Public Lecture – Pt 4 – Dr. Rosalyn Tamming – THURSDAY 5th, June, at Malaria Museum.
Public Lecture – Pt 4 – Dr. Rosalyn Tamming, “Plant and pills – weapons in the armoury against malaria.”
We are delighted to host a talk given by Dr. Rosalyn Tamming of CONCERN Worldwide who will discuss “Plants and Pills – weapons in the armoury against malaria”.
Dr. Tamming is the Head of Health Support Unit in Concern Worldwide and has over twelve years of experience working on public health issues in developing countries.
“In Concern Worldwide we work to prevent and treat malaria in a number of ways including bringing treatment closer to communities through community case management, reducing the number of mosquitoes through research into the Lantana Camera plant, and vector control through environmental programmes to reduce breeding sites.”
Dublin’s Pop-up Malaria Museum is open in TMB’s headquarters at the top of Grafton Street, 53. A quirky experiential space, educating visitors with a variety of historical artefacts and interactive art works, continuing to generate awareness about the fight for its eradication. The museum is coming to the end of its run at TMB and will wrap up at the end of June.
All times will be listed on our facebook page.
All are welcome – love to see you there!