The goal of this project is to exchange experience acquired by each centre on the epidemiology (Russia), the pathogens and treatment of food allergies (Switzerland), as well as exchanging clinical skills.
Noma is a disease causing great esthetic and functional sequelae in very young children in developing countries.
Jointly lead epidemiological and clinical research projects on neglected tropical diseases and chronic diseases.
Madeleine Ngandeu, trained in Geneva, manages the department of rheumatology in Yaounde and recently became a professor.
The RAFT is a multilateral network offering long distance support to healthcare professionals isolated in developing countries.
Set up an English-speaking Faculty of Medicine to train locally in a high-level public institution the doctors needed on this independent island of 1.2 million inhabitants, so medical studies will not only be open to students with the financial means to be trained abroad.
Develop a prevention program in schools
Evaluate the Efficiency of a Multimodal Intervention in order to Make the Departments of Family Medicine more Welcoming for Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Randomised Controlled Survey)
2010-2013: Randomized controlled intervention in 60 departments of family medicine in the canton of Zenica.
In the context of a project coordinated by Pr Pugin (intensive care, HUG), this project has the following goals.
Bacterial meningitis is responsible for a high mortality and morbidity in Cameroon, which is why vaccines against S. Pneumoniae, H. Influenza type B and N. Meningitidis sg A, were recently introduced into this country with the help of the GAVI alliance.