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ONE AFRICA, ONE HEALTH, ONE DESTINY

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B3 Africa

B3 Africa

Bridging bio-banking and bio-medical research across Europe and Africa

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5th African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases & Biosecurity

5th African Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases & Biosecurity

Call for Abstracts: Deadline May 30th 2019

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New Biosecurity Laboratory in Lagos, Nigeria

New Biosecurity Laboratory in Lagos, Nigeria

GET is supporting the development process of the Lagos State Biobank

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The Global Emerging Pathogens Treatment Consortium (GET) was established in 2014 as a direct response to the 2014-16 Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa and ongoing outbreaks of Lassa Fever, Meningitis, Multidrug resistance (MDR) enteric fevers and Yellow Fever across the sub region. There was clearly a need to create an African-led multidisciplinary forum of experts capable of working together with international partners to strengthen Africa’s preparedness and resilience in tackling such infectious disease outbreaks caused by emerging pathogens, public health emergencies and pandemics. GET now operates firmly in the African Biosecurity and pandemic preparedness, space and functions as a think tank, providing high level advocacy and operational and necessary expertise to support Countries and communities achieve improved resources to combat outbreaks and other public health emergencies that can threaten stability, peace and security thereby undermining economic growth and well being.