelve laboratory technicians.

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Article Published in International Journal
2012/09/17

The article entitled "Various pfcrt and pfmdr1 genotypes of Plasmodium falciparum co-circulate with P. malariae, P. ovale sp and P. vivax in northern Angola" was published.

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